Dr. Rowan Molnar is a reputed medical professional with significant years of experience in anaesthesia at a tertiary referral hospital level in Australia and internationally. He also possesses clinical specialization in tumour surgery, reconstructive surgery, cardiac surgery, orthopaedic surgery, and plastic surgery.
In 2000, he founded St. Vincent’s Simulation Centre and this centre received funding from both private as well as government sources. He appointed highly-qualified staff which included simulation specialist assistants, medical educators, and park task trainers.
He started his professional career at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne as an intern and then as a Junior Resident Medical Officer. After that, he served as an Anaesthetic Registrar at the same hospital. From 2013 to 2014, Dr. Rowan Molnar worked as part of Surgical Support Team and fulfilled a wide range of responsibilities including analgesia and related and anaesthetic services to the patients of the Australian Federal Police.
In addition to this, his duties also included providing outpatient consultations, pre-operative assessments, and he participated in an afterhours on-call roster for services to patients in the Australian Federal Police (AFP). He also participated in development processes and performance appraisals, participated in anaesthetic administrative matters which included rosters, medical reports, technical advice on medical equipment, staff meetings and committee formation, and preparation of tender specifications, and fully supported quality Human Resource Management.
Dr. Rowan Molnar continued to work with St. Vincent’s Simulation Centre as the Director of Medical Education, and he also introduced simulation as the modality of education. He also developed a procedures manual, and authored, and organized regular participation of various instructors in the delivery of courses at external institutes.
He is also associated with many medical societies that include the Australian Medical Association, Society for Education in Anaesthesia, Association for Study of Medical Education, Australian Society of Anaesthetists, Australian Medical Association, American Society of Anaesthesiologists, Australian Institute of Company Directors (AIDC), and Association for Study of Medical Education. Apart from this, he is also a member of Lilydale Flying Club, Tasmanian Aero Club, MENSA, and Harvard Club.
He is author of the book entitled, “Creative Disruption in Medicine & Healthcare.” The purpose of this book is to help medical groups, associations, and physicians gain knowledge and learn a better approach in an ever changing technological world. . Owing to his skill and expertise, he has earned much positive praise among his peers.