Our History Our Approach Our Team Christopher C. Swain David C. Swain Leonard (Lenny) Castiglione Kevin Krenzke Marc L. Kerlin Mark N. Simon, MD Tama LeBlanc Christie Cook Buchholz Cliff J. Lawrence, Esq. Barbara Fry Charlie Jaynes, MD Nicholas Kulbida, MD Jane van Dis, MD Susie Wilson, MD Charles Rollison, MD Sue Smith, MD Rakhi Dimino, MD Heather Moore Amy VanBlaricom, MD Don Toatley, MD Alissa Erogbogbo, MD Stephen T. Bashuk MD Kevin Burlison, MD
"The OBHG hospitalist program has allowed us to improve our quality, reduce our risk, and stabilize our OB/GYN medical staff which provides a foundation on which we can grow our services."
Rakhi Dimino, MD,
Medical Director of Operations
Dr. Dimino is passionate about reducing maternal mortality and morbidity by increasing access to superior health care for all women and their unborn babies. As a Medical Director of Operations for Ob Hospitalist Group, she coaches our Ob hospitalist teams to improve outcomes for the women in their community, while she fosters leadership development in our team members.
Dr. Dimino is a Certified Physician Executive and has a Master Degree of Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University. She completed residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital / Washington University in St. Louis after she graduated from medical school at The Ohio State University. Her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University is in journalism. Dr. Dimino joined Ob Hospitalist Group in January 2013 after 7 years of private practice in Houston, Texas. She continues to work clinically as a hospitalist at Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital while she serves as a Medical Director of Operations.
Dr. Dimino is committed to decreasing maternal mortality and improving public health even outside her role with Ob Hospitalist Group. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Society of OBGYN Hospitalists where she is also an editor and collaborator for the upcoming Core Competencies for OBGYN Hospitalists. She serves as a faculty member of the TexasAIM Plus Obstetric Hemorrhage Learning Collaborative to assist Texas hospitals with implementing AIM bundles to improve and standardize patient care during obstetrical emergencies. Dr. Dimino has had an active role with the Texas Medical Association for more than a decade and currently serves on their Council of Science and Public Health. She has participated in the TMA Texas Maternal Health Congress and has been a leader in coalescing ideas from physicians across the state to elevate maternal health. She is the chair of the Quality Committee for the Harris County Medical Society in Houston. She is also a member of the Board of Directors for The Health Museum in Houston.
In her free time, Dr. Dimino enjoys spending time with her husband and young children. She likes to read fiction, travel with her family, and craft. She is an avid college football fan.