OBHG clinicians participate in development of core competencies for OB hospitalists

The Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists (SOGH) recently published the Core Competencies for OB and OB/GYN Hospitalists. The core competencies were developed to delineate the proficiencies required to function effectively as an OB/GYN hospitalist.

As the largest employer of OB hospitalists in the Nation, OBHG currently employs more than 1,200 OB hospitalists. Membership to SOGH is provided to all full-time OBHG clinicians as an employee benefit.

OBHG clinicians regularly volunteer on the SOGH board, on SOGH committees and serve as committee chairs. The following OBHG clinicians contributed to...


Dr. Alexander Gumiroff appointed System Medical Director of Obstetrical Services for Lee Health System

Dr. Alexander Gumiroff, OBHG’s Site Director and OB/GYN department chair at Healthpark Medical Center in Fort Myers, FL, was recently appointed...


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 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...


OBHG hospitalists are there for patients, through wind, rain or snow

A “once in a decade” storm surprised the southeast in early January, wreaking havoc in many states. OBHG clinicians in Virginia bravely faced difficulties...


OBHG announces new partnership with Rush Foundation Hospital in Meridian, MS

OBHG announces a new partnership with Rush Foundation Hospital in Meridian, MS. We are excited to expand our national network with this new full-time OB...


OBHG hospitalist shares how to build a brand, educates moms with podcast

When Dr. Nicole Rankins first became an OB/GYN, she was concerned about all the misinformation online regarding pregnancy and hospital births. She wanted to...


Congratulations to OBHG clinicians elected to ACOG leadership roles

Congratulations to OBHG clinicians recently elected to ACOG leadership roles for the 2022-2024 term and also to those that began their terms in the...


How OB hospitalists are supporting nurses through the labor shortage

Significant registered nurse workforce shortages throughout the country have only increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many hospitals are experiencing challenges on their labor and...


OBHG launches a new partnership with Orange Park Medical Center

Please join us in welcoming Orange Park Medical Center in Orange Park, FL to the OBHG family. The partnership brings a full-time obstetric emergency...

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