Deliver the future
At OBHG we make care safer and more accessible for moms and babies. We help prevent physician burnout. We reduce risk for hospitals. And we make an incredible impact on patients’ lives.
When you join the rapidly growing community of exceptional OB/GYNs who have already chosen OBHG, you’ll have the opportunity to work with some of the best mission-driven obstetricians in the country and help shape the future of our specialty.
Listen to Rebecca Cisneros, MD discusses her experience working as an early career OBHG Hospitalist after graduating from her residency program on the Obstetrics Podcast:
Roles for the modern OB/GYN
We’re looking for intrepid young physicians who want to work at the forefront of women’s healthcare – improving processes and transforming care for moms and babies. Excellent clinical and communication skills are a must. Are you adept at relationship building? Is team-based care in your DNA? We’d love to talk with you.
Prepare for your boards
Our early career OB/GYNs receive individualized mentorship and guidance from OBHG clinical leadership, including expert assistance in gathering cases and preparing for oral boards. Some of our docs even opt to become board certified early!
Become a physician leader
We offer a structured, comprehensive leadership track through our Early Career OB/GYN Leadership Group for physicians interested in advancement. You’ll be encouraged to envision and build the professional life you want, on your timeline. And we’ll be there to provide the guidance and support you need every step of the way.
Choose your own adventure
Each OBHG program is different, because each hospital is different. You decide where you want to live, and the kind of work experience you want. And if you move, you’ll have the option to transfer. So far, we have more than 200 partner hospitals across 34 states, and new locations are added on a continuing basis. The possibilities are endless!
The whole package
Our full-time benefits include:
- Competitive, stable compensation
- Potential to earn incentives
- Leadership training (dedicated track for early career physicians)
- No call duty (with most roles)
- Continuing medical education allowance
- Paid liability insurance
- Reimbursement for state licensure
- Medical, dental, vision and Rx benefits
- 401k retirement and company match
- Flexible scheduling
- Simulation training
- Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists (SOGH) membership
- Access to a unique peer-to-peer burnout support program
- A network of physician colleagues across the United States
Simply put, we’re the best at OB hospitalist medicine because it’s all we do. We revolutionized 24/7 obstetric care in 2006 – and we’ve been saving lives, expanding our national footprint, and leading the way ever since. The talented physicians who work within our programs are (literally) the heartbeat of this organization. That’s why we’re dedicated to creating and sustaining a truly equitable, diverse and clinician-centered culture.
Questions? Contact our friendly clinical recruiters at [email protected] or 800.967.2289.
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What do OBHG Hospitalists do? All of this and more.
- Handle OB/GYN emergencies
- Partner with private-practice physicians
- Evaluate and treat triage patients
- Provide consultation for other units in the hospital
- Deliver babies
- Perform surgeries and surgical assists
- Care for unassigned patients
- Help educate residents and medical students
- Provide leadership on labor and delivery
- Lead quality and improvement projects
- Build personal brands and become industry influencers
- Join hospital committees
- Participate in clinical trials
- Serve as a Maternal Safety Champion to ensure the best outcomes
OBHG clinicians are on hospital front lines 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The goal? Ensure every pregnant woman who presents to the hospital is evaluated and treated by a highly-skilled physician, every time.
As an OB/GYN hospitalist, you can work seven to nine shifts per month and earn as much as you would in private practice. But you’ll focus on patients, not paperwork, and you’ll never be on call for most roles. When you’re off, you’re off.