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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.
A special thank you for all who have served our country. We especially would like to recognize the OBHG clinicians and team members who gave their time and talent for their country. We feature some of our veterans who are now OBHG clinicians below.
Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG), the nation’s leading provider of customized OB/GYN hospitalist programs, today announced it has moved into new corporate offices at 777 Lowndes Hill Road, Building 1 in Greenville, South Carolina to accommodate continued company growth, expanding from four disparate office buildings to 43,805 square feet at the new location.
We are pleased to announce that our 20th partnership of 2018 began in October. WakeMed Hospital North in Raleigh, NC is the newest addition to the OBHG family!
Obstetrics is a highly-charged environment. Under the traditional “call model” of hospital obstetrics, siloed care can create an atmosphere ripe for error.