April 16, 2018 · Uncategorized

Dr. Saad is an accomplished pediatric surgeon. He is known for his humanitarian work. He has received three humanitarian awards over the years. He has performed many successful surgeries over his 40-year career. The pediatrician is based out of Eatontown, New Jersey.


Dr. Saad has been performing surgeries for many decades. His experience and accomplishments are recognized by his peers. Even the Saudi Royal Family has taken notice. He has received 3 awards for his humanitarian work. Two awarded by the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF), and one by the Governor of Ramallah who is with the Ministry of Health.


His humanitarian work started in 2002 with a young boy who had suffered a gunshot wound in the West Bank. The child’s life had been saved by the doctors at a local Israeli hospital. However, his injuries were complicated, and he needed further attention. The PCRF contacted Dr. Saad and asked him if he would help the patient. Dr. Saad did not hesitate. The PCRF flew the young patient to the United States. Dr. Saad performed surgery, repairing his intestines and the hole in his stomach. The surgery was a success.


In 2010, Dr. Saad performed another surgery on a young girl from the West Bank. The baby girl was born with her intestines on the outside of her body. The local doctors in Palestine tried to help but needed further assistance. The young girl, just under two years old now, was flown out to Dr. Saad in the United States for surgery. The surgery took over five hours and was successful. Learn more: https://about.me/ssaad/getstarted


Moving onto 2013, PCRF once again approached Dr. Saad. Another child needed help. A young boy from the Gaza Strip had been hit by a bomb which had paralyzed one of his legs. He had been an avid soccer player but was now confined to a wheelchair. The boy needed qualified medical attention. Dr. Saad used his influence and connections to help the boy and his family to find the help they needed. The child, with the help of Dr. Saad, received a nerve transplant in the U.S. and was able to go on to use his leg again.


After Dr. Saad had performed surgery on the boy in 2003, the PCRF asked if the good doctor would travel to Palestine to perform other surgeries. Dr. Saad agreed and proceeded to Palestine in 2008. He had a mission, and he wanted to be there to assist the poor and underprivileged. He has made many more trips to help children who could benefit from his expertise.


Dr. Saad is an accomplished pediatric surgeon and a recognized humanitarian. His mission is to help the poor and underprivileged children. He has over 40 years of experience in his field and is admired by his peers.

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