OBHG hospitalists are highly skilled clinicians who are in our partner hospitals 24/7/365. We asked our partners and a family who recently welcomed a new baby at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-South in Corpus Christi, TX, what would happen if OBHG weren’t there during an emergency. Watch the video to find out what they said.
What would happen if OBHG hospitalists weren’t there?
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