Experienced Anesthesiologist, Dr. Alddo Molinar, and Contributions in the Sector
Dr Alddo Molinar completed his residency in internal medicine at The Cleveland Clinic, where he also completed a fellowship in neurological and cardiovascular intensive care and critical care medicine. He also completed an anesthesiology residency and emergency medicine fellowship at the East Ohio Regional Hospital and a subspecialty residency in neurology and neurosurgical intensive care at the Ohio Valley Medical Center. Alddo Molinar has been an anesthesiologist for 15 years and is currently a board-certified medical doctor and a clinical fellow of neurological and critical care medicine. He has completed internships and fellowships at Johns Hopkins University in anesthesiology, the University of Tennessee in neurology, and the Cleveland Clinic.
Awards and honors
- 2016 North Carolina Medical Society’s Professional of the Year
- In 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2015 Ohio College of Anesthesiologists Best Physician Program for Alddo Molinar´s outstanding career.
- 2015 Outstanding Student Paper Award from the American College of Anesthesiologists
- 2015 Joe Dowd Excellence in Medicine Award
- 2016 Outstanding Scholar Award from the College of Medicine at West Virginia University
Highlights of Dr. Molinar’s career
Dr Alddo Molinar’s teaching career is deeply intertwined with his passion for medicine. Over the years, he has taught medical students and residents at the Cleveland Clinic, the University of Cincinnati, the Texas A&M Medical School, and Ohio State University. In addition, Alddo Molinar has led fellowships in respiratory, critical care, anesthesiology, pain medicine, and facilities like The Ohio State University Medical Center, the Cleveland Clinic, and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. In 2004, Dr. Molinar founded and led the Breathe Easy Program at Ohio State Medical Center.
The Future of Medicine
The true spirit of travel, Dr. Molinar says, is to seek and find what can bring us the greatest joy and to share that experience with others. Like the Sir Walter Raleigh line, “I came to this shore/where, if I could, I would plant my immortal vine,” it is our responsibility to leave a legacy that shapes our society in a way that empowers and inspires. When asked about his role onboard and what traveling physicians can learn from health care travelers, Alddo Molinar responded: It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey, and to me, that’s what’s most important. In medical travel, we usually seek medical education, cultural enrichment, or a chance to spend time with family.