Is 2021 the year you’ll become an OB hospitalist?
Is 2021 the year you'll become an OB hospitalist?
There's never been a better time to begin a career in hospitalist medicine.
Because OBHG has the best clinical team in the industry (we are biased) and focuses only on obstetrics - we were able to maintain stability and even thrive during the pandemic. We kept clinician hours, pay and benefits consistent and even added new hospital partners. We are proud of that, and grateful.
Here are a few additional reasons physicians choose to work with us:
More peace of mind
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