Dr. Saad Saad always knew that he wanted to be a surgeon from an early age. He knew that he wanted to help children lead the most normal lives as possible. He was born in Palestine and then moved to Kuwait. He then went to the Univesity of Cairo in Egypt and graduated near the top of his class.
The next part of Dr.Saad Sadad’s life saw him travel to England and the move to the United States. He has been in this country for more than forty-five years and performed many pediatric operations. He then became the Surgeon-in-Chief at K Hovnanian Children’s Hospital. He is now a retired man who is enjoying the best of life. In an interview with Ideamensch, Dr. Saad Saad talks about how he brings ideas to life and what makes him stand out in the surgical profession.
One key thing that Dr. Saad Saad says that people need to do to bring a new idea to life is research as much as you can. He says it is the most important part of the process because that is what leads to a result. If the result is positive then the idea can move forward. If it is not then a new idea should take the place of the previous one and the research process can start again.
One thing that Dr. Saad Saad makes sure to do when he worked in the hospital was to stay organized. If he had a surgery to do during the day he would make absolutely sure that he went over the patient’s medical history several times in order to make sure that the procedure is the correct one for the patient. After the procedure is checked and approved he would then make sure to go through the process of the procedure multiple times to makes sure that there is the smallest chance of error. This is how he instills confidence in those who work with him.
A couple of things that Dr. Saad Saad did before he began a procedure is to get a good night’s sleep and eat a proper breakfast before the procedure begins. This way he can stay focused on what he has to do when he is in the operating room.
That is the life of surgeon Saad Saad. His career has been focused on helping kids. That is why he became a surgeon. Learn more: https://www.meridianhealth.com/location/meridian-faculty-pediatric-surgery-eatontown/index.aspx