Dr. Alddo Molinar, a Youngstown anesthesiologist and critical care expert, works at Martins Ferry and is affiliated with Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Hospital. Dr. Alddo pursued a BS in Biology from Trinity University before joining the University of Texas for a medical degree. Currently, he has worked for more than 12 years in critical care medicine and anesthesiology. Dr. Alddo holds membership in the American Medical Association, American Anesthesiologists Society, and the American Critical Care Medicine College. He is certified by the OH State, WV State, and American Board of Anesthesiology. Dr. Alddo has authored the 2014 Thrombosis Journal.
Dr. Alddo Molinar has a passion for technology, reading, and entrepreneurship. He is from a Mexican immigrant family, hence the first US citizen in his family. Being the oldest and the first US citizen in the family meant that Dr. Alddo had to work hard and smart to create more avenues for his family members. Since his childhood, it was evident that the boy would have a bright future due to his capability and creativity. He picked new skills faster than the peers of his age. Alddo Molinar would even do challenging tasks such as disassembling and reassembling appliances, which would later function. However, his natural aptitude changed to medicine after he lost his grandmother and grandfather to cancer. He now had a new objective and life resolution, that is, to ease patients’ pain and prolong their life. Dr. Alddo Molinar receives recognition as a top medical practitioner for his exceptional services and rapport with patients.
According to Dr. Alddo, the value he gained while growing has led to his success today. Dr. Alddo’s daily routine is always busy as a bee-hive. He equates his role as an anesthesiologist to the same as a pilot’s role in the operating theatre. Planning occurs before the operation, including activities such as sterilizing equipment. Dr. Alddo typically wakes up around 5 am and by 6:15 am, he is attending to his first patient. The first operation starts at 7 am (Crunchbase).
Specialized anesthesiologist treats numerous patients simultaneously, some in the operating room, recovery room, pre-admission clinic, and intensive care unit. Teamwork at his place of work has enabled him to achieve more. Dr. Alddo breaks for ten o’clock coffee, which allows him to reflect on the progress he has had in the morning and plan on accomplishments of the day. Dr. Alddo Molinar is married and has three children, two girls, and a boy. He attended the residency program at Cleveland Clinic, together with his wife. His wife has played a vital role in his career and social life. Necessity has always made him develop new ideas and bring them to reality. He records all new ideas, and he later invites his teammates for a brainstorming session. The most exciting event in his career is the application of technology in medicine. Though technology can’t replace doctors’ roles in the operating room, the adoption of Artificial Intelligence will ease their work as it will monitor patients’ progress and even diagnose them.