Dr. Amy Randall comes to Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics from the Community Clinic in Rogers.
She graduated from the University of Arkansas Fayetteville summa cum laude in biology and completed her MD at UAMS at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. There she served as Chief Resident in Pediatrics. She was a member of the Residents Council and the Chief’s Council Committee.
Dr. Randall was also President of the American Medical Women’s Association at UAMS. She received a number of awards and scholarships during her time at UAMS, including the Department of Pediatrics Chairman’s Scholar award and the George F. Strop Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Pediatrics.
Certified in Basic Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Dr. Randall is also certified in the Neonatal Resuscitation Program. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Medical Association.
“When I was fourteen, I discovered I loved working with kids at Camp Aldersgate,” explains Dr. Randall. She continued to work as a counselor and then supervisor at Camp Aldersgate in Little Rock during her summers in high school and college.
Dr. Randall is happy to be living in Northwest Arkansas again. She is a huge Hog fan, and enjoys mountain biking and running. She and her husband, Chris, have two young children, Sophie and Hattie.
MANA is delighted to welcome Dr. Randall to Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics!