Hospitals continue to depend on OBHG during the pandemic
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, OBHG’s clinical site directors worked very closely with our hospital partners across the country to lead initiatives for the entire labor and delivery unit – from developing and implementing new procedures to training colleagues on proper PPE usage.
OBHG site directors have remained closely aligned with hospital leaders during the delta variant that is particularly dangerous for pregnant patients. When the rise of the delta variant began bringing younger, sicker patients to the hospital, OBHG clinicians started to see an...
Pregnant OB hospitalist treats pregnant patients during pandemic
As a doctor and mother, OBHG’s Dr. Diana Glasser has worked diligently caring for patients throughout the pandemic. She works as...
The Obstetrics Podcast: When physicians assume leadership roles
What does it take to effectively lead a clinical team, and what is it really like? Renee Lockey, MD discusses how...
Seeking career stability? Now is a good time to transition
Has living through a pandemic changed your outlook and priorities?
Most of us are more determined than ever to make the most of each day,...
The Obstetrics Podcast: Bedside manner in the age of COVID-19
Meeting a patient for the first time while a physician is behind a mask or other PPE isn’t the ideal way to establish a...
OBHG COVID-19 patient encounters continue to increase
Exactly three weeks ago, we provided an update on the number of COVID-19-positive patients OBHG physicians and midwives have cared for since the virus...
Hospital obstetrics trends on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic
Yesterday, we provided an update on the demographics of the COVID-19 patients OBHG clinicians have cared for across our network of hospital partners.
Today, we wanted...
Hospital obstetrics on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic: Patient visits
Even before COVID-19 became a pandemic, OBHG began taking proactive measures to prepare our clinical teams and hospital partners. As the pandemic has continued...
New decade, new career! Here's why you should consider becoming an OBHG hospitalist
You've recovered from the holidays and rolled into 2020. Now is the perfect time to get some altitude on your current role and envision...