Alddo Molinar Is Living The American Dream and Advancing The Medical Field

The idealistic American dream includes having a rewarding career, loving family, and a home that you can be proud of. It requires hard work, passion, and dedication. This dream can be attained by many but few seem to actually accomplish it. But this is not the case of the cardiologist, anesthesiologist and critical care medicine expert who made his professional dreams come true. Dr. Alddo Molinar, however, is one of the few who have reached this goal and in the process he is also helping many sick people. Dr. Alddo Molinar is an anesthesiologist and critical care specialist who practices medicine in the Martens Ferry, Ohio area. 

 

He holds practicing privileges at several medical facilities in the area including East Ohio Regional Hospital and Mercy Health in Youngstown, Ohio. The doctor has been practicing medicine for over a decade and is currently the Medical Director of Anesthesiology at the East Ohio Regional Hospital. Alddo Molinar is also the chairman of the board for the hospital’s Department of Anesthesiology. Alddo spent his high school years in preparation for his medical career. He worked hard at school and even volunteered at the local hospital. 

 

Dr. Alddo Molinar

He graduated high school in 1996 and began Trinity University that same year. Alddo earned a Bachelor’s in Science in Biology in 2000 and then entered medical school. While in medical school, he once again excelled and was awarded a scholarship. He was also a member of the United Latin American Medical Students Association (LinkedIn). 

 

Once medical school was completed, he spent a year doing an internship at the Methodist Hospitals of Dallas. The cardiologist Dr. Alddo Molinar then received the prestigious opportunity to do his residency and fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. During his days at the Cleveland Clinic,  he learned invaluable skills for his medical career. Alddo Molinar trained in anesthesiology and critical care for neurological and cardiovascular patients. The clinic is also where Dr. Molinar met the woman that he would marry and have a family with. Today, the lucky couple have three children, two girls and a boy.