Spine Surgeon Gannon B. Randolph, MD, Joins UAMS Orthopaedics in Northwest Arkansas

Mar 08, 2024 at 02:43 am by Staff



FAYETTEVILLE — Gannon B. Randolph, MD, has joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) as an orthopaedic spine surgeon practicing at UAMS Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. He will see patients at the UAMS Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Clinic in Lowell.

Randolph is a fellowship-trained spine surgeon with 18 years of experience. His special interests are complex cervical surgery, nerve pain, oncology, surgery to treat spinal degeneration and arthritis, minimally invasive spinal surgery, and peripheral neurological surgery.

After graduating summa cum laude from the University of Oregon, he graduated magna cum laude from the Oregon Health Science University School of Medicine. He completed his orthopaedic residency training at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center in Salt Lake City, followed by fellowship training in comprehensive spinal surgery at the University of California Los Angeles.

Randolph has lived and practiced medicine in Northwest Arkansas for 15 years, previously working at Ozark Orthopaedics and serving as the director of the Mercy Hospital spine program. He is an emeritus president of the Arkansas Orthopaedic Society.

“UAMS Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine is the most advanced and comprehensive system to treat musculoskeletal problems in Arkansas,” Randolph said. “I am excited to be part of such a prestigious team and know that together we can continue my personal mission of returning patients to their best quality of life and activity.”

Randolph joins Wesley Cox, MD; Chad Songy, MD; Ramon Ylanan, MD; Tyler L. CarlLee, MD; Patrick Shea Brannan, MD; Navin Kilambi, MD; Larry Balle II, MD; and Bradley Reeves, MD, at UAMS Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in Northwest Arkansas.

“Dr. Randolph is an excellent addition to our team,” said C. Lowry Barnes, MD, chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in the UAMS College of Medicine. “Northwest Arkansas is a fast-growing part of our state, and therefore an incredibly important part of our mission to improve the health of all Arkansans.”

“Dr. Randolph brings a wealth of experience in spine surgery to UAMS,” Cox said. “We are lucky to have someone with his experience and fellowship-level training join our orthopaedics and sports medicine team in Northwest Arkansas.”

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