As an inventor, innovator, patent holder, and surgeon, Dr. Saad Saad has had a storied career in his 42 years in practice as both a General Surgeon and a Pediatric Surgeon. And his is very much in a best-in-class tier in terms of medical practitioners. He was a board-certified pediatric surgeon by the American Board of Surgery. Dr. Saad Saad is a retired medical professional who has done quite a bit of his medical work as a surgeon in the state of New Jersey. Dr. Saad Saad has been licensed to practice medicine in the states of New Jersey and Iowa. Dr. Saad Saad is connected to many hospitals in New Jersey like the University Medical Center and the Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch Campus.
Over his 40 plus year career as a physician, Dr. Saad Saad received many accolades as well as awards for his high quality of work and his treatment of his patients. The awards that he received were an attestation to his quality of work as a surgeon. Dr. Saad Saad also received recognition for his innovativeness and inventions. He is also known for his development of patents — two of them directly related to medical devices like catheters. Dr. Saad Saad’s has done impressive research and work in areas that involve medical operations and important plans of action regarding medical procedures. For his prestigious medical work, in 2014, Dr. Saad Saad received the Compassionate Doctor Recognition and the Patients’ Choice Award.
The Patients’ Choice Award acknowledges those medical practitioners who have made a real difference in the lives of his or her patients. Those physicians who have a near-perfect score based on their patients’ opinions are also a big part of the criteria for earning this award. The Compassionate Doctor certification is given to those physicians who tend to their patients with uttermost kindness. This certification also takes into account their overall attitude and bedside manner for their patients.
Born in Palestine, but raised in the country of Kuwait, Dr. Saad Saad stated that he chose to become a surgeon instead of dealing with the intense heat of Kuwaiti summers as an engineer like his siblings had to do because of their career choices. Dr. Saad Saad also chose to be a surgeon because he liked the air-conditioning environment.
Dr. Saad Saad received his medical degree in 1971 from Cairo University’s School of Medicine in Egypt. He graduated tops in his class and gave the commencement speech at his graduation.
When asked how he stayed productive and was able to turn ideas into tangible objects, Dr. Saad Saad stated that organization is the key to his productivity and that productivity helps him to complete assignments. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/drsaadsaad12