Growing up in Northern California, Dr. Rahim obtained his undergraduate
degree in microbiology from the 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 medical honor
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!