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Meet Dr. Michael White, our lead hospitalist at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Grand Junction, CO. Dr. White recently performed surgery to deliver a baby and remove a uterus at the same time (to decrease the patient’s cancer risk).
The journey starts here! Ob Hospitalist Group has announced a new option for talented OB/GYNs interested in practicing hospitalist medicine - the Diplomat program.
OBHG welcomes our 14th new hospital partnership of 2018, St. Mary's Hospital in Athens, GA. The program began on Aug. 8 as a Type A obstetrics emergency department.
The following OBHG partner hospitals were recently recognized as top-ranked regional hospitals in U.S. News & World Report’s 2018-2019 annual review of its best hospitals.
Ob Hospitalist Group is excited to announce that we have partnered with three South Carolina hospitals to develop three new obstetric emergency departments:
Charleston - Bon Secours St. Francis
Columbia - Palmetto Health Baptist
Florence - McLeod Regional Medical Center
OBHG is excited to announce its 13th new partnership of 2018! We began a new OB hospitalist program with UCHealth's Memorial Hospital North in Colorado Springs, CO, in early August.
OBHG has been named to Inc. 5000’s Hall of Fame for being named one of the fastest-growing private companies in America for six consecutive years.
OBHG recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of its successful partnership with St. David’s North Austin Medical Center. Since July 2008, OBHG clinicians have provided 24/7 coverage for St. David’s Labor and Delivery unit, Obstetric Emergency Department and most recently, management of maternal-fetal transports.
In 2016, OBHG and one of our system partners undertook a study to analyze the key risk mitigation strategies that resulted in favorable loss trends/claim reduction for the system in recent years. The study found that a 31 percent reduction in perinatal serious-harm events at hospitals was attributable to one factor: implementation of an OB hospitalist program at those facilities.