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Chief Executive Officer
Randy Tobler, MD FACOG

March 3, 2015

Dr. Randy Tobler Appointed CEO at Scotland County Hospital                                          

MEMPHIS, MO - The Scotland County Hospital board of directors recently appointed Randall W. Tobler, MD, FACOG, permanent CEO of the organization in Memphis, MO.  The appointment was made at the hospital's board of directors meeting on February 26, 2015.  Dr. Tobler has served as the hospital's Interim CEO since August 2014.

"The board had no reservations about putting Dr. Tobler in the CEO seat,"  said Board Chairman, Curtis Ebeling.  "The appointment was based on his superb job performance during his interim as acting CEO.  We are very fortunate to have a physician executive with his knowledge, experience and skills as our leader at Scotland County Hospital & Clinics."

Dr. Tobler is board certified in obstetrics & gynecology from the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology.  He and his family moved from St. Louis to Scotland County over nine years ago, where he had a private practice.  He has built a strong OB/GYN practice at Scotland County Hospital & Clinics.  Along with his new position, Dr. Tobler will continue to serve & oversee the OB/GYN services at Memphis Medical Services and Lancaster Medical Services and serve as Medical Director of the OB/GYN Department at the hospital.  Chairman Ebeling said, "He made every effort to go out and connect with the community when he first came to town.  He has a very open and welcoming personality and I think that is important for our CEO to connect with the community and to be approachable."

“Dr. Tobler is an outstanding physician and an experienced and accomplished leader.  His knowledge of the local and regional medical community and market will be a major asset in helping to lead the hospital & clinics at a time of major transformation and opportunity,” said Julia McNabb, DO, Chief of Staff at Scotland County Hospital & Clinics.  “The medical staff is delighted that Dr. Tobler is taking on this new role in a permanent capacity.  Working together, we will continue the legacy of service this hospital has established and find even greater ways to bring excellence to our patients and the community.”

"I feel privileged to lead as player-coach in this organization," said Tobler.  "My goal is to help build Scotland County Hospital and Clinics as a center of clinical excellence and community health as a model for rural communities across America."  Dr. Tobler says his leadership focus is on driving the transformation of rural healthcare, through innovation, to make the services more affordable, accessible and exceed expectations with the highest quality of care in these rural and remote communities.

Dr. Tobler completed his entire medical training at Washington University and Barnes Hospital in St. Louis.  He was in private practice, serving five hospitals in the St. Louis area, before making the move to Scotland County in 2006.  He was named one of St. Louis’ “Medical Marvels” by St. Louis Magazine and he has been elected by his peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® from 1996 to 2014.  Dr. Tobler and his wife, Dr. Heliene Tobler, are both natives of St. Louis and now reside in the Bible Grove area.  They have three grown children.  Drs. Randy & Heliene are partners in a multi-media outreach at DrTobler.com.  He is serving his final term on the Scotland County School Board, is a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church, is host of two weekly live radio shows and is passionate about personally and politically advocating for rural healthcare through several state and federal organizations.

Chief of Staff
Lisa Rollison, DO, General Surgeon

Dr. Rollison is no stranger to this area as she is the daughter of Stan & Brenda Prather, was a 1992 graduate of Scotland County R-1 High School, and a 1997 graduate of Truman State University in Kirksville.  She earned her medical degree from Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine and is board certified in general surgery.

In high school, Dr. Rollison says she was interested in sports and science.  She met a recruiter from Truman State who suggested she might be interested in pursuing a career as an orthopedic surgeon.  Her pre-medicine studies at Truman included an exercise science major with biology and chemistry minor degrees.  Over time, Dr. Rollison became interested in the work of plastic surgeons.  She says, "The artistic aspect of plastic surgery was appealing to me at that point."  However, during her residency, she began to find general surgery more rewarding.  "It is a wonderful thing to see a person relieved of pain with a surgical procedure, or to see a simple screening procedure allow a patient to avoid a cancer or to be diagnosed very early while still readily treatable."

Dr. Rollison is part of a great team of surgeons, specialists and operating room staff in the Surgery Center at Scotland County Hospital.  Chief of Surgery is Dr. Celeste Miller-Parish, general surgery, while Dr. Randy Tobler covers gynecological surgeries; Dr. Kathleen Weaver covers orthopedics; Dr. Deborah Holte covers podiatry and Dr. Kristina Spate covers general surgeries, as well.  The Operating Room Supervisor is Lana Dial, RN.  Additionally, Dr. Jeff Davis performs colonoscopies for his primary care patients.

Dr. Rollison has spent the last few years practicing in Branson, Missouri.  However, she states, "Northeast Missouri, and specifically Memphis is very special to me, and I am thrilled and grateful to have the opportunity to serve the community".  She continues, "The talent and resources, including our amazing Surgery Center at Scotland County Hospital, and the physicians, surgeons, and staff are phenomenal."

She is available for treatment of a variety of general surgery-related issues such as hernias, conditions involving the gallbladder, breast, small and large intestine and appendix, and services such as endoscopy and office procedures. 


Chief Medical Officer
Jeff Davis, DO, Family Practice

Scotland County Hospital is fortunate to have Dr. Davis and his family in the community.  His skills, coupled with his compassion and enthusiasm for practicing family medicine in a rural environment, makes this a benefit to the clinic and the community.  

The CMO provides medical perspective, knowledge, experience, and leadership to the hospital.   In his new role, Dr. Davis will facilitate communication and understanding among the various clinical components of the hospital, to assure the provision of high quality care to the patients in the community.  Additionally, the CMO serves as a principle interface between the hospital’s CEO & Board of Directors and the clinical staff of the hospital including physicians, medical staff, nursing, diagnostic & therapy departments.  The role also includes significant input into the short range and long range strategic planning and operations of the hospital with respect to advancing the quality of care to the patients the hospital serves.  The CMO serves as the lead member of the Senior Management Team as well. 
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