Born in Texas to Mexican immigrant parents, his technical aptitude and passion for helping others led Alddo Molinar into the medical field. He finished his M.D. in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. During their residencies, Alddo Molinar met his wife, and the two were eventually married with three children. Since graduating in 2005, he has accumulated 16 years of medical experience. Molinar now works at East Ohio Regional Hospital as the Department of Anesthesiology’s Chairman and Medical Director of Anesthesia.
His office location is 90 North 4th Street Martins Ferry, Ohio 43935. He is also the 2020 founder and president of Molinar Anesthesia Consultants LLC. Based on a 2014 aggregate report, he has directed 394 out of 449 of his provided services to Medicare patients over 65 years old. 217 of the elderly were women, and 177 were men. He has received three 5-star reviews from self-verified patients on the Vitals.com website. One person described Alddo Molinar to be courteous and friendly while another appreciated his bedside manner. Although surgeons often take the front stage in public health, anesthesiologists like Molinar work covertly to ensure patients experience maximum safety and comfort under anesthetics. Never idle, he navigates between operating and recovery rooms while also checking up on those in need at pre-admission clinics and intensive care units.
He must maintain constant communication between other medical professionals and patients throughout the facility. Molinar enjoys combining his mechanical and programming expertise with his use of medical equipment. He is responsible for further integrating medical records through streamlining the digital software. His contribution made it possible for hospitals and clinics to retrieve patient information more quickly and efficiently. Dr. Alddo Molinar envisions using artificial intelligence coupled with advanced monitoring to predict vital complications before they arise. He thinks such technology can also help doctors diagnose patients and provide otherwise impossible treatment, and he hopes to be at the frontline of many medical developments to come.