Kenneth L. Saul, M.D., F.A.A.P
Kenneth Saul received his BA from Northwestern University in 1976 and his MD from Ohio State Medical School in 1979. Specializing in Pediatrics, he did his internship and a residency at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles from 1979-82. Immediately following this program, Dr. Saul was appointed Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the USC College of Medicine.
Dr. Saul moved to the Conejo Valley in 1982 and began his own private practice. Outgrowing his facilities quickly, in 1990 he moved his medical offices to the north end of Thousand Oaks, and founded North Oaks Pediatrics where he remained until 2008. When the office building was sold, Dr. Saul moved to his current location in the brand new building across from the Thousand Oaks Surgical Hospital.
Over the years, Dr. Saul has received recognition for his clinical studies in the areas of newborn Jaundice and bed-wetting. He is often the requested speaker for medical lectures around the country, as well as for local parent groups on a variety of medical topics. During his career, Dr. Saul has also written articles for several prestigious medical journals and authored a monthly column for Family Life Magazine.
Kenneth Saul served as the Director of Pediatric Education at Los Robles Hospital from 1984 until he became Chief of Pediatrics from 1989-1991. He has also served on both the Los Robles Medical Executive Board and the Board of Trustees. In addition, he received the Readers’ Choice Award as the Best Pediatrician in the Conejo Valley for 1996 and 1997, honors coming from both the Daily News and the Thousand Oaks Star, during the two years they offered the award.
Dr. Saul is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is currently on the Board of Directors for the local chapter of the Academy of Pediatrics, serves on the Pediatric Practice Committee, and runs the quarterly Town Hall meetings for local Pediatricians. He also gives numerous lectures on vaccines and other timely medical topics.
He has been married to Julie for over 40 years and has two married daughters; Lauren Fournier, a manager with Lululemon, and Kelly Kelleher, who works for NBC.