Dr. Wesley Davis appointed Regional Obstetric Medical Director for Virginia Mason Franciscan Health

OBHG hospitalist Dr. Wes Davis has been appointed Regional Obstetric Medical Director for the Women’s and Children’s service line for Virginia Mason Franciscan Health. Dr. Davis is an OBHG market medical director and site director at St. Joseph Medical Center.

In his regional medical director role with Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, he will collaborate with the Women’s and Children’s service line leadership team, OB section chiefs, and multiple stakeholders throughout the system to evaluate quality performance, participate in strategic planning, and lead the development and...


OBHG announces new partnership with Corona Regional Medical Center in Corona, CA

OBHG is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Corona Regional Medical Center in Corona, CA. We are excited to expand our national...


Delivering life-saving care: From code blue to the ICU

It was a fall day in Pennsylvania and the hospital staff was expecting a hurricane to come through the area later...


OBHG welcomes AdventHealth Bolingbrook Hospital in Bolingbrook, IL

OBHG welcomes AdventHealth Bolingbrook in Bolingbrook, IL with the addition of a Type A obstetric emergency department (OBED).

AdventHealth Bolingbrook currently sees 800 annual deliveries and 600 annual triage...


How OBHG helps hospitals reduce c-section rates

Almost one in three births in the U.S. involve cesarean delivery, yet many of them aren’t medically necessary. During International Cesarean Awareness month, there...


OBHG’s 2021 Progress Notes highlights important women’s health milestones

2021 marked a special year for OBHG as we celebrated our 15th anniversary, 3,000,000 patient encounters, 1,000,000 high-risk encounters and 250,000 deliveries. These milestones...


OBHG celebrates 10-year anniversaries of three OBHG clinicians

Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) has provided emergent care for women and babies for over 15 years and our clinicians are a vital part of...


Advice from OBHG clinicians on improving Black maternal health outcomes

April 11-17 is Black Maternal Health Week. Originated by the Black Mamas Matter Alliance, it is a week of awareness, activism, and community building.



On the other side – A Chief Medical Officer’s birth story

What’s it like to be a patient in your own hospital if you’re also the Chief Medical Officer (CMO)?

Dr. Loren Robinson, Chief Medical Officer...


OB hospitalists – the maternal safety champions of labor and delivery

OB hospitalists play a vital role in managing obstetric emergencies, evaluating patients in the obstetric emergency department (OBED), covering labor and delivery, seeing unassigned...

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