In our lives, we have always worked towards ensuring that we achieve in our careers. It has always been with great pride to retire when you have reached your long-term goals and dreams. Dr. Saad Saad, 72 is a retired pediatric surgeon who happened to serve the Saudi Royal in the 1980s. He got the chance quickly simply because he was lucky to have been the only certified pediatric surgeon with the ability to speak both English and Arabic. Dr. Saad Saad used to live with his family at Riyadh for more than four years.
Dr. Saad Saad has achieved a lot of things in his career, but he started very humbly. He was born in Palestine but raised in Kuwait in a family of eight whereby three of them were surgeons while others are great experts in others fields. After his high school, where he performed exemplary well, he joined Cairo University based in Egypt where he earned his medical degree. He was a very brilliant student and was ranked position two. He went for his internship in the United Kingdom and later leaving for the United States of America for career advancement.
Dr. Saad Saad immigrated to the United States over 50 years ago after his internship in England. He did his residency in Pediatric Surgery and also joined the Board-Certified in Pediatric Surgery. That was how Saad was able to start his career in medicine in the United States. While at the practice, he always passed the rigorous exam that is done after the end of every ten years.
- Saad Saad Career History
The prominent Dr. while in Riyadh used to work with the King Faisal Specialist Hospital. He was known for performing all types of surgeries. One of the most significant achievements while working as a pediatric surgery was the story of a baby who suffered from an aneurysm. He saved the life of the baby as well as publishing the procedure he applied to the Scientific journals for others to read. He was always a respected surgeon whose views used to be heard with honor and great respect.
Dr. Saad is a very humble surgeon and serves his patients with equality. He believes all humans are equal and the hospital he worked with treated the Royal Families of Saudi Arabia as well as the poor backgrounds from the Persian Gulf. In his career, he has learned the art of balancing all the poor and believes, and everyone deserves to live a healthy life. Learn more : https://angel.co/saad-saad-2