How Dr. Saad Saad Helps Children Around The World Through Performing Complicated Surgeries

Dr. Saad Saad has been a pediatric surgeon for three decades. He is based in Eatontown, New Jersey and is a graduate of Cairo University Medical Hospital, graduating in 1971. He is board certified as both a pediatric surgeon and as a general surgeon. Dr. Saad Saad has performed many types of surgical procedures such as appendectomies, bronchoscopies, gallbladder removals, hernia and hydrocele repair, acid reflux surgeries, tumor surgeries, and more.

After moving to the United States in the 1980s, Dr. Saad Saad has worked in a number of medical facilities. He is presently at Meridian Pediatric Surgical Associates in Eatontown. Other facilities he has performed surgeries at include Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center. He has also been affiliated with Clara Maass Medical Center. In 2014 he was given two awards for his work. The first of these was the Patients’ Choice Award while the second one was the Compassionate Doctor Recognition. These awards were given for his excellent bedside manner as well as making a very positive impact in the lives of his young patients. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saad-saad-524707159/

As a philanthropist, Dr. Saad Saad has also traveled the world in order to help children. One example of this took place in 2002 when he was contacted by the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF). This organization was established in 1991 in order to help Arab children in need throughout the Middle East. It is a non-political and nonprofit organization. They contacted him because a 15-year-old kid had been shot while in the West Bank and he desperately needed surgery. He had been operated on at an Israeli hospital but the nature of his wounds were too complicated for the surgeons to manage.

After Dr. Saad Saad agreed to perform the surgery this child was flown to New Jersey. When he saw the patient Dr. Saad Saad says that they were in very critical condition. He had burning holes in his stomach and child had great difficulty eating anything. The surgery to save this child took seven hours which involved repairing the injuries he had suffered internally as well as fixing up the stomach holes. The surgery was declared to be a huge success and the child began to recover swiftly after he was out of the operating room.

Another Palestinian child Dr. Saad Saad performed complicated surgery on was a child who was born with her intestines partially outside of her body. For a year and a half Palestinian doctors had tried to help her with little success. She, too, was sent to Dr. Saad Saad by PCRF. The subsequent surgery, which took five hours, resulted in covering up her abdominal area with what he described as a “Fig leaf cover”.

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