Dr. Corey Hébert is one of the most illustrious physicians practicing medicine in the United States today practicing both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. He is a Professor at both LSU Health Sciences Center and Tulane University Medical Center as well as a national award-winning medical broadcast journalist, working as on-air Chief Medical Editor for the NBC television affiliate in New Orleans, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast for over a decade. He is a frequent on-air contributor to the “Dr. Oz Show” and a fan favorite on MSNBC where he is an on-air contributor. Dr. Hébert he is a current contributor to the Discovery Channel’s “How Stuff Works” television show and has made hundreds of appearances on national television networks and outlets such as CNN, CBS, National Geographic, the Meredith Vieira Show, Good Morning America and the Today Show. Dr. Hébert is the host of an extremely popular weekly radio talk show on the Cumulus Broadcasting Network, called “Doctor For The People” in which he answers health questions live on the air across the country for those who hear his show live on air or simulcast on the internet . Dr. Hébert is the Chief Executive Officer of Community Health TV which is the parent company of BlackhealthTV.com and LatinohealthTV.com.