Dr. Saad Saad: A Need To Stay Cool

Dr. Saad Saad has had a long, successful career in the medical field as a world-renowned pediatric surgeon. After making a name for himself, he felt that it was time to retire. Dr. Saad was born in Palestine in the late 1940s when the country Israel was founded. This was a particularly troubling time for many citizens of Palestine who ended up being forced out of their homes. At a young age, Dr. Saad’s father was traveling around seeking employment when he and his family were forced to leave their home

 

It was fortunate for Dr. Saad’s family that his father was a skilled petroleum worker. At this time the oil business really took off all over the Middle East and his father was able to bring the family to Kuwait and find work. Dr. Saad would have his father constantly remind him that to be successful in life, he should pursue the most advanced education he could attain.

 

While attending high school, Dr. Assad went out with one of his brothers to a construction site in hopes to earn a little cash. While working, he began to feel sick and lightheaded due to the extreme heat. It wasn’t long before he passed out. After gaining consciousness he realized from that day on that he was not cut out to perform manual work in extreme heat. He also found out that it was the operating room in Kuwait that contained the only source of air conditioning at that time. Dr. Assad pledged from that day he would work to become a surgeon, so he could work in air conditioning and not in the heat.

 

One of the beliefs that Dr. Saad has about life is that if you can achieve something today, don’t wait until tomorrow to achieve it. This belief gave him greater success in life because he ended up becoming great at managing his time. He reasoned that if a good work ethic could bring success, time management while working was needed to reach that success. When he emigrated to the United States, he set out to become a board-certified pediatric surgeon. Due to being fluent in English and Arabic, he eventually became the personal pediatric surgeon for Saudi Arabia’s royal family and he would serve this position till 1989.

 

After serving as a pediatric surgeon in Saudi Arabia, he came back to the United States and began to gather ideas on ways to reduce a patient’s pain and drastically speed up their recovery times. He would go on to make his medical procedures even more efficient and innovative. His desire to excel to improve his medical procedures, as well as his passion for his patients, have enabled him to save the lives of many children in the years he has practiced medicine. Learn more: https://chronicleweek.com/2018/04/dr-saad-saad-medical-missions/

 

End Citizens United: The Uphill Battle Seeking a Constitutional Amendment to Overturn Supreme Court Ruling

Nearly two decades ago, the United States Supreme Court decided by a vote of 5-4 against the Federal Election Commission in the matter of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.

This decision by the Supreme Court sent shockwaves throughout the political landscape, and it produced an organization called End Citizens United. This group would become a major force in the fight against this highly disputed Supreme Court ruling.

This case began as a retort to a film (released by Citizens United) that was biased towards Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential primary. The FEC made an official inquiry regarding the identity of the parties responsible for funding the film. Citizens United then refused to disclose the identities of the financial donors who backed the production costs of the movie.

The FEC determined that Citizens United had violated campaign finance rules. Citizens United sued and a lower court ruled against them. This prompted an appeal that went all the way to the Supreme Court. It would be nearly two years after the release of the so-called “film” when the Supreme Court would make their infamous decision. View the group’s profile on Politifact.com.

End Citizens United (based in Washington D.C.) went into action in 2015, with a group of dedicated people who have an intimate understanding of how the political system works in this country. End Citizens United is on a mission to organize a grassroots campaign in an effort to thwart this decision by whatever means is necessary.

The impact of this ruling basically ends campaign finance accountability, and End Citizens United understands the severity of allowing corporations to have free reign to influence future political campaigns anonymously. That is why End Citizens United is needed to organize – on a nationwide scale – to remind voters of what the repercussions of this ruling will have on the lives of every US citizen.

View: https://www.indeed.com/q-End-Citizens-United-jobs.html

 

 

Brian Torchin: An innovator in healthcare recruitment

According to the American Chiropractic Association, “There are 77,000 chiropractors in the United States who are required to pass a series of four national board exams and be state licensed.” Brian Torchin is one of those chiropractors. He is also the president and CEO of Healthcare Recruitment Counselors (HCRC Staffing).

Medical Training

Chiropractors diagnose and treat spinal misalignments. These injuries are caused by incidents that happen at work or with an active lifestyle. Pain and degenerative illnesses are results of spinal-related issues. These conditions as well as sciatica, neck pain and auto accidents are Torchin’s areas of practice.

Torchin’s interest in the medical field and chiropractic care started when he attended college. He earned a Bachelor’s of Exercise Science from the University of Delaware. He also graduated from New York Chiropractice College with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1995. Read more at phillypurge.com about Brian Torchin

Professional Medical History

Torchin served as the director of medical marketing for Practice Management Inc. for seven years. He led the company’s marketing initiatives by creating new practices and developing results-oriented advertising campaigns.

Previously, Torchin was a physician in private practice. He also managed medical offices in Pennsylvania, Torchin has written 11 articles. including Medical Mindfulness: Beating Physician Burnout, How to Hire the Right Medical Office Manager and When Marketing Your Practice, Do You Do This? He participated in a case study about medical integration for a chiropractic facility.

About Healthcare Recruiting Counselors

HCRC is a contingency-based staffing company that specializes in the placement of healthcare professionals. HCRC is based in Philadelphia but it services 50 states and has 200 global clients.

Brian Torchin’s genuine concern for his clients and progressive thinking has made him an influencer. His services have measurably improved chiropractic care and impacted the lives of his patients.

Read more: https://www.behance.net/briantorchin