Christina Z. Randolph, J.D.
Fraud, Abuse and Health Care Regulation
Christina Z. Randolph is an Officer in the Health Care Practice Group at Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. Her practice focuses on providing legal and business advice to health care clients. Ms. Randolph’s experience has enabled her to counsel her clients on practical solutions to complex legal problems as the health care industry evolves. In 2008, Ms. Randolph was recognized by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as one of the 2008 Up and Coming Lawyers in Missouri.
Ms. Randolph’s practice includes counseling health care clients on issues related to fraud and abuse, Stark Law and regulatory compliance, joint ventures, licensure and operations of health care facilities, medical staff matters, and tax exempt issues. She represents a wide variety of clients, ranging from integrated health care delivery systems, physicians and physician practices, ambulatory surgical centers, and social service agencies.
Prior to joining the Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, Ms. Randolph was a licensed clinical social worker who provided counseling services to children, families and adults. She provided services in a variety of social service settings, including a community-based residential treatment center and hospital emergency department.