Dr. and Mrs. White's financial contributions to Mississippi State University have created a centralized and knowledgeable source of information for our students to learn how to gain entry to health professional schools including medical school. We are very grateful for their dedication to MSU students.
Dr. A. Randle “Randy” White is a 1966 chemistry and pre-medicine MSU graduate. As an MSU student, Dr. White served as a “duty boy” in the university hospital, which was located in George Hall at the time. After graduating, Dr. White received his medical degree from the University Of Mississippi School Of Medicine in Jackson. He graduated in 1969, interned at the University Of Alabama Hospital in Birmingham, completed his residency in internal medicine at UMMC in 1970, and also did a fellowship in nephrology at UMMC in 1978-1979.
Dr. White served as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UMMC for eight years before beginning his private practice of nephrology in Greenwood in 1983. He is the founder and managing member of Delta Hills Nephrology Associates, PLLC. A passionate advocate for MSU and longtime member of the College of Arts & Sciences’ Dean’s Executive Advisory Board, he was the College of Arts & Sciences Alumni Fellow for 2011.
Dr. White and his wife, Marilyn, currently reside in Greenwood.