Gastroenterologist in Folsom, CA

The brief descriptions below are designed to familiarize you with our staff's training, professional credentials and work experience.

Mark Redor, MD

Dr. Mark Redor earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Davis. He received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tennessee, and returned to his home state to complete his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Kaiser Foundation Hospital in San Francisco. He subsequently worked as an Emergency Department physician at Kaiser for three more years and went back into training and completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology at the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Raised in San Francisco and fluent in French, Dr. Redor is married and has three children. In his spare time, he enjoys snow skiing, wakeboarding, mountain biking, yoga and golf.

Alexander H. Low, MD

Dr. Alexander Low was born and raised in Northern California. Wanting to experience a unique region of our great nation, he accepted a full academic scholarship to Boston University in Massachusetts, majoring in biology. He graduated magna cum laude and continued his education at the Boston University of Medicine, again on full scholarship.

After earning his medical degree in 1992, he returned to Northern California where he completed residency training in internal medicine and then a three-year gastroenterology fellowship at the University of California, Davis Medical Center. Dr. Low looks forward to assisting you in achieving and maintaining good digestive health.

R. Erick Pecha, MD

Dr. Erick Pecha attended the University of Tennessee medical school on full scholarship after securing the Dean’s Medal in Arts and Sciences from the University of San Francisco while completing biochemistry and “Great Books” degrees. Inducted into the medical school honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha, he completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in gastroenterology at the University of California, Davis in Sacramento. He has published original research on giant ulcers, suture complications, and authored a book chapter on abdominal pain.

He is married, has six children, and enjoys movies, woodworking, non-fiction books and Shakespeare.

Kanat Ransibrahmanakul, MD

Dr.  Ransibrahmanakul grew up in Louisiana and received his B.S. from the Louisiana Scholars’ College at Northwestern State University. He attended LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans. He then completed his internship and medicine residency at UC Davis Medical Center. He worked as an internist for several years before returning to Davis to complete his gastroenterology fellowship.

He enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. His other interests include travelling and golf.

Nazir A. Rahim, MD

Growing up in Northern California, Dr. Rahim obtained his undergraduate degree in Microbiology from University of California, Davis in 1994. He then went on to work in research and development in the biotech industry for Genzyme diagnostics. Subsequently, he attended Howard University College of Medicine and obtained his medical degree in 2000. He returned to California to complete his internal medicine internship, residency, as well as his gastroenterology fellowship from U.C. Davis Medical Center. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society award.

Dr. Rahim takes pride in taking care of his patients and strives to deliver individualized care to each and every one of his patients!

Drew Ingram, MD

Dr. Ingram grew up in the North Bay Area and attended University of Davis where he received his undergraduate degree in Microbiology. He subsequently traveled to Philadelphia, PA to attend Drexel University College of Medicine. After medical school, Dr. Ingram returned to Northern California and completed his internship, residency and gastroenterology fellowship at UC Davis Medical Center. He also served as a chief resident for internal medicine while he was there.

Dr. Ingram is married and has two children. He enjoys spending time outdoors and has an interest in classic cars.

Thomas Prindiville, MD

Dr. Prindiville is a native of Arkansas; he received his MD there and trained in Texas in internal medicine before successfully practicing in Anchorage, AK after a stint in the US Army. He came to UC Davis Medical Center to complete a gastroenterology fellowship before beginning a storied academic career there. Research activities at the university were varied, including the human gastrointestinal micro biome and inflammatory bowel disease, and his many hundreds of publications indicate his national status and expertise. A sought-after speaker, he is renowned locally by gastroenterologists for his mentorship and accessibility. His technical expertise in ERCP and EUS for diagnosis and treatment of complex biliary disease and pancreatic disease, honed at MD Anderson in Houston, make him an invaluable resource for Gastroenterology Medical Clinic and the community.

He is married, has two children, is an avid pilot and fly fisherman, and loves his annual fishing junkets to his cabin in far-flung Alaska and, most recently, Siberia.