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OBHG is happy to announce our 12th new partnership of 2018! In July, we began our obstetrics hospitalist program at Norman Regional Hospital in Norman, OK, as a Type A OB emergency department. This is our second partnerhsip in Oklahoma, along with St. John Medical Center in Tulsa.
A national physician shortage is looming and OB/GYNs are one of the top specialties at risk. An OB/GYN shortage represents both patient and organizational risk.
Ob Hospitalist Group CEO, Lenny Castiglione, was quoted in a recent article in Chief Executive on the role of a private equity CEO.
The new Ob Hospitalist Group CARE (Clinician Assistance, Recovery & Encouragement) peer support program was recently featured in the "Hospitalist movers and shakers" section of the Society of Hospital Medicine site The Hospitalist.
OBHG has published its inaugural Progress Notes, which details our perspective on industry trends, investments we've made, and successes we've had over the past year.
Bringing together a network of physicians with disparate shifts and geographic locations isn’t easy. Yet it’s important for clinicians to have an effective way to collaborate and network.
Just one of the many benefits Ob Hospitalist Group offers to its clinicians is its “Ob Exchange” online community.
Since OBHG's inception in 2006, we have celebrated many new partnerships. But this month we get to celebrate a first! Baycare's Winter Haven Hospital in Winter Haven, FL, is the first of our partners to hit their 10-year anniversary with us. They began their OBHG partnership in July 2008, and our team there continues to thrive.
Dr. Marc Zepeda, an OBHG hospitalist at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-McKinney in McKinney, TX, recently wrote an op-ed published in D CEO Healthcare magazine outlining three things obstetricians and healthcare workers can do to help reduce maternal mortality in Texas and across the U.S. Read the article here.