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OBHG formally welcomed HCA's Johnston Willis Hospital in Richmond, VA, to the family on Dec. 19, 2018! Johnston Willis was OBHG's 27th new partnership in 2018 and it launched as full-time triage that will later transition to a full-time, Type A program.
Each quarter, our OBHG colleagues commend their peers for going above and beyond with the You Delivered! peer-to-peer recognition program. For Q3 2018, OBHG recognizes Dr. David Lang and Sara Young with the You Delivered! award.
Please formally welcome Palmetto Health Baptist in Columbia, SC, to the OBHG family with a full-time, Type A OBED! This partnership was the 26th program to start in 2018 and the sixth OBHG partnership in the state of South Carolina.
It's a brand new year, and the ideal time to reflect and determine any changes you'd like to make in the months to come.
If you've been curious about the hospitalist lifestyle, read on! Here are a few of the most compelling reasons to join OBHG and reinvent your career:
OBHG is pleased to welcome our 24th new partner of 2018, United Health Services' Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City, NY!
We are excited to announce our new partnership with TriStar Centennial Medical Center in Nashville, TN! OBHG's OB emergency department launched at TriStar Centennial on Dec. 15 and was the 25th new program to launch in 2018.
Whether it’s delivering the first baby of the new year or attending to a patient in the middle of the night, OBHG physicians are there for patients, hospitals and community physicians. In fact, two babies delivered by OBHG hospitalists on New Year's Day were featured in local news stories about the first babies of the new year.
By: S. Todd Bashuk, MD, Ob Hospitalist Group Medical Director of Operations based out of Fayetteville, AR
Ah, the holidays. I remember being in med school and my family celebrating Thanksgiving in Atlanta while I was in St. Louis studying for finals. I thought it was no big deal – I’d have privacy to study, and frankly, going to my brother’s house and eating turducken wasn’t exactly Disney World. I could not have been more wrong. Domino’s does not make a turkey and dressing pizza nor does Hunan Wok make General Tso’s turkey. But as much as my brother annoys me, I missed his Bill O’Reilly rant and his turducken. When it was time to celebrate the new year, I sat alone in a call room, eating cafeteria-pressed turkey while the world celebrated. I missed my dad’s collard greens and black-eyed peas.
We are pleased to welcome Saint Mary's Hospital in Waterbury, CT to the OBHG family as a part-time weekend program. The program will transition to a full-time program by February 2019. This is OBHG's 23rd program to start in 2018.
Community OB physicians, nurses, hospital staff and OBHG team members recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of OBHG’s OB hospitalist program at Memorial Hospital Jacksonville, in Jacksonville, Florida. An inscribed plaque, cake and food were part of the commemorative event.