Healthy U Radio Show


 AWARD-WINNING Healthy U Radio Show

Missouri Hospital Association Show-Me Excellence Awards - 2011 First Place Media Relations Activity Program Small/Rural Hospital

Dr. Randy Tobler - Host
Dr. Heliene Tobler - Co-Host

Alisa Kigar, MBA - Producer

Randy Tobler, MD, has an extensive background in radio and television broadcasting.  Besides being a well-respected OB/GYN, Dr. Tobler produces a syndicated radio program each week for the St. Louis market as well as the local Healthy U Radio Show in Memphis.  

Disseminating eclectic and credible health information in a humorous and relaxed style is one of his greatest passions.  The Healthy U Radio Show is a live radio program that is produced solely by the Scotland County Hospital and airs every Thursday at 10:06 a.m. from the local radio station in Memphis, MO, KMEM 100.5 FM.  

The program is a nearly one hour health topic radio show that covers all aspects of modern health: prevention, treatment, research and more.  Each week, show host, Randy Tobler, MD, and his guests break down the issues so listeners can become and remain their healthiest and be a better informed patient.  

The goal of the Healthy U Radio Show is to engage in mass media communication of the latest research, development, breakthroughs and treatment of modern medicine and how it impacts today’s healthcare consumers.  

The objective is to provide practical, easy-to-understand, honest health information on common health problems and the latest health care developments.  Healthy U Radio Show brings listeners the latest health and medical news and information from leading medical and health experts as well as physicians, staff & specialists from Scotland County Hospital.   

The host and staff strive to engage the audience in an entertaining and less rigid format than traditional “medical shows”.  Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask questions of the guest and hosts and learn more about the latest news & information on health and well-being from doctors, authors, researchers and even patients.

Dr. Tobler is the local OB/GYN at Scotland County Hospital and has a great rapport with the Hospital’s physicians and staff and his patients, as well as a vast list of expert medical contacts from his many years of practicing medicine in St. Louis. 

The Healthy U Radio Show showcases Dr. Tobler’s broadcasting & live radio talents and reinforces the Hospital’s & physician’s popularity in the community.  The live radio show format builds on the Hospital’s commitments to helping people develop healthy lifestyles and/or manage their existing medical conditions.

The content typically includes highlights from the health news world as well as updates on hospital and other local healthcare events.  The format then transitions to a particular focus topic.  Some repeat guests that are popular with the listeners include ‘Dr. Gourmet’ – Tim Harlan, MD; experts from the CDC; Dr. Heliene Tobler an expert on holistic nutrition and local family practice doctors from Scotland County Hospital. 

The show often entertains several listener call-in questions.  Furthermore, Dr. Tobler often relates that his patients, hospital patrons/visitors and residents of the area stop him to discuss some aspect of a recent radio show. 

Tune in every Thursday at 10:06 a.m. CST to KMEM FM 100.5 on the radio dial.  Or log on to


Click HERE for the January 6, 2022 Show - Nathan Koffarnus, Asst. Bureau Chief, DHHS-Missouri
Click HERE for the January 20, 2022 Show - The Grief Recovery Institute, President, Cole James
Click HERE for the April 8, 2021 Show, 
Carrie Hamner, PT and Trinity Davis ST talk about the Parkinson's Disease Treatment called BIG and LOUD.
Click HERE to read more about the program.
Click HERE for the January 7, 2021 Show,
Topic: Monoclonal antibody treatment available at Scotland County Hospital for COVID positive patients
Monoclonal antibody treatment with bamlanivimab or with casirivimab and imdevimab are for people who have tested positive for COVID-19 and have mild to moderate symptoms. Casirivimab and imdevimab must be given together. Bamlanivimab is given alone. These treatments are allowed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) while clinical studies continue to look at their usefulness and safety.

Click HERE to read about SCH Chief of Staff, Dr. Celeste Miller-Parish's, personal experience with this Covid treatment.

The Recipe Referenced by Dr. Heliene Tobler

September 4, 2018

Dr. Kathleen Weaver, Orthopedic Surgeon from Memphis Medical Services, talks about youth sports injuries and prevention followed by Dr. Heliene Tobler, Holistic Nutritionist, who discusses nutrition for school children and she shares some great recipes.
Click on the link below to hear the interview:
Click HERE for Dr. Heliene's Quinoa Chicken Fried Rice
Click HERE for Roasted Pork with Apples & Potatoes (Sheet Pan Cooking)

May 23, 2017
Dr. Andrew Weil
"As a practitioner and teacher of integrative medicine for the last thirty years, it has been Dr. Weil's personal mission to drive research, education, and clinical practice to advance a philosophy of health that addresses mind, body and spirit. He believes that integrative medicine is the future of medicine and health care."
Click on the link below to hear his interview:

RECIPES from the Show:

Cauliflower Risotto

Click HERE for a pdf of the recipe.