Dr. Alddo Molinar is a board-certified Anesthesiologist with years of experience under his belt. He currently works as an attending anesthesiologist at the East Ohio Regional Hospital and the Ohio Valley Medical Center. Alddo Molinar is the oldest son of Mexican immigrants and was born and raised in Texas. Due to his ability to rapidly learn new skills, his family had high hopes that he would take full advantage of the opportunities in the country. For instance, as a child, Molinar loved taking apart appliances.
After losing both grandparents to Cancer, he realized he wanted to alleviate the sufferings of others, which is why he decided to attend the University of Texas Southwestern’s medical school and complete a residency at the Cleveland Clinic. It was there Alddo Molinar met his wife. The two have since given birth to two daughters and a son, referring to them as his crew. Having attended a Liberal Arts University, Molinar Knows much about subjects unrelated to medicine.
When asked about his career and choices, Molinar had much to offer. He hated seeing his grandmother lose her health from the insidious nature of cancer, and that increased his resolve to become a doctor. He likes to think of the operating room as a busy airport, where schedules and proper medical processes are of the utmost importance. A typical day for Alddo Molinar involves waking up early at 5:15 and seeing hospital patients an hour later. His first surgery can begin as early as 7:00, and he is always available to patients outside of surgery.