Earlier this year, we talked with Annette Stier, director of women’s & children’s services at Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, WA, one of OBHG’s longest-running partners. Providence St. Peter started their OBHG hospitalist program in 2010, and Annette has been there since the beginning. Hear what she has to say about the benefits a hospital gleans from an OBHG partnership versus developing their own OB hospitalist program.
What your hospital is missing with a DIY OB hospitalist program
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