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Please help us welcome USC Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale, CA, to the OBHG family! In July, they kicked off a part-time OB triage program. This partnership is OBHG's 17th program to start in 2019.
Please formally welcome Houston Methodist Sugar Land, in Sugar Land, TX, to the OBHG family! In July, we launched a full-time, Type A OB emergency department. This is OBHG's 16th partnership to start in 2019.
Amidst rising maternal mortality and morbidity rates in the U.S., The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) recently released their latest perspective on levels of maternal care. The purpose of maternal levels of care is to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality and existing disparities by implementing “uniform definitions, a standardized description of maternity facility capability and personnel, and a framework for integrated systems that addresses maternal health needs.” The birthing facility levels are: basic (level 1); specialty care (level II), subspecialty care (level III) and regional perinatal health care centers (level IV).
We would like to welcome CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital in Texarkana, TX, to the OBHG family! Earlier this month, we kicked off a full-time, Type-A OB emergency department (OBED). This partnership is OBHG's 15th program to start in 2019.
Ob Hospitalist Group is pleased to announce that we are entering the Ohio market! We are excited to be partnering with Mercy Medical Center in Canton to develop our first obstetrical emergency department in the state.
Please formally welcome Chester County Hospital in West Chester, PA to the OBHG family! We launched our latest partnership earlier this month, providing full-time triage. Chester County Hospital is part of the Penn Medicine system. This is OBHG's 14th program to start in 2019 and our third partnership in Pennsylvania.
Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) is celebrating a milestone - the company has grown to more than 1,000 employees nationwide, with clinicians making up the majority (nearly 80 percent) of OBHG's workforce. The rapidly escalating demand for OB hospitalist medicine combined with the breadth of OBHG’s services have resulted in strong company growth and network expansion. With a growing clinician base (and team members to support OBHG's clinicians), OBHG hospitalists are able to provide care to even more pregnant women and babies.
We are proud to announce the winners of our most recent You Delivered! peer recognition awards. The program recognizes and rewards one clinician and one support team member who truly exemplify our core values (Passion for People, Delivering Excellence, Genuine Service, Principled Leadership, and Uncompromised Integrity) each quarter.
Congratulations to Dr. Nicolai Hinds and Kat Davis for being recognized for being exemplary models of living our core values.
Good Samaritan Hospital, in Suffern, NY, was looking to improve patient safety in their L&D, support their midwifery practice and alleviate the on-call burden for community obstetricians.
The facility partnered with OBHG to launch a new hospitalist program in 2017, and local midwifery and OB/GYN practices have been thriving ever since.
Dr. Christina Dothager, an OBHG clinician working in Greenville, Illinois and Terre Haute, Indiana recently offered her insights to Parents.com about how to use a peri bottle for postpartum pain. Read the full article here.