Dr, Saad was raised in one of the toughest environments one can experience to become such an accomplished Physician. Someone once mentioned that necessity is the mother of invention. Dr. Saad comes from a family of fighters. Having been born in Palestine and raised in Kuwait, hardship, and strife was the second name to everyone in his locality. His family knew the challenges they were facing and worked hard to beat the odds. Indeed, judging from the achievements of Dr. Saad and members of his family, who that came before and after him, they were propelled by the need to survive and they succeeded at it. Dr. Saad is born of a family of eight siblings. Three of his elder brothers are surgeons. Another set of three are engineers and one of them is a teacher. That is not a small feat to achieve in one family. Dr, Saad himself never really thought he would be a physician in the first place. In one of the interviews, he points out that one of the reasons he ended up in the operating rooms is that he didn’t cherish the prospect of working in the hot Kuwait sun that he saw his brothers endure. His mind changed to yearn for a career that would allow him to have an air-con blowing some cool air in his face while working indoors. It then occurred to him that medicine was a good option.
The Background of Dr. Saad Saad
Dr. Saad graduated from Cairo University 47 years ago. He was such a brilliant student that he came second in his group at graduation. He took his internship in London and later moved to the USA. He was certified by the Pediatric Surgery Board of USA after his residency. Dr. Saad has his social side of life covered too. He is married and has four children; two of them are also surgeons. One of them is an ICU nurse and the other a Lawyer. He has two patents. He is also a well-respected personality in the world of surgical procedures because his procedures are used across the globe. He mentions that he was greatly inspired by Dr. H Biemann, who he considers a mentor in the pediatric surgery field.
Dr. Saad’s Views on Surgery and Medical Practice
Dr. Saad thinks that the current education system is restrictive. He observes that the system does not encourage innovation. Dr. Saad says he has always harbored the desire to help children and teenagers resolve their medical problems. He believes that it is through research that solutions to many medical problems can be found. He says that being disciplined and sticking to a plan has helped him to become an effective surgeon. He discourages procrastination at work. Learn more: https://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Saad_Saad.html