Dr. Saad Saad: Becoming a Successful Doctor in America

Dr. Saad Saad is a renowned Palestinian doctor who worked hard to achieve success. During his childhood days, he does not have any idea what course he would take in college. His siblings are encouraging him to become an engineer, but he thought that being an engineer in the Middle East would require working outside when the sun is up, and it would make him sick working in the heat. He decided not to follow what his siblings are telling him and pursued a career in the medical industry instead. His parents gave their full support to his decisions, and he started embarking on his journey to the medical school after he graduated from high school. At first, he had to study in a local university to get his pre-medical degree. Once he finished the course, he traveled to Cairo, Egypt and enrolled at the Cairo University for his medical degree. He focused solely on studying when he was in Egypt, and his friends are saying that he never had time to go out and socialize. He ended up being the second best in his class, and he went back to his homeland to share his experiences with his family.

 

 

After he returned to his family in Kuwait, he had to fly to the United Kingdom where he would be performing his internship, which is a requirement for obtaining the professional license. He served inside a local hospital in England, and after a few months, he graduated from the internship program, and he received his professional license. He happily went back to his family and relayed what his next plans are. He told them that he wanted to live and work in the United States, and his parents told him that he should go to Lebanon and take an examination that would allow him to work and live abroad. Dr. Saad Saad went to Lebanon shortly after receiving the information, and he managed to pass the examinations. He was permitted to live and work in the United States, where he would be spending the rest of his life. Learn more: https://medium.com/@dr1saadsaad

 

 

When he first came to the United States, the thing that he had in mind is how he could improve his skills and expertise in being a doctor. He enrolled himself in a pediatric surgery course and a general surgery course, and he finished the two courses without any problems. He received an official certification, permitting him to perform two surgical procedures to his patients. While in the United States, he also developed two inventions that provide doctors with an easier way to perform surgeries. These inventions are the Catheter with Integral Electromagnetic Location Identification Device and the Methods and Apparatus for Providing Suction and Irrigation in a Rigid Endoscope While Maintaining Visual Contact with a Target Area Through the Endoscope.