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Ob Hospitalist Group is pleased to announce that we are entering the Maryland market! We are excited to be partnering with Carroll Hospital in Westminster to develop a brand new obstetric emergency department and hospitalist program.
OBHG hospitalists are highly skilled clinicians who are in our partner hospitals 24/7/365. We asked our partners and a family who recently welcomed a new baby at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-South in Corpus Christi, TX, what would happen if OBHG weren't there during an emergency. Watch the video to find out what they said.
Good Samaritan Hospital's partnership with OBHG was recently featured in the news. The Suffern, NY hospital began its partnership with OBHG in 2017 on a part-time basis as an obstetrics triage, but it has recently transitioned to the only full-time obstetrics emergency department in the Hudson Valley.
OBHG is proud to announce its 11th new hospital partnership of 2018! Earlier this month, we launched a full-time OB triage at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Murrieta, CA.
Ob Hospitalist Group, the nation's largest dedicated employer of OB hospitalists and the most experienced company in the industry, is seeking board-certified OB/GYNs for several open positions in desirable locations across the U.S.
If you're a highly skilled, passionate, and service-minded obstetrician ready to practice the medicine you love while enjoying an average of 21 days off per month, we would like to talk with you!
Most of us recognize quality when we see it. But having good data increases our confidence in the quality of care we provide.
That’s why Ob Hospitalist Group is committed to providing robust and comprehensive data reporting on all elements of performance by our partner programs, including quality. OBHG collects, audits, and analyzes our partner hospital data on a quarterly basis to monitor performance and identify areas of opportunity.
OBHG has launched a hospitalist program at Aurora West Allis Medical Center in West Allis, Wisconsin, as a Type A OBED. The new partnership began in late May and is OBHG's 10th program to start in 2018.
Dr. Elliott Roberts went from private-practice OB/GYN to OBHG hospitalist at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Hear what he has to say about his new career path and the partnership that has grown between Ob Hospitalist Group and community OB/GYNs in western Tennessee.
The vast majority of births and deliveries are joyful ones. Families celebrate the wonder of the new addition to their families, and clinicians go home at the end of the day with a sense of pride, deriving meaning from their professional lives. This is one of the reasons that many of us chose obstetrics in the first place.
But unfortunately, that is not always the case.
One of the most common questions we get from potential hospital partners is: How will OBHG hospitalists collaborate with our private-practice OB/GYNs? Dr. Kathleen Rasmussen, Regional Medical Director of Women's Services for CHRISTUS Health, answers this question.