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A special thank you for all who have served our country. We especially would like to recognize the OBHG clinicians and team members who gave their time and talent for their country. We feature some of our veterans who are now OBHG clinicians below.
Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG), the nation’s leading provider of customized OB/GYN hospitalist programs, today announced it has moved into new corporate offices at 777 Lowndes Hill Road, Building 1 in Greenville, South Carolina to accommodate continued company growth, expanding from four disparate office buildings to 43,805 square feet at the new location.
We are pleased to announce that our 20th partnership of 2018 began in October. WakeMed Hospital North in Raleigh, NC is the newest addition to the OBHG family!
Obstetrics is a highly-charged environment. Under the traditional “call model” of hospital obstetrics, siloed care can create an atmosphere ripe for error.
Like many hospital departments, when it comes to the L&D unit, each physician makes his or her own clinical decisions based on their training and experience. Hospital leadership trusts that OB/GYNs are practicing the most up-to-date, evidence-based medicine from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). But what happens if they aren’t using the most current best practices? Patient safety can suffer, and as a result, medical malpractice risk increases. Read about why Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Denton sought out Ob Hospitalist Group's partnership to help standardize protocols and elevate patient safety.
We are pleased to announce our 19th new partnerhip of 2018! OBHG worked with WakeMed Cary Hospital in Cary, NC to launch a full-time, Type A obstetric emergency department earlier this month.
As part of Healthcare Quality Week, OBHG is focusing on the importance of quality, risk reduction and regulatory compliance in maximizing the quality of care delivered to patients throughout our network of OB hospitalist programs.
Today, OBHG Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Simon sent a letter to the House Ways and Means Committee raising concerns about the country’s maternal mortality rate. In his letter, Dr. Simon warned that one of the primary challenges to improving U.S. maternal-fetal outcomes is clinical discrepancies in how care is delivered for pregnant women.
Every day, OBHG’s clinical and operational leadership teams support our hospitalists in their programs. The medical director of operations, regional vice president of operations, and director of hospital operations work to help ensure that programs run smoothly and facilitate hospitalists’ success.
Dr. Alissa Erogbogbo, medical director of operations for the region that includes Northern California and Nevada, has been with OBHG since 2015.