Dr. Alddo Molinar is one of the most trusted Anesthesiologists globally due to his professionalism. He is experienced in his craft considering his many years in service working in several top positions such as:
- Medical Director of Anesthesia EAST OHIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL
- Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at EAST OHIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL
- President of Molinar Anesthesia Consultants LLC (founded Nov 2020).
Dr. Alddo Molinar’s passion for becoming a doctor started from an early age, roughly at 5. He admits having drawn inspiration for the profession following his grandmother’s succumbing to pancreatic cancer. Later, he volunteered at the Rio Grande Health Clinic in El Paso, Texas. It was an excellent opportunity for him to serve his community and, at the same time, learn more about his profession as an specialized anesthesiologist. Alddo Molinar has always been a determined and open-minded person, taking all opportunities to grow his skills through training and understanding patients better by taking extra time with them. Alddo is excited about how the field of medicine is openly and quickly embracing technology to ensure the best patient outcomes.
These advancements include microcontrollers and sensors, which have become common nowadays. Dr. Alddo Molinar puts the interests of his patients first by ensuring that they experience less pain before, during, and after the surgical procedures. He is also focused on delivering life-saving care to patients in the critical stages of their illness (F6s).
Most of them get support in intensive care units, and the doctor helps them access life and organ support. He has conducted many life-saving procedures in his career and succeeded in most of them, making him stand out. Dr. Alddo is passionate about what he does and continues working towards self-improvement. He has severally talked about the essence of record-keeping in medicine, outlining it as an essential part of his profession. Alddo Molinar explains that records enable doctors to know the last time they saw their patients. They are also a way of communicating plans and thoughts to the other team members.