What is an Obstetric Emergency Department?
An Obstetric Emergency Department (OBED) provides timely and efficient emergency care to pregnant patients presenting with unscheduled medical needs.
While the OBED functions as an extension of a hospital’s main emergency department, it is staffed with experienced OB/GYNs and CNMs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These clinicians, called OB hospitalists, are specialists in obstetrics medicine and practice inside the hospital.
Located in a dedicated space separate from the labor and delivery unit, the OBED treats women presenting to the hospital with pregnancy and...
OBHG announces a new partnership with CHRISTUS Southeast Texas St. Elizabeth Hospital
OBHG announces a new partnership with CHRISTUS Southeast Texas St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont, TX. We are excited to expand our...
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...
OBHG publishes "Future of Obstetrics: Industry Survey Report"
Earlier this year, OBHG conducted a survey to gain a deeper understanding of the perceptions, trends and shifting priorities among OB clinicians nationwide. The...
OBHG Texas partner creates video about its obstetrics emergency department
OBHG hospital partner Texas Vista Medical Center recently created a video about its obstetrics emergency department (OBED). The video educates the community about the...
Oklahoma hospital creates video about its OB hospitalist program
Norman Regional Health System recently created a video for patients about its OB hospitalist program and OBHG partnership. The video educates patients about the...