Molly Douglas, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Molly Douglas, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

 

Molly Douglas, MD, is a clinical assistant professor in the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, Burns, and Emergency Surgery with the University of Arizona Department of Surgery.

Dr. Douglas earned her undergraduate degree in engineering, followed by her medical degree from Tufts University. She completed residency in general surgery at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine, and was fellowship-trained in surgical critical care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. She is board-certified in general surgery and surgical critical care.

At Banner University Medical Center – Tucson, Dr. Douglas serves as the trauma division liaison with the trauma floor nursing leadership. She is active in outreach, including teaching Stop the Bleed, Advanced Trauma Life Support, and Fundamentals of Critical Care Support. 

Dr. Douglas’ clinical interests include trauma resuscitation, general surgery emergencies, nutrition in critical illness, and family communication in the ICU. Her primary research interests are in systems improvement and multidisciplinary collaborations to grow machine learning for healthcare.

Degrees
  • MD: Tufts University of Medicine, 2013
Residency
  • Tufts University Maine Medical Center, General Surgery, 2014-2018
Internship
  • Tufts University Maine Medical Center, General Surgery, 2013-2014
Fellowship
  • Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Critical Care Surgery, 2018-2019
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Surgery - General Surgery - 2019
  • American Board of Surgery - Surgical Critical Care - 2019