Alumni Profile22
February 2004
Sherman College of Chiropractic
Randy Baze, D.C.

His Practice Has Gone to the Dogs...

Cats and Horses Too!

by Director of Alumni Relations Marggi Roldan

C. Randy Baze, D.C.

A 1983 graduate of Sherman College, Randy Baze, D.C., practices in Renton, WA, where in addition to his human patients, he has a large number of animal patients. Baze cares for up to 60-100 dogs, cats and horses per week. Rather than personally gaining from his care of the animals, Baze asks the owners to make a contribution to Sherman College in exchange for his services. Through the years, he has forwarded thousands of checks representing tens of thousands of dollars to the college.

Baze is a member of the Washington State Chiropractic Association and the World Chiropractic Alliance. For more than 10 years he has organized and coordinated a philosophy forum for chiropractors in his area with guest speakers to discuss chiropractic philosophy, principles and practice. Additionally, Baze has made a point to speak to school groups and 4-H Clubs about chiropractic health care and chiropractic as a career. In recognition of this work, Baze was inducted into the Chiropractic Knights of the Round Table in 1998.

A steady and long-term supporter of the college, Baze is a member of the distinguished Sherman College Board of Regents and a Sherman College Ambassador. He was named Regent of the Year by Sherman College in 1999.


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