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OBHG is happy to announce our 12th new partnership of 2018! In July, we began our obstetrics hospitalist program at Norman Regional Hospital in Norman, OK, as a Type A OB emergency department. This is our second partnerhsip in Oklahoma, along with St. John Medical Center in Tulsa.
Since OBHG's inception in 2006, we have celebrated many new partnerships. But this month we get to celebrate a first! Baycare's Winter Haven Hospital in Winter Haven, FL, is the first of our partners to hit their 10-year anniversary with us. They began their OBHG partnership in July 2008, and our team there continues to thrive.
OBHG hospitalists are highly skilled clinicians who are in our partner hospitals 24/7/365. We asked our partners and a family who recently welcomed a new baby at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-South in Corpus Christi, TX, what would happen if OBHG weren't there during an emergency. Watch the video to find out what they said.
Good Samaritan Hospital's partnership with OBHG was recently featured in the news. The Suffern, NY hospital began its partnership with OBHG in 2017 on a part-time basis as an obstetrics triage, but it has recently transitioned to the only full-time obstetrics emergency department in the Hudson Valley.
OBHG is proud to announce its 11th new hospital partnership of 2018! Earlier this month, we launched a full-time OB triage at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Murrieta, CA.
OBHG has launched a hospitalist program at Aurora West Allis Medical Center in West Allis, Wisconsin, as a Type A OBED. The new partnership began in late May and is OBHG's 10th program to start in 2018.
Dr. Elliott Roberts went from private-practice OB/GYN to OBHG hospitalist at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Hear what he has to say about his new career path and the partnership that has grown between Ob Hospitalist Group and community OB/GYNs in western Tennessee.
One of the most common questions we get from potential hospital partners is: How will OBHG hospitalists collaborate with our private-practice OB/GYNs? Dr. Kathleen Rasmussen, Regional Medical Director of Women's Services for CHRISTUS Health, answers this question.
The OBHG program at Metropolitan Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas started May 15 as a Type A OBED. This is OBHG's 9th program to start in 2018.