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Do you want to know what it's really like to be an OBHG partner? Deena Kail shines some light on the seven-year partnership at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN. Deena is the executive director of West Tennessee Women's Center and the Ayers Children's Medical Center and was instrumental in building this flourishing partnership.
OBHG is excited to launch its eighth partnership of 2018 at North Central Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, TX. The new program started on April 25 as a Type A obstetrics emergency department.
OBHG launched its seventh new partnership of 2018 late last month! The program at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center in Wilkes Barre, PA, features full-time OB triage. We are excited for this new partnership and look forward to elevating the standard of women's healthcare in the Wilkes Barre community.
Teamwork is the watchword on the Labor and Delivery units in OBHG partner hospitals, and at UCHealth’s Memorial Hospital Central in Colorado Springs, the facility and hospitalist team have extended that teamwork mentality to their community’s midwives.
OBHG began our partnership with CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi - South in 2014. Since then, we have developed a strong relationship with the staff and community physicians to raise the standard of care for pregnant women. Watch the video below to see what Mark Casanova, President of CHRISTUS Spohn - South, and Lenora Sevcik, Director of Women's Services, have to say about the benefits of the partnership.
In April, OBHG launched its sixth OB hospitalist program of 2018. Carolinas HealthCare System University in Charlotte, NC, features a full-time OB triage FT triage.
Ob Hospitalist Group, the nation’s leading provider of OB/GYN hospitalist services, has announced the launch of its CARE program, a first-of-its-kind peer support initiative designed to support clinicians who are suffering from the psychological/emotional impact of an unexpected and adverse obstetrical event.
Obstetricians who are suffering vicarious trauma benefit from emotional first aid and peer-to-peer wraparound support.
Last year, a woman I was caring for in labor & delivery almost died.
She was suffering from an embolism characterized by sudden cardiorespiratory collapse and acute hemorrhage. In the simplest terms, she nearly died from an allergic reaction to amniotic micro-substances in her bloodstream that can cause severe bleeding and inability to provide oxygen to the organs in her body.
Midwifery is an ancient profession and midwives today still help women through their pregnancy, labor, and delivery every day. Ob Hospitalist Group has nearly 40 midwives working in our hospitalist programs across the United States and the number is growing. May 5 marks International Day of the Midwife, a celebration of the important and dedicated work of midwives across the globe.
Earlier this year, we talked with Annette Stier, director of women's & children's services at Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, WA, one of OBHG's longest-running partners. Providence St. Peter started their OBHG hospitalist program in 2010, and Annette has been there since the beginning. Hear what she has to say about the benefits a hospital gleans from an OBHG partnership versus developing their own OB hospitalist program.