Meet Dr. Thomas Molloy
Thomas Molloy, M.D. joined OHSU from St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma Washington, where he served as chief of cardiothoracic surgery for the Franciscan Health System. Dr. Molloy practices adult cardiac surgery, general thoracic surgery, and vascular surgery limited to aortic and carotid artery procedures. He has performed more robotic heart procedures than any other surgeon in Portland or Seattle. In his role as the medical director of OHSU's robotic cardiac surgery program, he focuses on using the robot for mitral valve repair and replacement, atrial fibrillation ablation, septal defect closure, and cardiac tumor excision.
He lectures regularly on new advances in robotic heart surgery, valvular heart surgery, and atrial fibrillation ablation surgery.
Dr. Molloy graduated from Stanford University and received his medical degree at Dartmouth Medical School. His general surgery and cardiothoracic surgery residencies were served at the University of Arizona and is board certified in Cardio thoracic Surgery. Following his residency he practiced Cardiothoraic Surgery in Portland Oregon with Northwest Surgical Associates and served as the Cardiothoracic Surgery Division Chief for the Legacy Portland Hospitals from 1999 to 2007.