Alexander Paladino is a cardiovascular anesthesiologist who complete his residency in San Antonio Uniformed Services Education Consortium and fellowship in cardiothoracic anesthesia in Vanderbilt University.
Throughout his career, Dr. Paladino has focused on a diverse set of perioperative areas of interests. Early in his medical training, his prescient focus was on the need to improve the quality and timeliness of discharge summaries clarity and accuracy of perioperative hospital handoffs. He has received Advanced Certification in Quality and Safety from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
More recently, he has researched, published on, and spoken about topics in clinical medicine, including echocardiography, aortic dissection, aortic surgery, intraoperative extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, and hereditary angioedema. Dr. Paladino has earned a Testamur of Advanced Perioperative Echocardiography from the National Board of Echocardiography.
Among his many awards and recognition are Most Valued Instructor and the Hospitalist Training Track Scholarship Award from University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Currently, Dr. Paladino supervises anesthetic management for cardiothoracic and non-cardiothoracic procedures at USUHS medical students.