Backed by family tradition and led by the next generation
When C. David Molina, MD, founded Molina Healthcare in 1980, the Molina children helped by sweeping the floors, stocking shelves and filing medical records. Today, they run the company that touches over five million members across the country.
J. Mario Molina, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer, has been with Molina Healthcare for over twenty-five years. Also a practiced physician, he is proud to carry on his father’s mission.
“Molina’s mission has always been about putting the patient’s needs first. Everything we do is based on making sure members have access to high-quality care in an environment they can trust.”
John C. Molina, JD, Chief Financial Officer, has worked at Molina Healthcare since day one when his father C. David Molina, MD, opened its first clinic doors to the Long Beach, California community. Today, he oversees all financial activity as well as expansion efforts for the organization.
“As Molina Healthcare continues to grow, we’re able to reach more individuals and families to improve their care and overall health and wellbeing.”
Terry Bayer, JD, MPH, Chief Operating Officer, oversees the operations of Molina Healthcare's nine state health plans, as well as provider payment and information systems. She has over twenty-five years of health care management experience and is dedicated to Molina Healthcare’s mission.
“We work closely with our state partners and providers to ensure we successfully offer our members fully coordinated care to help them stay healthy today and in the years to come.”
Dr. Martha Molina Bernadett, Executive Vice President of Research and Development, is responsible for long-term planning initiatives that enhance the delivery of health care services. She has worked as a physician as well as in leadership roles at Molina Healthcare. She is the president and founder of the The Molina Foundation and the eldest daughter of C. David Molina, MD.
“Our coordinated care approach and range of unique programs and services, such as linguistic interpreter services and transportation shuttles, allow members to receive health care when and how they need it.”