OBHG hospitalist delivers twins amidst Hurricane Harvey

By OBHG Marketing on August 30th, 2017

OBHG hospitalist Dr. Michelle Mulder delivered twins by C-section at Christus Spohn Hospital South as Hurricane Harvey hit Corpus Christi. Our hospitals and obstetrical emergency departments in the Corpus Christi and Houston area are open and treating patients during this disaster. Our teams of clinicians are ensuring that they can provide seamless coverage to all patients in need and have even doubled up on shifts. OBHG employees across the country continue to keep the victims of Harvey in their thoughts. 

"As the storm was headed toward Corpus Christie, OBHG clinicians Dr. Mulder and Dr. Davis made the call to put two clinicians on site until it passed," said OBHG Senior Medical Director of Operations Dr. Charles Jaynes. "We put two clinicians on shift at a time at three hospitals in the Houston area as well, some of whom spent up to six straight days at the hospital. These OBHG clinicians sacrificed riding out the hurricane with their families for ensuring that they could provide care to pregnant women and their babies who came into the hospital."

Read USA Today article here.

 

 

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