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(GREENVILLE, SC) – Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) is proud to be on Inc. 5000’s Honor Roll for being named one of the fastest-growing private companies in America for five consecutive years. OBHG is ranked 2,761 in 2017 in part due to a 124% growth in revenue over the last three years. Of the tens of thousands of companies that have applied to the Inc. 5000 over the years, only a fraction has made the list more than once. A mere seven percent have made the list five times.
Founded in 2006, OBHG’s national network has grown to include more than 560 dedicated OB hospitalists in 124 active and onboarding partner hospitals across 28 states. This growth means more expectant mothers have access to immediate care when presenting to the hospital with obstetrical complaints regardless of time, location, complication, or circumstance.
“OBHG’s growth is a clear indication that we are filling a need in obstetrics and that our services are valued by patients, hospitals, and community physicians alike,” said OBHG CEO Lenny Castiglione. “We continue to increase the safety and quality of obstetrical units all over the country with our comprehensive approach that involves much more than simply providing a team of physicians. Our clinicians are not only experienced, they are passionate in how they engage with the L&D nursing teams and community physicians to reduce the number of serious safety events.”
In addition to being named to this year's Inc. 5000, OBHG has received other national and statewide honors. These awards include being named to South Carolina’s 25 Fastest-Growing Companies for five consecutive years and included in the Best Places to Work in South Carolina.
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