About Dr. Thomas Molloy,
Heart Valve Surgeon
Hello! My name is Dr. Thomas Molloy and I am a cardiac surgeon having graduated from Dartmouth Medical School in 1981. To date, I have performed approximately 4,000 cardiac surgeries, of which 2,000 involved heart valve procedures. I regularly perform surgery at hospitals including Adventist Medical Center and Oregon Health Sciences University. Read more...
I believe my greatest strength is innovation. Through clinical experience and mastery of the latest innovations in cardiac surgery I am able to offer my patients the safest and least invasive solution to their cardiac valve problem. As medical director of three cardiac surgical programs over the last 20 years, I have also learned how to design and oversee a cardiac surgery delivery system that results in the best outcomes for patients.
The Northwest Regional Heart Center cares for patients in a dedicated, universal bed cardiac unit. There are no transfers between stages of care as all beds are acuity adjustable. Pre- and post-operative patients are cared for in a unit staffed by cardiac specialty nurses. In addition, a dedicated team of cardiac anesthesiologists, all certified in transesophogeal echocardiography, is available to provide care 24 hours a day 7 days per week.
At The Northwest Regional Heart Center daily multidisciplinary rounds insure that appropriate specialists participate in every patients care. The result is the best outcomes in the region based on mortality, morbidity, length of stay, and valve repair rates.
8 Patient Reviews for
"I would highly recommend Dr. Molloy. He is a good doctor with a great bedside manner."
-- Barbara Wells, heart valve surgery patient
"Very professional in all respects. My life was in his hands! He saved my Life! Thank You"
-- Steve Raglione, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 03/18/2021
-- Nick Fluge, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 12/06/2016
-- John Andrist, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 08/02/2016
-- Ronald Nelson, Aortic Valve, Valve Repair, Mini Sternotomy, 03/08/2015
-- Patrick Donowho, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 07/24/2014
-- Cynthia Thompson, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 06/12/2014
-- Tom Young, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 06/07/2013
-- Barbara Wells, Mitral Valve, Valve Repair, Robotic Surgery, 08/30/2011
My Specialities &
My heart surgery specialties include:
- Minimally invasive and robotic assisted surgery
- Aortic and mitral valve surgery; Complex aortic root surgery
- Minimally invasive atrial fibrillation ablation surgery
In addition, I have research and clinical interests specific to:
- Patient selection for minimally invasive cardiac surgery
- Clinical outcomes from atrial fibrillation surgery
- Program infrastructure development to optimize outcomes in cardiac surgery
Education, Training & Certificates
Dr. Thomas Molloy, heart surgeon, graduated from Dartmouth Medical School in 1981.
He then completed residencies in General and Cardiothoracic surgery at the University of Arizona in 1990.
Dr. Molloy is board certified in Thoracic Surgery. In addition, Doctor Molloy is a member of the Twenty First Century Cardiothoracic Surgery Society, International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, and The Western Thoracic Surgical Society.
Currently, Dr. Thomas Molloy is the Director of Cardiac Surgery and Chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Northwest Regional Heart Center in Portland, Oregon. In addition, Dr. Molloy is the Director of Robotic Cardiac Surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University.
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Page last updated: March 30, 2021