By: S. Todd Bashuk, MD, Ob Hospitalist Group Medical Director of Operations based out of Fayetteville, AR Ah, the holidays. I remember being in med school and my family celebrating Thanksgiving in Atlanta while I was in St. Louis studying for finals. I thought it was no big deal – I’d have privacy to study, […]

Community OB physicians, nurses, hospital staff and OBHG team members recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of OBHG’s OB hospitalist program at Memorial Hospital Jacksonville, in Jacksonville, Florida. An inscribed plaque, cake and food were part of the commemorative event. Before OBHG’s partnership began with Memorial Hospital Jacksonville, community OB physicians were exhausted from always being […]

Illinois recently released its Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Report. The report recommends, among other things, the establishment of maternal levels of care and clear policies within emergency departments to ensure pregnant and postpartum women consult with an obstetrical provider. OBHG’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Mark Simon, and OBHG Illinois-based hospitalist, Dr. Nicolai Hinds, weighed in on […]

Even during the holidays, hospitals never close and newborns never take a day off. Yet OB/GYNs often struggle to strike the right balance between their professional responsibility to care for patients over the holidays and spending time with family. There are actions that hospital administrators can take to help lessen the pressure on OB/GYNs by […]

Every day, OBHG’s clinical and operational leadership teams support our hospitalists in their programs. The medical director of operations, regional vice president of operations, and director of hospital operations work to help ensure that programs run smoothly and facilitate hospitalists’ success. Our MDOs focus on clinical leadership, hospital relationships, new program starts and business development […]

The tragedy of the U.S. maternal mortality rate is unacceptable, and steps must be taken to end preventable maternal death in the U.S. OBHG supports H.R. 1318/S. 1112, bipartisan legislation that helps states establish or improve their maternal mortality review committees to examine maternal death cases and identify locally-relevant ways to prevent future deaths. OBHG […]

You could step into an exciting, stable, and highly rewarding career right out of residency! Ob Hospitalist Group is pleased to announce that many of our positions are now open to board eligible OB/GYNs.  Life as a hospitalist OBHG hospitalists work in close partnership with local obstetricians, and provide a crucial safety net for physicians, […]