Dr. Tim Randell was born and raised in Louisiana. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University in 2004. He then went on to attend Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, where he obtained his MD in 2009. Following medical school, he completed orthopedic surgery residency at Texas A&M Health Sciences Center at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in 2014. He then moved to the east coast to complete his Adult Reconstruction fellowship at Duke University Hospital in 2015. During fellowship he was mentored by Drs. Michael Bolognesi, Scott Kelley, Samuel Wellman, Rhett Hallow, Charles Mather, and David Attarian. After completing fellowship, he joined Mid State Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center. He is actively involved in building and developing a Joint Center of Excellence. His interests include complex hip and knee replacement/reconstruction and revision surgery, computer navigated joint replacement, and arthroscopic hip surgery. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Francesca, and together they have two children, Noah and Grace.
Dr. Randell is trained in the ABMSparing technique and is qualified to perform this procedure on his patients.