01/22/22

Maternal Health Awareness Day is January 23

Did you know that approximately 60% of maternal deaths are preventable?

The American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG) highlights Maternal Health Awareness day on January 23 to build awareness around the urgency of our country’s maternal mortality crisis and how we all can work together to reverse its course.

The theme for 2022 is “Adding Up to Maternal Health.” The community is invited to spotlight the crisis and share clinical approaches, policy solutions, and partnerships that can contribute to improved maternal health across the United...

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01/11/22

OBHG announces new partnership with St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson, NY

OBHG is proud to partner with St. Charles Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY to establish a part-time OB Triage Program in December, and a...

01/05/22

OBHG Diplomat hospitalist enjoys travel and art once again

Dr. Kristen Innes has the best of both worlds. She balances a fulfilling career as an OBHG Diplomat hospitalist with a...

11/30/21

Ready, set, go: How one physician exhibited true leadership during a crisis

If the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t difficult enough to deal with, September 2020 presented yet another emergency for Jackson County, Oregon. A fire swept through...

10/20/21

OBHG clinician featured in Los Robles Health System communication aimed at expectant moms

OBHG hospitalist Dr. Diana Glasser was recently featured in a Los Robles Health System video aimed at expectant moms. Our partner Los Robles Health...

10/19/21

OBHG announces new partnership with Adventist Healthcare Shady Grove Medical Center

Welcome to the family, Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center! We are excited to expand our national network with the addition of this new...

10/13/21

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...

06/29/21

ACOG and The Joint Commission address maternal mortality and morbidity through new Maternal Levels of Care Verification program

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and The Joint Commission recently announced a new collaborative initiative, the Maternal Levels of Care Verification...

08/05/20

Addressing cultural bias in labor & delivery

Cultural diversity is one of this country's defining characteristics. And yet, cultural bias and discrimination in health care is an unfortunate reality. Patients often...

01/21/20

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...

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