Study shows that severe maternal morbidity decreased with use of OB hospitalists

A new study shows that hospitals with 24/7 coverage of OB hospitalists have lower levels of severe maternal morbidity than those that use non-hospitalist OB/GYN providers. Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) clinicians Dr. Amy VanBlaricom and Dr. Dyanne Tappin participated in the research, published in the Journal of Patient Safety.

The study included data from hospitals listed in USA TODAY’s 2019 article, “Deadly deliveries: Childbirth complications rates at maternity hospitals.” Through surveys conducted by the researchers, information on the presence or absence of 24/7 continuous providers...


Where will you land this winter? OBHG has new OB/GYN jobs across the country!

Whether you’re a snowbird at heart, thrive in colder temperatures or dream of living in a warmer climate, Ob Hospitalist Group...


OBHG congratulates our Clinical Leadership Award winners

Four exceptional OBHG Site Director honorees are selected for OBHG’S Clinical Leadership Awards each year. These awards are presented at our...


What’s it like to practice as an OB hospitalist? FREE live event for OB/GYN residents

If you’re set on a career in OB/GYN and your interests span beyond private practice, pursuing OB hospitalist medicine could be a great fit....


Welcome Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta, OH to the OBHG family

Welcome Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta, OH to the OBHG family with a kick-off of a part-time OB hospitalist program. This is the 11TH OBHG program to start in 2022!

Marietta Memorial Hospital is...


National Hospital Week with OBHG

Happy National Hospital Week to our 180+ partners across the country! Your collaboration enables us to elevate the standard of women's healthcare nationwide. We...


OBHG California hospital partners recognized for efforts in improving pregnancy outcomes

Nearly half of OBHG’s current hospital partners in California were recently recognized by the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative (CMQCC) for their maternal quality...


OBHG’s clinical leadership leads to better outcomes in maternal safety

At OBHG, our clinicians play a vitally important role in ensuring the success of our programs, leading efforts to build strong relationships within the...


Women’s History Month: Celebrating Women in Obstetrics

To commemorate Women’s History Month, Ob Hospitalist Group is celebrating the generations of women who have dedicated their lives and careers to delivering babies.



2020 Progress Notes highlights OBHG's clinical leadership

We are pleased to share OBHG’s 2020 Progress Notes with you. Progress Notes gives us the opportunity to look back and highlight some of...

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