St. David's HealthCare

St. David's HealthCare is one of the largest health systems in Texas and Austin's third-
largest private employer, with more than 60 sites throughout Central Texas, including
seven hospitals, four urgent care centers, four ambulatory surgery centers, and two
freestanding emergency departments, with a third set to open in Bastrop this summer.

St. David's HealthCare has a long history of serving the residents of Central Texas
with exceptional medical care. Our 7,500 employees touch over 858,000 lives each
year with a spirit of warmth, friendliness and personal pride.

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Albert C. Molnar, MD

Dr. Molnar

Albert Molnar, MD, is board certified by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. He received his medical degree from Ohio State University followed by an internship at Brook Army Medical Center in San Antonio. Dr. Molnar completed a residency in Physical Medicine at Letterman Army in San Francisco, where he served as Assistant Chief Resident.

Currently, Dr. Molnar has a private practice in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine (fitness wellness) and Electrodiagnosis. From 1969 through 1995, Dr. Molnar enjoyed a distinguished and decorated military career in the United States Army. From 1990 to 1995, he served as III Corps Surgeon and Medical Advisor in Fort Hood, Texas. Prior to that appointment, Dr. Molnar was Commander at the Pentagon Army Health Clinic in Washington, D.C. and served on the faculty of the National Defense University, also in Washington, D.C. Previous service includes Commander at the United States Army Hospital in Fort Dix, New Jersey, Deputy Commander in the United States Army Hospital in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and 3rd Infantry Division Surgeon and Medical Advisor to the Commander in Wurzburg, Germany.

Dr. Molnar’s numerous military honors include the Army Legion of Merit, Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army National Defense Service Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Expert Field Medical Badge, Parachute Badge and Order of Military Medical Merit. Dr. Molnar has written many professional papers, which have appeared in respected medical journals. His work covers a wide range of topics including “Al Eskan Disease: Desert Storm Pneumonitis” and “Lipoprotein-LIPID Profiles and Treadmill Exercise Test Performance of Senior Military Officers.” Dr. Molnar received his bachelor’s degree from Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.


Executive Development Program , 1992
Texas A& M University
College Station, TX

Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1988-1989
Washington, DC

Command and General Staff College, 1978-1979
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

Army Medical Department Advance Course, 1975-1976
Fort Sam Houston
San Antonio, Texas

Doctor of Medicine, 1969
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

Bachelor of Arts, 1965
Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio

Clinical Appointments:

Present Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Sports Medicine (Fitness Wellness) Electrodiagnosis

1990-1995 III Corps Surgeon Medical Advisor Fort Hood, Texas

1990 Commander, Pentagon Army Health Clinic Pentagon Washington, DC

1988-1990 Faculty, National Defense University Student, Industrial College of the Armed Forces Washington, DC

1985-1988 Commander, United States Army Hospital Fort Dix, New Jersey

1982-1985 Deputy Commander, United States Army Hospital Fort Jackson, South Carolina

1979-1982 3rd Infantry (MARNE) Division Surgeon Medical Advisor to Commander Wurzburg, Federal Republic of Germany

1978-1979 Student, Med level Military School

Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

1978 Patient Care, Physical Medicine

United States Army Medical Department Activity

Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

1976-1978 Medical Advisor Commander, 543rd Dispensary

19th Support Command Surgeon

Republic of Korea

1973-1975 Assistant Chief, Physical Medicine Letterman Army

San Francisco, CA 1970-1973 Resident, Physical Medicine

Letterman Army San Francisco, CA

1969-1970 Intern

Brook Army Medical Center

Fort Sam Houston

San Antonio, TX


Diplomat American Academy of physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Diplomat American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine

Honors and Awards

Army, Legion of Merit

Army, National Defense Service Ribbon

Commendation Medal

Army Achievement Medal

Meritorious Service Medal

Army Service Ribbon

Overseas Service Ribbon

Expert Field Medical Badge

Parachute Badge

Order of Military Medical Merit

Professional Organizations:

American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine,

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

American Association of Electromyography & Electrodiagnosis

Federal Health Care Executives


Al Eskan Disease: Desert Storm Pneumonitis. Korenyi-Both, Molnar Fidelus Gort, Military Medicine, Vol. 157, September 1992

Lipoprotein-LIPID Profiles and Treadmill Exercise Test Performance of Senior Military Officers. Kokkinos et al. Abstract presented October, 1989

Heart Disease in Basic Trainees with Chest Pain. Cowitz et al.

American College of Cardiology, March 1986

Mitral Polapse in Basic Trainees with Exercise Syncope and Chest Pain. Cowitz et al. The American Heart Association 58th Scientific Session, November 1985


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