Dr. Saad Reveals Great Lessons He Learned From Mentor
Dr. Saad Saad is a doctor who is well known for his work in the pediatric medical field. He has created a number of inventions to help heal people and has come up with ways to make surgeries on children less intrusive and painful and more affordable.
Dr. Saad Saad was born in Palestine and grew up in Kuwait, where his father relocated the family so that he can work in the oil industry over there. While he was there, he decided to become a pediatric surgeon. Two of his siblings are also surgeons. Two other siblings hold a Ph.D., and two other siblings hold Master’s Degrees. All together, Dr. Saad has seven siblings.
Dr. Saad moved to the United States, where he became board certified in pediatric surgery. At the time, he was the only board certified pediatric surgeon in the United States who was fluent in Arabic.
In an interview, Dr. Saad Saad was asked what made him become a pediatric surgeon. He answered that at first, he thought that he would go into the oil industry as an engineer, just like two of his brothers had. However, after working for a few summers in the hot oil fields in Kuwait, where the temperature during the summer can easily exceed one hundred and ten degrees, he decided that he wanted to work in a profession where he could be indoors in a room that has air conditioning. At that time, only hospitals had such rooms, so he decided to become a pediatric surgeon. Once he made that decision, he never backed down and kept to his decision.
Dr. Saad said that the greatest lesson he learned from his mentor, who was one of the greatest pediatric surgeons in the United States, was that you should always be kind and caring and that you should always treat all children the same way. You should never discriminate against any child based on their religion or their ethnicity, but rather, you should treat them all with loving kindness. In fact, Dr. Saad did a total of eight missions to Jerusalem in order to give free surgeries to kids from poor families who would otherwise not be able to afford surgeries.
Dr. Saad says that research is so important. He continued to stress how research brings results, and that research is the only way that he brings ideas to life. He said that he is excited about the medical trend where genetics are playing a large role in our ability to understand and treat cancer and a wide range of other diseases. He also said that it is important to be very organized. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087