Dr. Saad Saad practices his medical career at New Jersey, Eaton town, a well renewed paediatric surgeon. His dedication has seen him triumph in the medical field bringing out his innovations and expertise. He uses unique skills that have enabled him to perform surgery on a large number of children and also attract the attention of humanitarian groups, other doctors. The Royal Family of Saudi recognizes his medical efforts
Dr. Saad approached the Palestine Children Relief Fund (PCRF) in 2002 with the aim of helping children from Palestine. PCRF was formed in 1991, and it’s a non-profit, non-political organization that addresses the medical needs and problems of Middle East Arab children. The organization requested Dr. Saad to perform surgeries on different children brought by the organization to the United States. One case he handed was of 15 years old from West Bank Palestine who suffered gunshot that was too complicated and needed the expertise of Dr. Saad who indeed confirmed the dire condition of the child. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087
The boy had various gunshot holes in his belly that made it hard for him to east since they were burning his skin. The complicated surgery took seven-hours that included reaping of his internal injuries and patching up of the holes. The operation conducted in 2003, was incredibly successful. Dr. Saad has performed two other surgeries to Palestine children, one child with exposed intestine hanging on the outside while the other a victim of Gaza Strip bomb that hit and paralyzed his legs.
Dr. Saad has accompanied PCRF to Palestine eight times for medical missions that include performing surgeries to children locally. The organization states that Dr.Saad’s skills are unique. The Dr. Mission quest in life is to help the underprivileged children and the poor to get better medical help locally. According to Dr. Saad, his mission vision and reason for frequent trips to Palestine is to teach and pass down useful skills to the young paediatric surgeons in Palestine. He has vast knowledge and skills that will improve the local hospitals and offer safe and successful surgeries to the people. In 2015, Dr. Saad observed and guided a group of surgeons perform the majority of operations that were successful.
Dr. Saad Saad is well affiliated with the different hospital in New Jersey that includes Monmouth Medical Center, Medical Center of Jersey Shore University and the Lind Branch Campus where he is among the top surgeons. He went to Cairo University School where he received his degree in medicine and has vast of experience of 40 years mostly dealing with complex paediatric surgeries. In 2010, he received two awards for his humanitarian services toward Palestine people and a Gold Medal present by Palestine president for his dedication and medical work in the Country.