Thomas Prindiville, MD, is a nationally-known expert on many gastroenterology
issues: from pancreatic and bile duct cancers, to cutting-edge therapeutic
treatments and procedures like endoscopic ultrasounds.
Dr. Prindiville received his undergraduate degrees in chemistry and biology
from the University of Arkansas, where he also earned his medical degree.
He completed his fellowship in gastroenterology at UC Davis Medical Center.
There, he became a professor of gastroenterology. Early in his career,
Dr. Prindiville treated patients as an internal medicine physician in
Alaska, where he served in the medical corps of the United States Army
as a Major.
Dr. Prindville has used sabbatical time to explore interests in infectious
disease from Duke University, in addition to gastroenterology and nutrition
from the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Marshall is fortunate to welcome this caliber of expertise and experience
to our local community and our patients.
In his leisure time, Dr. Prindiville enjoys traveling, especially fishing
and spending time in Alaska.