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Randon T. Hall, MD, MBA, CAQSM

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Areas of Expertise

  • Sports Medicine Pediatrics

Office

Phoenix Children's Hospital - Main
1919 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, Arizona 85016
602-933-1000

About Randon T. Hall, MD, MBA, CAQSM

Randon T. Hall, MD, is an orthopedic physician specializing in sports medicine, concussion and fracture management. He approaches patient care with empathy and focuses on listening to patients' and families' unique needs and concerns.Growing up as the child of two teachers inspired Dr. Hall to become a constant learner. Like his parents, he has a passion for teaching, knowing that educating patients and their families plays an essential role in developing a plan to get athletes back to the activities they love. As a lifelong athlete, he knows how important staying active and playing sports are to youths. "Whether competing for a state championship or simply living a healthy lifestyle, sports can transform the lives of young people," says Dr. Hall.He's passionate about the impact he can have on his patients' ability to be active and achieve their goals. "I love the motivation young athletes have to get better and get back to what they enjoy," says Dr. Hall. "The ability to assist with their recovery never gets old. It's awesome to see my patients grow and mature."Dr. Hall values Phoenix Children's focus on the health of pediatric patients. He believes centering all resources on pediatric and adolescent patient care improves outcomes.When he's not caring for patients, Dr. Hall turns his attention to his family and being the best husband and father he can be. He loves spending time with them on traveling adventures.
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Education & Training

Medical School / Education

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN

Residency

Residency & Chief Residency - Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN

Fellowship

(Pediatric and adolescent sports medicine) Cincinnati Children's Medical Center - Cincinnati, OH

Academic Affiliations

University of Arizona, Mayo Clinic

Professional Affiliations

University of Arizona, Mayo Clinic

Research & Publications

Hall, R., Domenico, H., Self, W., Hain, P. 2013, Reducing the Blood Culture Contamination Rate in a Pediatric Emergency and Subsequent Cost Savings. Pediatrics, 2013 Jan;131(1):e292-7