César R. Molina, M.D., FACC
Cardiologist & Internal Medicine Specialist located in Mountain View, CA
Conveniently located just off of Interstate 85 in Mountain View, California, César R. Molina, M.D., FACC offers expert cardiovascular care to patients in greater Santa Clara County. Whether patients need active or preventive treatment, Dr. Molina provides compassionate and attentive care for patients of all circumstances.
Since earning his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine and completing his internal medicine residency and interventional cardiology fellowship at Stanford University, Dr. Molina has committed decades of his career to furthering the best practices of cardiovascular care. His many years of service have reinforced his beliefs that preventive care is one of the best ways of promoting cardiovascular health.
To provide the utmost level of care to his patients, Dr. Molina takes the time to listen to each patient’s individual circumstances and concerns. Instead of simply diagnosing a patient and telling them what to do, Dr. Molina invites the patient to take a greater role in their health and recovery, educating patients on how they can best stay healthy.
At his office, Dr. Molina performs a variety of important cardiovascular procedures, including outpatient cardiac and vascular ultrasounds, holters and event monitors, pacemaker checks and nuclear stress tests. At his affiliated care location of El Camino Hospital, Dr. Molina also performs inpatient and outpatient tests and surgeries.
In his spare time, Dr. Molina continues to stress the importance of diet, exercise, and a stress free life for cardiovascular health, appearing on television and other media channels to advocate for healthy heart living.
"Dr. Molina is very friendly. At my first appointment, he really took time to listen to me and did thorough Q&As before he decided the next step."
"Dr. Molina's explanations were thorough and I received information that was enlightening. He is personable as well as professional. I came away with hope."