Medical Director

EDUCATION

Residency Tufts University- New England Medical Center
1992-1995 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Boston, Massachusetts

Internship Kettering Medical Center
1991-1992 Transitional Year
Dayton, Ohio

MD University of Utah School of Medicine
1987-1991 Salt Lake City, Utah

BA University of Utah
1983-1987 Major: English Minor: French
Honors: Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kapa, Phi Kappa Phi
Honors Department Scholarship

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

  • 1991 Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners
  • May 1996 Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medical License, State of Utah
  • 2006 Re certification of American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medical License, State of Utah
  • 2016 Re certification of American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medical License, State of Utah

EMPLOYMENT

2005 – Present Salt Lake Orthopaedic Clinic
Salt Lake City, Utah
Management of outpatient neuromusculoskeletal problems, including sports, spine, chronic pain, electrodiagnosis, Independent Medical Evaluations, Impairment Ratings, and epidural injections.

2005 – 2006 First Med Clinic
Salt Lake City, Utah
Management of outpatient neuromusculoskeletal problems, including sports, spine, chronic pain, electrodiagnosis, Independent Medical Evaluations, Impairment Ratings, and epidural injections.

1995 – 12/31/2004 LDS Hospital Rehabilitation Center
Salt Lake City, Utah
Management of acute inpatient rehabilitation, problems including stroke, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury.

1995 – 12/31/2004 Salt Lake Clinic- Department of Orthopedics
Salt Lake City, Utah
Management of outpatient neuromusculoskeletal problems, including sports, spine, chronic pain, electrodiagnosis, Independent Medical Evaluations, Impairment Ratings, and epidural injections.

1992 – 1995 Night Medical Coverage
New England Rehabilitation Hospital
Woburn, Massachusetts

Spring 1993 Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Masters Program
Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Utah Medical Association
  • Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation

PUBLICATIONS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Distinguished Public Service Award
For significant contributions to the specialty of PM&R that contribute to an improved quality of life for people with disabilities and pain, 2016

University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association
Award for the work done after 2010 earthquake and Healing Hands for Haiti Foundation, 2011

Workers Compensation Fund of Utah
Presenter- Jeffrey Randle, M.D.
Treatment Issues with Pain and Addiction Panel, 1/27/2011

Days of 47’ Pioneer of Progress
President’s Award for work with Healing Hands for Haiti Foundation, 2010

Health Care Heroes
For Excellence in Health Care – Community Outreach
Recognizing Excellence, Innovation, and Achievement for Health Care in Utah, 09/29/2010

Intermountain Healthcare
Speaker at 2010 Medical Staff Leadership Conference
The Canyons, Park City, Utah, 10/29/2010

The North American Spine Society
Elected Membership of Dedication to the Field of
Spine Care and Research, 08/10/2010

Head-Heart-Hands Community of Caring, Skyline High School
For exemplary acts of service 2009-2010

Starting and Sustaining a Rehabilitation Treatment and Education Program in the 3rd world
Randle, J; Cameron, J
AAPM&R 65th Annual Assembly, Phoenix, AZ, October 7, 2004

Establishing Rehabilitation in a Third World Country: Haiti
Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 1999

The Paralympics – Pinnacle of Competition and Courage
Ryser D., Randle J.
Citizens, South Edition, Thursday August 6, 1998

Representative for Intermountain Health Care and Salt Lake Olympic Committee to the Nagano Paralympic Games
Nagano, Japan, March 1998

“Scuba Diving Medicine and Rehabilitation”
AAPM&R 56th Annual Meeting
Anaheim, CA, October 12, 1994

Force Perception Before and After Maximal Voluntary Contraction
Gooch, J.L. and Randle, J. (1993)
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 76, 399-402

SERVICE POSITIONS

  • 1998 – Present President and Founder of Healing Hands for Haiti International Foundation, Inc.
    A Foundation consisting of rehabilitation professionals and volunteers dedicated
    to providing rehabilitation care and treatment to the disabled people of Haiti.
    The Foundation runs a clinic, therapy school, disability awareness and school integration programs.
  • 1998 Medical representative of IHC at the 1998 Nagano Paralympic Games
  • 2002 2002 Salt Lake City Paralympic Games Medical Representative