More OB physicians are choosing to become OB hospitalists right out of residency. As a physician whose chose this career path, OBHG clinician Dr. Angela Kim recently shared her experiences with in-Training.
In the article, Dr. Kim focuses on many components of OB hospitalist work – from her decision to become an OB hospitalist, to the life-saving care 24/7 coverage provides, to the increased need for physicians to consider OB hospitalist work earlier in their careers (including during residency).
“My choice to become an OB hospitalist has allowed me to go further – today I help drive positive change for women’s health without sacrificing my own wellness. I’m glad I chose to make that happen at the beginning of my career – not the end.”