Dr. Saad Saad’s Life Lessons – An Interview With Dr. Saad

In a recent interview with accomplished pediatric surgeon Dr. SaadSaad, BLOGWEBPEDIA author Stephen Callahan speaks with Dr. Saad about his successful career in pediatric surgery. Callahan interviews with Dr. Saaad regarding his background, his educational accomplishments, and some of the prominent life lessons that he has kept throughout his life experience.

 

During his childhood, Dr. Saad was forced to emigrate from his home country of Palestine due to the creation of the State of Israel. Eventually, Saad’s father was able to move his family to Kuwait, where he would remain for the rest of his childhood. Saad remembers his father telling him that if he decided to pursue higher levels of education he would earn respect as an individual. Saad now understood that he could do anything he wanted to, but this would require a relentless pursuit of knowledge.

 

Dr. Saad was able to accomplish his goal of becoming a pediatric surgeon, because of a very important principle that he holds dear to him, “Don’t accept anything but the success you seek.” Coming from a very humble background, Dr. Saad realized at a young age that it was ultimately necessary for him to overcome the challenges he faced if he was to ever live a life of comfort and wealth. At one point when he was still in high school, Saad was sent to work a construction job in Kuwait. It was a very hot summer day, and Saad became afflicted with a heat stroke. He eventually learned that the only place in all Kuwait that had air conditioning was an operating room. It was at this point that he made up his mind to become a pediatric surgeon. Since then, this principle became very real to him as he eventually achieved success.

In a recent interview with accomplished pediatric surgeon Dr. SaadSaad, BLOGWEBPEDIA author Stephen Callahan speaks with Dr. Saad about his successful career in pediatric surgery. Callahan interviews with Dr. Saaad regarding his background, his educational accomplishments, and some of the prominent life lessons that he has kept throughout his life experience.

 

During his childhood, Dr. Saad was forced to emigrate from his home country of Palestine due to the creation of the State of Israel. Eventually, Saad’s father was able to move his family to Kuwait, where he would remain for the rest of his childhood. Saad remembers his father telling him that if he decided to pursue higher levels of education he would earn respect as an individual. Saad now understood that he could do anything he wanted to, but this would require a relentless pursuit of knowledge.

 

Dr. Saad was able to accomplish his goal of becoming a pediatric surgeon, because of a very important principle that he holds dear to him, “Don’t accept anything but the success you seek.” Coming from a very humble background, Dr. Saad realized at a young age that it was ultimately necessary for him to overcome the challenges he faced if he was to ever live a life of comfort and wealth. At one point when he was still in high school, Saad was sent to work a construction job in Kuwait. It was a very hot summer day, and Saad became afflicted with a heat stroke. He eventually learned that the only place in all Kuwait that had air conditioning was an operating room. It was at this point that he made up his mind to become a pediatric surgeon. Since then, this principle became very real to him as he eventually achieved success.

 

When Saad eventually emigrated to the United States, he came with the goal of obtaining a certification from U.S. Board for Pediatric Surgery. Indeed as he planned, Saad became the only board-certified pediatric surgeon who was fluent in both Arabic and English. He was later asked to be the pediatric surgeon for children of the Saudi Royal family. Upon returning to America, he continued to practice surgery and went on to affect the lives of over 2,000 children, many of which he saved. Dr. SaadSaad would advise anyone who has goals in life, to become persistent because reaching a goal is not impossible if one insists on it. We alone are in control of our fate, and we must keep our minds set on achieving success, just as Dr. SaadSaad did throughout his own pursuit.

 

Dr. SaadSaad specializes in two forms of surgery, Pediatric, and Thoracic. In his practice, he believes in treating each child as if they were his own, and will only opt for the highest quality care possible.

 

When Saad eventually emigrated to the United States, he came with the goal of obtaining a certification from U.S. Board for Pediatric Surgery. Indeed as he planned, Saad became the only board-certified pediatric surgeon who was fluent in both Arabic and English. He was later asked to be the pediatric surgeon for children of the Saudi Royal family. Upon returning to America, he continued to practice surgery and went on to affect the lives of over 2,000 children, many of which he saved. Dr. SaadSaad would advise anyone who has goals in life, to become persistent because reaching a goal is not impossible if one insists on it. We alone are in control of our fate, and we must keep our minds set on achieving success, just as Dr. SaadSaad did throughout his own pursuit.

 

Dr. SaadSaad specializes in two forms of surgery, Pediatric, and Thoracic. In his practice, he believes in treating each child as if they were his own, and will only opt for the highest quality care possible. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saad-saad-524707159/

 

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