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Tennessee has the 10th highest maternal death rate in the country. The Tennessee Department of Health recently issued a report on maternal deaths, noting that 78 women across the state died last year while pregnant or within one year of pregnancy in 2017. And 85 percent were preventable.
A growing number of hospitals are recognizing the benefits and safety of having an OB hospitalist program. Fox13 Tampa Bay recently visited AdventHealth Tampa to learn more about the hospital’s OBHG program.
“It’s a game-changer for women’s safety and the safety of their babies,” says Rebeccah Vires, perinatal/OB services nurse manager at AdventHealth Tampa. Watch the full video below.
Physician burnout is a serious matter with serious risks, but not an unsolvable one. Recently, OBHG's Medical Director of Operations, Dr. Susan Wilson, shared her perspective on physician burnout with Physician's Weekly.
Are you heading to the Big Easy for the 2019 ACOOG Annual Spring Conference March 24-28?
Ob Hospitalist Group will be exhibiting this year, and we’d love to meet you at booth #20!
OBHG invites all OB/GYNs, OB residents and certified nurse midwives to be our guests at a special reception in the Music City!
On call for pregnancy issues 24 hours a day. An extra layer of safety for emergency deliveries and complications before or after childbirth. Click here to read a perspective published by one of our hospital partners on the role and benefits of our OB hospitalists.
As the market leader, OBHG is always looking for opportunities to drive continuous improvement in women’s health and maternal outcomes. With this mindset, we undertook an intensive survey process where we asked for feedback from our current hospital partners to understand how we are meeting their expectations and opportunities for us to continue to improve the service we provide to hospital administration, hospital staff and their patients.
The campaign's goal is to create equitable workplaces and a culture where victims of gender discrimination or sexual harassment feel safe coming forward.
A newly published article in the Louisville Courier Journal highlights the low rate of childbirth complications at Norton Women and Children’s Hospital, an OBHG partner hospital. Dr. Keehn Hosier, OBHG site director at Norton, along with Dr. Jennifer Evans, Norton’s system president of women’s and pediatric services, were quoted in the article about Norton’s steps to further reduce complications among pregnant and postpartum women.