Mark S. Molitor, MD

Pediatric Surgeon

Dr. Molitor is a native of Arizona. He grew up in the West Valley, attended Brophy College Preparatory, and attended The University of Arizona to complete his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry.

He graduated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in 2002. Dr. Molitor completed his surgical residency at the University of Arizona. During residency, he took a two year leave of absence to complete a surgical research fellowship in tumor immunology at the University of Michigan. After completion of residency, he completed an additional fellowship in Surgical Critical Care and Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) at the University of Michigan.

Following completion of his critical care training, Dr. Molitor completed his fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at the University of Utah and Primary Children’s Medical Center.

Dr. Molitor is a Fellow with the American College of Surgeons and is board certified in Pediatric Surgery, General Surgery, and Critical Care Surgery by the American Board of Surgery. He is the Director of the ECMO Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and his medical interests include childhood tumors, ano-rectal malformations, chest wall disorders, thoracic lesions, and the full scope of pediatric surgery. He enjoys training other surgeons, physicians from other specialties, and medical students.

Dr. Molitor and his wife have 4 children and live in the Phoenix Area. The family enjoys outdoor activities: running, hiking, and swimming, and participating in his kids extra-curricular activities. Dr. Molitor particularly enjoys foreign travel and cooking; especially Italian and Mexican food. Dr. Molitor speaks Spanish.

Dr. Molitor joined Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix in the Summer of 2013.

The University of Arizona

Medical School:
The University of Arizona College of Medicine

General Surgery:
The University of Arizona Affiliated Hospitals

Critical Care Fellowship:
The University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital

Pediatric Surgery Fellowship:
The University of Utah and Primary Children’s Medical Center

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