Consultation services in forensic pathology and clinical pathology.






2441 E. Stanton Dr.
Sioux Falls, SD 57103
(605) 359-1419


Dr. Randall is a native Iowan who received two Bachelor of Science Degrees from the University of Iowa and also his MD degree from the University of Iowa. He completed four years of anatomic and clinical pathology residency at the University of North Carolina and an additional year of fellowship in forensic pathology at the North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Dr. Randall is Board Certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic, Clinical, and Forensic pathology.

Following his training Dr. Randall served for one year on the pathology faculty of the University of Iowa and then moved to Sioux Falls, SD, where he has lived with his wife and two now grown children since 1981. During his time in Sioux Falls, Dr. Randall practiced forensic and general pathology exclusively with the LCM Pathologists, P. C. which served the pathology needs of numerous surrounding hospitals and those of the tertiary referral center, Sanford University of South Dakota Medical Center.

As a part of his practice, in addition to serving as the Minnehaha County Coroner (Sioux Falls, SD), Dr. Randall provided forensic pathology services for the eastern half of South Dakota, northwestern Iowa, southwestern Minnesota, and northeastern Nebraska. That practice entailed thousands of forensic autopsies covering the entire spectrum of forensic pathology. The autopsies resulted in testimony for a variety of legal proceedings for the state, plaintiff, and defense in addition to hundreds of hours consulting with attorneys in pre-trial hearings and discussions. Many attorneys and insurance companies continue to use Dr. Randall as a consultant and to offer a second opinion.

Dr. Randall is currently a Professor of Pathology at the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine. Dr. Randall has a variety of research interests and publications. His special interest continues to be the investigation of SUID (Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths) and issues relating to death certification.