01/17/21

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

2020 was obviously a stressful year for everyone, but especially for medical professionals. We offer OB/GYNs who have become weary of private practice a career focused on patient care – without the business concerns. We also take care of your liability insurance including tail coverage.

 

Flexibility – in roles, schedules and location

We want our docs to design their careers around their lives, not the other way around. You choose full time or part time, or back up. If you need to move across the country you have the option to transfer to a hospital in your new city (if we have a program nearby).

We also offer sought-after national and regional travel positions. Hospitalists who work for our elite Diplomat program journey to different parts of the U.S. to help launch new programs and get teams up to speed, and our traveler position has a regional scope.

Listen to Dr. George Kingsley discuss what working as a Diplomat is actually like on the Obstetrics Podcast.

Looking to move into leadership? Awesome – we have a track for that. Many OBHG physicians who joined us as hospitalists have advanced to Site Director or Medical Director of Operations roles.

Listen to Dr. Renee Lockey discuss her own transition to leadership on the Obstetrics Podcast.

Our hospitalists also serve in leadership capacities for hospital committees, quality initiatives, local non-profit boards, or professional associations like SOGH, ACOG or ACOOG. Some programs provide the opportunity to train students and residents as well.

If you’re a new grad there’s a place for you here – we encourage skilled board-eligible physicians to apply for hospitalist positions.

Listen to Dr. Angela Kim discuss why she chose to begin her OBHG career right after residency.

We also hire certified nurse-midwives, depending on the program, and expect to employ a greater number of CNMs in the future.

 

Safer care and increased access for moms

OBHG founder and obstetrician Chris Swain, MD, created the original OB/GYN hospitalist model 15 years ago to ensure that every pregnant woman who presented to the hospital would be seen by an experienced obstetrician regardless of circumstance.

Today our hospitalists are on hand 24-7 to do triage, support nurses and residents, and handle any obstetrical emergency that comes through the door. Lightening the load and reducing burnout for local private-practice OB/GYNs (who decide on a case-by case basis how they will partner with OBHG physicians) helps makes care safer for everyone.

 

Unmatched physician resources and support

OBHG strives to be a physician-centered organization. We offer unique physician resources – for continuing education, clinical and social networking, confidential peer-to-peer counseling, awards and recognition, and volunteer opportunities such as the chance to join group mission trips.

Our custom-designed internal site, Ob Exchange, offers blog posts about what fellow hospitalists are up to, an active private forum, administrative information and more – all included in one convenient online space.


To view all our current openings, explore our interactive clinical recruiting map.

Our recruiters are always interested in talking with clinicians who would like to explore their job options. We encourage you to submit your information today!

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