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For Dr. Saad Saad using his inventiveness to make a difference in the lives of his patients and the medical world has been a real accomplishment for this retired surgeon.

Dr. Saad Saad, is a retired physician, pediatric surgeon, and inventor who has made a profound impact on the world in many positive ways. Indeed, Dr. Saad Saad has had a stellar career as both a General Surgeon and a Pediatric Surgeon during his 40 plus years in medical practice.


Saad is in a top tier for physicians who practiced in the U.S. Dr. Saad Saad was recognized by the prestigious American Board of Surgery. Dr. Saad Saad is a retired physician who has done the bulk of his medical work as a surgeon in New Jersey after having lived in Saudi Arabia for almost five years. Dr. Saad Saad has brought innovation as one element of medical expertise to the field of medicine.


Over the years, Dr. Saad Saad has been licensed to do medicine in both Iowa and New Jersey. Saad has been connected to a lot of different hospitals and medical centers in New Jersey like the University Medical Center, Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch Campus. For many years, Dr. Saad Saad did his medical practice in Eatontown, New Jersey.


Dr. Saad Sasd’s impressive skills and the ability to speak fluently in both Arabic and English, the Saudi Royal Family, Palestinian leaders, fellow doctors and humanitarian groups have called on Dr. Saad Saad to perform his specialized surgery.


Because of Dr. Saad Saad’s kindness and generosity, he agreed to perform many pro bono surgeries on youth in not only the West Bank and Arab countries but in New Jersey. Many Arab children who were suffering from extreme gun wounds from conflicts in the Middle East were special cases who needed more advanced surgery done at hospitals in New Jersey. Dr. Saad Saad had the skills necessary to perform many complicated operations on these Arab children in the U.S. and save these children’s lives. He agreed to a partnership with the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF).


Saad was initially contacted by the PCRF in 2002 to help. Since then, he has done many humane things by assisting children in from Palestine who had extensive gunshot wounds and needed his expertise to finish the surgery correctly by applying some advanced techniques.


Saad also went to Palestine that was part of eight medical missions. The PCRF asked that Dr. Saad Saad apply his surgical expertise to situations in these countries where his impressive medical skills could help underprivileged families and children. Moreover, many of these children could not afford to have advanced surgery done on them.


During his stay in Arab nations, Dr. Saad decided that he would pass down many advanced surgical skills that he had learned to younger Palestinian surgeons who had chosen to specialize in pediatric surgery. Learn more:

Squaw Valley Handles the Water

In Olympic Valley California on November 8 2016, a report was made to the Placer County Department of health in regards to E. coli and coliform bacteria being present in the drinking water of Squaw Valley’s upper mountain. On Wednesday, November 30, a statement was released regarding the water quality at Squaw Valley upper mountain by Liesl Kenney, a Public Relations Director for Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. There had been an overwhelming abundance of water that flooded the upgraded water system which was installed over the summer at Squaw Valley’s High Camp and Gold Coast, and routine testing found that E. Coli and coliform bacteria were present. Placer County Environmental Health and the Squaw Valley Public Service District were contacted immediately after the issue was found.


Since the report was made, there have been procedures done to ensure that the drinking water at Squaw Valley has been cleared of the bacteria. According to Wesley Nicks, the director of Placer County Environmental Health, three out of the four wells that serve the upper mountain have been showing no E. Coli present and low levels of coliform. At Squaw Valley, the safety of their customers is high priority, and they have been taking the appropriate measures to ensure their safety.


Guests at Squaw Valley’s High Camp and Gold coast are prohibited from drinking the water, and all restaurants are closed. However, the facilities are all open to include top-to-bottom skiing, and free bottled drinking water is provided until the issue is fully resolved. Currently, there have been no health issues reported.