Thomas Randoll, DO
KCU Alumni Association President
Thomas Randoll, DO, is a 2005 Kansas City University (KCU) College of Osteopathic Medicine graduate. He was born and raised in Florissant, Missouri, and went to College at Central Methodist University, where he played collegiate soccer, graduating in 2001 before attending KCU. After graduation from KCU, he completed an Internal Medicine residency at Mizzou, where he met his wife, Lesley, who was an RN then. After completing his residency, he worked full-time at Harry S Trauma VA Hospital from 2008 to 2019 as an academic hospitalist/primary care physician in the ER.
In 2019, he transferred to Orlando VA Medical Center to a full-time academic primary care physician position with the University of Central Florida Internal Medicine residency. He continues to be on the board with the Central Missouri Honor Flight as medical director, taking veterans to see their memorials in Washington, DC, since 2009.
Dr. Randoll currently serves as the KCU Alumni Association Board of Directors President. He has three boys, and in his free time, he coaches the boys’ soccer and baseball teams and enjoys offshore fishing with his wife. Dr. Randoll and his wife enjoy golf, watching Cardinal baseball, Blues hockey, Chiefs football, and Mizzou sports.