OBHG welcomes new Chief Human Resources Officer

By OBHG Marketing on September 8th, 2017

(GREENVILLE, SC) — Ob Hospitalist Group, the largest OB/GYN hospitalist employer in the nation, is pleased to welcome Traci Bowen as new Chief Human Resources Officer. Bowen will be an integral member of the leadership team, guiding the company’s continued growth and building on its reputation as a healthcare industry leader.  

“I was drawn to Ob Hospitalist Group’s innovative model and dedication to improving women’s healthcare,“ says Bowen. “The positive culture, strong mission and commitment to both hospitalist and support employees makes the company a very desirable place to work. I’m thrilled to be a part of this team.”

Bowen comes to OBHG with more than 20 years of human resources experience and a successful track record of developing strategy, leading change initiatives, building cohesive teams and managing complex programs. She was most recently employed as Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Adeptus Health, the nation's largest operator of free standing ambulatory emergency room services.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration with an emphasis in finance and economics from Texas A&M University, and a Senior Certified Professional credential from the Society for Human Resource Management. 

“People are the primary focus in our business,” says OBHG Chief Executive Officer Lenny Castiglione. “Ms. Bowen brings exceptional skills and expertise to this important role, along with years of experience working with national physician and clinical teams. We are excited to bring her on board.”

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