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Dr. Shafik Sachedina is taking Healthcare to a new Level

Dr. Shafik Sachedina is a dental surgeon, as well as an entrepreneur with an interest in the healthcare field. His medical training was acquired from Guy’s Hospital Medical and Dental School and the University of London. He established a dental practice in England, as well as working with the Aga Khan and Jamati Institutions. His work with the Aga Khan and the Institutions is on a voluntary basis and one that he undertakes happily.

Dr. Sachedina also provides services for the Ismaili Imamat and includes being a member of the Aga Khan Development Network, the Chair of the Humanitarian Assistance International and the Ismaili International Leaders Forum. In the past, Dr. Shafik Sachedina has been of voluntary service as President of the Ismaili Council for the U.K. (United Kingdom). He is also the Joint Chair, as well as owner of Sussex Health Care.

The Healthcare service is made up of a group of care homes, independently owned, in West Sussex. The group’s focus is on care for the elderly, specifically those with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. The care facilities are staffed with specialists who are experienced in the care of those with neurological disorders. They are also trained to care and assist those with learning disabilities and injuries to the brain. Sussex Healthcare has been in business for more than 30 years and has provided care for more than 290,000 people.

Dr. Shafik Sachedina has provided extraordinary leadership in his quest for better healthcare services and inspired the Healthcare group to open a new outreach/daycare services for the Village of Broadbridge Health. The services offered include outreach placement services for those with brain damage and a variety of neurological conditions, as well as outreach services and respite and residential care.

Dr. Shafik Sachedina and his team are also taking the challenges that come with autism and are developing services for those with autism, as well as those individuals from the younger generation that are leaving school.

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A Look At Some Of Dr. Jennifer Walden’s Reviews

Jennifer Walden, MD, is a plastic surgeon who has a clinic in the greater Austin area. Her business is called The Medspa at Walden Cosmetic and Laser Center. Among the servies she offers at her clinic are lip treatments, hand treatments, skin extractions, body treatments, anti-aging treatments, facial treatments, and eyebrow services.

She is board certified as a plastic surgeon and has won a number of awards. This includes winning the Patients’ Choice Award in 2008, 2009, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. She has also won the Compassionate Doctor Recognition for the past four years the On-Time Doctor Award for the past four years as well. She has also been recognized by Castle Connolly as one of Austin’s top doctors.

Dr. Jennifer Walden has been reviewed positively by her former patients online, including on On this website almost 70% of her prior patients gave her a five star rating and about 22% gave her four stars. One reviewer had a tummy tuck and said that she felt Dr. Jennifer Walden was very friendly and informative about this type of procedure. Another patient had a breast augmentation procedure done. She wrote that the office was beautiful and she felt very comfortable. She said she was fully educated about this type of procedure and what she could expect in the days and weeks after it had been performed.

Another patient had come into Dr. Jennifer Walden’s offices in order to have a BOTOX Cosmetic procedure performed on her. She says that Dr. Walden was very knowledgeable about this type of procedure and was quite thorough in her explanation about it. This patient was very satisfied with the results and was planning more appointments at Dr. Walden’s clinic in the future. She said the result looked very natural and surpassed her expectations.

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Dr. Saad Saad: A Special Sort Of Mining

Dr. Saad Saad is a renowned Pediatric Surgeon who recently retired after forty seven years of faithful service. He was born in Palestine, raised in Kuwait and completed his medical studies abroad. He graduated magna cum laude from Cairo University in Egypt. He finished his internship in London, England and then relocated to the USA. He explains how his family did not have financial wealth so he and his 7 siblings all studied diligently to earn scholarships for their education. Their plan worked. All of them became professional contributors to society, 3 surgeons, 2 Ph.D.s and 2 Masters in Engineering and 1 teacher. Similarly, as far as respect for education and making one’s own way, Dr. Saad Saad’s 4 children succeeded in garnering stable careers as well, 2 surgeons, 1 nurse specializing in ICU care and 1 esquire.


Dr. Saad Saad states that he learned one of his most valuable lessons from a surgical mentor in South Carolina. He taught him the bedside manner to treat all patients with the same patience, concern and thoughts toward resolution and healing regardless of the child’s race, socioeconomic status, creed, etc. The way he capsulized that advice was to remember and focus on the fact that every person has the same internal organs aiming to provide the same biological function.


Dr. Saad Saad holds up his plaque full of evidence of successful treatments and surgeries containing a display of the many foreign objects he’s removed from children who have somehow swallowed them or inserted them into their bodies through an orifice. He reports that the most common objects were coins and peanuts. Other noteworthy objects included the seemingly innocent hotdog and the not so innocent double AA or triple AAA battery. From decades of treating children suffering from obscured tracheae, esophagi, ailing stomachs and other parts, he amassed some key parenting tips. For instance, he warns parents ‘never’ to take their eyes off of 2 year old toddlers or any child under the age of 7 years or so who’s playing with battery operated electronics. He also cautions against feeding hotdogs to children 2 years old or younger, ditto regarding peanuts and popcorn to those 7 years old and younger.


Dr. Saad Saad shares how critical it is to get the misappropriated object or food item immediately dislodged. He warns against using one’s finger because that could cause it to travel farther into the child’s body cavity. He advises using the Heimlich Maneuver or turning the child upside down and patting their back. If the item still does not exit, immediately obtain emergency assistance. Sometimes getting it out is tricky and requires surgical expertise.


Dr. Saad Saad has developed and patented two innovative products designed to more thorough, immediate znd safely remove objects stuck in the human body. One allows the physician to more clearly see inside of the body by keeping moisture away from the camera lens of the inserted endoscopic device. The other facilitates locating a beloosed catheter that’s floating inside of the body cavity. Dr. Saad Saad has kept alive many children and delivered them from too much adventure. During his illustrious career he served as surgical specialist to the Royal Saudi Family and ultimately retired from the K Hovnanian Children’s Hospital located in Hackensack, New Jersey where he served as CoMedical Director and Surgeon In Chief. Learn more: