Be our guest in Nashville on May 4!

By OBHG Marketing on March 16th, 2019

OBHG invites all OB/GYNs, OB residents and certified nurse midwives to be our guests at a special reception in the Music City!

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What services do OBHG hospitalists provide? (A hospital partner’s viewpoint)

By OBHG Marketing on March 14th, 2019

On call for pregnancy issues 24 hours a day. An extra layer of safety for emergency deliveries and complications before or after childbirth. Click here to read a perspective published by one of our hospital partners on the role and benefits of our OB hospitalists. 

Listening to our customers – the results of our recent hospital partner survey

By OBHG Marketing on March 12th, 2019

As the market leader, OBHG is always looking for opportunities to drive continuous improvement in women’s health and maternal outcomes. With this mindset, we undertook an intensive survey process where we asked for feedback from our current hospital partners to understand how we are meeting their expectations and opportunities for us to continue to improve the service we provide to hospital administration, hospital staff and their patients.

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Dr. Jane van Dis discusses TIME’S UP Healthcare campaign

By OBHG Marketing on March 8th, 2019

OBHG Medical Director for Business Development Dr. Jane van Dis was recently interviewed by KTLA TV about TIME'S UP Healthcare - an initiative she co-founded. 

The campaign's goal is to create equitable workplaces and a culture where victims of gender discrimination or sexual harassment feel safe coming forward.

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OBHG site director quoted about hospital’s efforts to reduce maternal risks

By OBHG Marketing on March 7th, 2019

A newly published article in the Louisville Courier Journal highlights the low rate of childbirth complications at Norton Women and Children’s Hospital, an OBHG partner hospital. Dr. Keehn Hosier, OBHG site director at Norton, along with Dr. Jennifer Evans, Norton’s system president of women’s and pediatric services, were quoted in the article about Norton’s steps to further reduce complications among pregnant and postpartum women.

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OBHG celebrates the first National Hospitalist Day!

By OBHG Marketing on March 7th, 2019

March 7, 2019 is the inaugural National Hospitalist Day, launched by the Society of Hospital Medicine to recognize the fastest growing specialty in modern medicine.

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Hospitalist partnership helps OB/GYNs achieve greater work-life balance and boosts patient safety

By OBHG Marketing on March 5th, 2019

Imagine being a healthcare provider with a full day of patient appointments, and every few hours, you must leave the office and tend to an issue in the hospital’s labor and delivery unit. This is what it’s like for private-practice OB/GYNs who are also responsible for call coverage. Baton Rouge General noticed that the process put a strain on physicians’ ability to provide high patient satisfaction  in their clinics, and it caused decreased patient safety in the labor and delivery unit. In addition, it took a toll on  OB/GYN work-life balance.

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The need for more personal space later in pregnancy

By OBHG Marketing on March 4th, 2019

A new study confirms that pregnant women in their third trimester have a greater need for more personal space around them. Dr. Samira Tahtawi, Ob Hospitalist Group site director at WakeMed Cary Hospital in North Carolina, tells Parents.com that it is important for women to maintain the 'protective bubble' through the late trimester to deflect any harm to the fetus.

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A decade of elevating women’s healthcare!

By OBHG Marketing on February 28th, 2019

Ob Hospitalist Group has been serving patients for more than 12 years, and many OBHG physicians have carried out that mission for nearly as long as the organization has existed!

We are thrilled that these exceptional obstetricians chose to work with us, and we are proud to recognize their dedication to improving care for mothers and babies.

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The OB hospitalist model from a nurse’s perspective

By OBHG Marketing on February 26th, 2019

Looking back on her days as an OB nurse, Shari Arner recollects the joys and challenges of her job. She graduated from LPN school in 1973 and became a registered nurse in 1977. Shari’s nursing career took her from Michigan to Arizona and lasted 41 years, most of which she worked in the L&D unit. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing and spent some time in management as well as taught OB nursing students at the local community college.

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