Dr. Saad Saad: Success is What You Work For

Dr. Saad Saad is a retired Pediatric surgeon known for his excellent bedside manner and compassion for his patients. He has over 45 years of experience and is located in Eatontown, New Jersey. Dr. Saad is affiliated with a number of hospitals in the area and has lived most of his career there. He is best known for creating a procedure technique that lowered the number of incisions needed to accomplish the same result. The method is such a success that it has been used in over 2000 surgeries. It lowers the risk of infection, reduces pain, and decreases the amount of time it takes for the patient to recover.

Dr. Saad is a role model example of achieving your goals. Dr. Saad used to be a Jewish Refugee. He and his family were relocated during the time that Israel was being established as a state. His father moved their family to Kuwait as he was able to find work there. Dr. Saad never gave up on his goals. This is lesson number one. Dr. Saad believes that one should never give up on their goals. They should never settle for less than what they want. Of course, that is easier said than done. No one wakes up with the level of success that Dr. Saad has. After high school, he attended medical school. He graduated in the top percentile of his class with honors. He then immigrated to the United States to only accomplish something that was pretty rare for all surgeons. Dr. Saad became the only pediatric surgeon fluent in Arabic and English to achieve board certification by the United States. The designation opened the door to another rare opportunity. Dr. Saad was invited to become the pediatric surgeon for the Royal Saudi Arabia Family. Each accomplishment is gained through hard work which leads us to our next lesson from Dr. Saad. One should never postpone action. Never put off a task for tomorrow that can be done today. Constant effort develops discipline in every area of one’s life. It enhances thinking and self-esteem. These are two unique lessons that will improve the quality of one’s life. Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/saad-saad/

Meet Dr. Saad Saad: As a world-renown pediatric surgeon and innovator who has saved the lives of children who have been affected by the wounds of war.

For a world-renown doctor, Dr. Saad Saad, being a patent holder, genius innovator, and pediatric surgeon has propelled him over the years to a most desired medical practitioner in the U.S., and in the Arab world.


Now retired from his practice as a pediatric surgeon and a physician in New Jersey, Dr. Saad Saad was an inventor and a distinguished person who received many accolades from his peers, patients, and also the head of countries. Dr. Saad Saad has had an impressive work resume during his 40 plus years of doing severe surgeries on the youth: His group was from infants to teens. Dr. Saad Saad has been recognized as a board-certified pediatric surgeon by the prestigious American Board of Surgery.


Dr. Saad Saad’s did many years of surgical and physician’s practice in Eatontown, New Jersey. Dr. Saad Saad has done many pro bono surgeries and had also agreed to do eight medical missions to Jerusalem, which he completed. Over the years, Dr. Saad Saad performed many operations (pro bono) in Palestine as well as the U.S. Some of the children that were brought from Palestine to the U.S. had been suffering from significant wounds due to war. Dr. Saad Saad applied many ingenious methods to these children who had rare issues, and other kids who could not be treated with advanced surgical techniques in specific Arab countries.


I addition to doing pro bono work in Palestine, Jerusalem, and the U.S., Dr. Saad Saad, and his family was asked to live in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Saad Saad was the first pediatric surgeon (board-certified) living in America that was bi-lingual — speaking both Arabic and English. Dr. Saad Saad impressed the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia as well. Dr. Saad Saad was permitted to live in the Saudi Kingdom with his family for more than four years. Saad did medical work and taught his techniques beginning in 1985.


Dr. Saad Saad remarked that staying in Saudi Arabia was a positive life experience for Saad his family. Saad gave lectures concerning surgical techniques and medical knowledge to surgical organizations in Saudi Arabia.


Because of his world-renown pediatric surgical skills and pro bono work, Dr. Saad and his family were able to meet many influential people, worldwide. Some of the countries Dr. Saad Saad visited were Sweden, Denmark, Ghana, Canada and the United Kingdom.


Even though Dr. Saad Saad has done a bulk of his surgical work in the U.S., Dr. Saad Saad earned his degree in medicine in 1971 in Egypt from Cairo University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Saad Saad graduated at the top of his class with honors; he also addressed his class by giving the commencement speech at his graduation. Learn more: https://medium.com/@dr1saadsaad