Physicians who care for their patients in a “hands-on” capacity, like Primary Care physicians or surgeons, generally go into the practice with a deep feeling for humanity and a deep need to bring healing to people. One of the pediatric surgeons who has made this quality into a personal mission is Dr. Saad Saad.
Recognition For Good Works
Dr. Saad Saad lives and practices in New Jersey, but he also performs medical procedures in Palestine frequently. His work on wounded young people has brought him to the attention of many political leaders, and he has been awarded numerous times for his service to those in need. Dr. Saad Saad’s many awards include the PCRF 2010 Humanitarian Award, and also a special award for service given to him by the heads of The Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Reasons For Service
Dr. Saad Saad has three stated reasons for traveling to Palestine to administer care. The first is that he wants to give aid to those who are unable to afford travel to the US for treatment. By going to the patients in Palestine, the doctor is able to treat several patients at once, while allowing them to receive care without a huge financial burden. Learn more: https://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Saad_Saad.html
His second reason is to share his medical skills with other doctors and medical students. During surgery, the doctor allows students to watch and he also observes other doctors in surgery, and offers help when needed. In this way, he is passing on some of his specific skills to other medical professionals. His third reason is to help the government of Palestine save money on medical services, as patients who travel outside the country for care do add to the economic burden of the state.
There’s no doubt that Dr. Saad Saad is a caring physician who wants to do more for humanity in any way he can. In that way, he is a superb teacher and an example to all who practice medicine throughout the world.