Randa Dincer, MD
Education, training and certifications
- Medical School: American University of Beirut 1998
- Residency in Internal Medicine: Tufts Medical Center 2004
- Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine: Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center 2005
- Fellowship in Nephrology: University of Southern California Medical Center 2007
- Certification: Am Bd of Internal Medicine
- Certification: Am Bd of Internal Medicine-Geriatric Medicine
- Certification: Am Bd of Internal Medicine-Nephrology
As a board certified Geriatrician and Nephrologist, I have an interest in geriatric nephrology - providing care to older adults with kidney disease. My goal is to provide my patients with superior, comprehensive care, making sure they have a good understanding of their disease and can participate in decision-making regarding their care.
In addition to caring for patients, I have been appointed as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. I am also a member of the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and the Renal Physicians Association (RPA).
Outside of work, I enjoy traveling and reading, especially about history and ancient civilizations.
Nephrology focuses on the treatment of kidney conditions and abnormalities. Nephrologists diagnose causes and levels of kidney failure and prescribe appropriate treatments, such as medication, diet changes or dialysis. Learn more about our Nephrology services.