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Please help us welcome USC Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale, CA, to the OBHG family! In July, they kicked off a part-time OB triage program. This partnership is OBHG's 17th program to start in 2019.
We would like to welcome CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital in Texarkana, TX, to the OBHG family! Earlier this month, we kicked off a full-time, Type-A OB emergency department (OBED). This partnership is OBHG's 15th program to start in 2019.
Please formally welcome Chester County Hospital in West Chester, PA to the OBHG family! We launched our latest partnership earlier this month, providing full-time triage. Chester County Hospital is part of the Penn Medicine system. This is OBHG's 14th program to start in 2019 and our third partnership in Pennsylvania.
Good Samaritan Hospital, in Suffern, NY, was looking to improve patient safety in their L&D, support their midwifery practice and alleviate the on-call burden for community obstetricians.
The facility partnered with OBHG to launch a new hospitalist program in 2017, and local midwifery and OB/GYN practices have been thriving ever since.
Please formally welcome St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, OR, to the OBHG family! We recently kicked off a full-time OB triage program with plans to convert to a full-time, Type A OBED. This partnership is OBHG's 12th program to start in 2019.
We would like to welcome Mercy Hospital Fort Smith in Fort Smith, AR to the OBHG family! Earlier this month, we kicked off a full-time, Type A OBED. This partnership is OBHG's 11th program to start in 2019.
We are excited to welcome Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, FL to the OBHG family! In early June, we kicked off a part-time OB triage program with plans to convert to a full-time, type A OBED in year two. This is OBHG's 10th partnership to start in 2019.
The family practice residency program at Cox Medical Center South once relied on a single community OB/GYN for on-call C-section coverage and OB support. Cox South, located in Springfield, MO, has a high-risk patient population, with a large portion of patients on Medicaid. The residency program accepts high-risk patient transfers from its partner maternal fetal medicine practice, which are even higher risk. Residents were tasked with caring for these high-risk OB patients with minimal support.
How long does it take for an OBHG program to make a difference? In less than one week, Mercy Hospital Fort Smith is already seeing positive impacts of the hospital’s new obstetric emergency department easing tension off the main emergency department.
Please help us welcome Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital to the OBHG family! In May, we launched a full-time, Type A OBED.