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Even during the holidays, hospitals never close and newborns never take a day off. Yet OB/GYNs often struggle to strike the right balance between their professional responsibility to care for patients over the holidays and spending time with family.
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.
The tragedy of the U.S. maternal mortality rate is unacceptable, and steps must be taken to end preventable maternal death in the U.S. OBHG supports H.R. 1318/S. 1112, bipartisan legislation that helps states establish or improve their maternal mortality review committees to examine maternal death cases and identify locally-relevant ways to prevent future deaths.
Dr. Robert Southwick, an OB Hospitalist Group clinician at Aurora West Allis Medical Center in Wisconsin was recently featured in an Inside Edition story about a patient who gave birth to her daughter on the way to the hospital.
You could step into an exciting, stable, and highly rewarding career right out of residency! Ob Hospitalist Group is pleased to announce that many of our positions are now open to board eligible OB/GYNs.
OBHG has launched its 22nd new partnership of 2018! The full-time, Type A OBED opened earlier this month at The Hospitals of Providence East Campus in El Paso, TX.
Please formally welcome Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster, MD, to the OBHG family! This partnership is the 21st OBHG program to start in 2018 and the first partnership in Maryland.
What role does the OB hospitalist play in the critical care team? How can medical teams achieve high levels of efficiency in working together?
With the all of the appropriate attention on maternal health, what are some of the actions we can take to improve patient safety? OBHG Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Simon weighs in on “Rethinking the Delivery of Maternal Care.”
OBHG’s new OB hospitalist program at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Georgia proved its worth on the first day. Hours after the program launched, an expectant mother arrived in distress. She was immediately seen by Dr. Davis Sullivan, OBHG hospitalist and site medical director at Phoebe Putney.