Happy National Hospital Week!

Happy National Hospital Week to our 180+ partners across the country! Your collaboration enables us to elevate the standard of women's healthcare nationwide. We are especially grateful for your partnership over the last year as our teams worked closely together to inspire hope through healing during the pandemic. Here's a message from OBHG CEO Lenny Castiglione:



OBHG California hospital partners recognized for efforts in improving pregnancy outcomes

Nearly half of OBHG’s current hospital partners in California were recently recognized by the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative (CMQCC) for...


OBHG’s clinical leadership leads to better outcomes in maternal safety

At OBHG, our clinicians play a vitally important role in ensuring the success of our programs, leading efforts to build strong...


Women’s History Month: Celebrating Women in Obstetrics

To commemorate Women’s History Month, Ob Hospitalist Group is celebrating the generations of women who have dedicated their lives and careers to delivering babies.



2020 Progress Notes highlights OBHG's clinical leadership

We are pleased to share OBHG’s 2020 Progress Notes with you. Progress Notes gives us the opportunity to look back and highlight some of...


OBHG’s Dr. Esther Koai named physician of the year

Congratulations to OBHG’s Dr. Esther Koai, who was named a physician of the year at Ocean Medical Center.

Dr. Koai was nominated for a Nurses...


It’s our anniversary! Celebrating 15 years

It’s a special year for OBHG as we celebrate an important milestone, the company’s 15th anniversary.

In 2006, OB/GYN Dr. Chris Swain recognized the disparity...


A shot of hope: OBHG clinicians across the nation receive COVID-19 vaccine

It's been an anxious wait for a COVID-19 vaccine, and with the beginning of the vaccine rollout there is now a sense of hope....


OBHG supports new action plan to improve U.S. maternal health

As we continue to navigate the ongoing pandemic, another healthcare crisis continues to loom—our country’s maternal health.

While the United States has one of the...


Implementation deadline approaches for The Joint Commission’s perinatal safety standards

To address consistently rising maternal mortality rates in the U.S., The Joint Commission introduced two new perinatal safety standards originally scheduled to take effect...

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