Birmingham, Alabama

Hospital Information

The hospital is a 607-bed, full-service acute care and surgical center, and has served the Birmingham community for more than 90 years. It has earned an International Board of Certified Lactation Consultant Care Award and a Joint Commission Disease Specific Certification in Perinatal Care. The facility is home to Alabama's first dedicated women's hospital, a high-risk pregnancy unit, a level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and a breastfeeding center.

The Location

Birmingham is located in Jefferson County, Alabama. It is the state's largest city with more than 1.1 million residents in the metropolitan area.

The city's economy is powered by manufacturing, education, healthcare, banking, telecommunications, insurance, construction and engineering.

Birmingham is served by Interstates 20, 65, 59, 22 and 45; the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority bus, trolley and paratransit system; and the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.

Arts and Entertainment

Birmingham has a thriving arts and cultural presence, which includes the Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, McWane Science Center, Alabama Ballet, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Opera Birmingham, the historic Alabama Theatre, the Birmingham Children's Theatre, and numerous art galleries, restaurants and independent shops. The city has three major nightlife districts, including Five Points South, Lakeview and Uptown.

Birmingham hosts many festivals and events throughout the year, including the Southern Heritage Festival, Taste of 4th Avenue Jazz Festival, the Halloween attraction Sloss Fright Furnace, Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, the Greek Festival, Alabama Bound book festival and many more.

Other popular attractions include the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Birmingham Zoo, Splash Adventure, Red Mountain and The Summit lifestyle center, to name a few.

Birmingham has more green space per capita than any other city in the United States and residents enjoy hiking, biking, golfing and fishing (the city is known as the "Bass Capital of the World") year-round.


Birmingham is served by Birmingham City Schools, Jefferson County School System, Shelby County School System and many other independent school districts as well as a number of private schools.

The city is home to numerous institutions of higher education, including the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Samford University, Miles College, Birmingham School of Law, Miles Law School, Birmingham-Southern College, Jefferson State Community College, Virginia College, Lawson State Community College and University of Montevallo.

The Opportunity

Ob Hospitalist Group has a partnership with this facility to provide Board Certified OB/GYN hospitalists. Our hospitalists are the cornerstone of OBHG's success and, as such, are among our most valuable resources. We consistently place highly skilled practitioners by offering a full range of benefits, including outstanding compensation, flexibility to create your own work schedule (typically 8 -10 shifts per block) and paid med-mal coverage.

Angela Rexroat

Please contact your personal Senior Clinical Recruiter, Angela Rexroat or call her directly at 864.908.3730 for more information about this opportunity.

If you are passionate about people and committed to delivering excellence with each patient encounter we welcome you to join us on our journey to elevate the standard of women’s healthcare. View our other opportunities to practice the medicine you desire while living the life you deserve.

Job listings in Birmingham, Alabama

Board Certified OB/GYN Hospitalists

Recruiter: Angela Rexroat
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Hospital Code: BBMC-BirAL

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