15 OBHG clinicians featured in the news

In celebration of OBHG’s 15th anniversary year, we are featuring 15 instances when OBHG clinicians were featured in the news. OBHG experts are regularly quoted in the news and contribute to a wide range of regional and national publications. Click on the highlighted media outlet link to read the full placement.

    1. Dr. Nicholas Kulbida authored an article for Physicians Practice about the ways bedside manner has changed and is transitioning to a new normal since the pandemic began.


    1. Dr. Denise Vilchez Cardenal was interviewed by Time about her decision to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as a pregnant physician.


    1. Dr. Jane van Dis co-authored an editorial for the Green Journal, the official journal of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), about advancing women’s health care through gender and racial equity.


    1. Dr. Rene Lockey shared how she decided whether to accept a leadership position in medicine and offered advice to other physicians contemplating leadership roles with Physicians Practice.


    1. Dr. Dwight Hooper wrote about why postpartum depression screening is more essential than ever in KevinMD.


    1. Dr. Rakhi Dimino authored a piece published in The Hill encouraging policy makers and health executives to partner in the battle against preeclampsia.


    1. Dr. Mark Simon shared his recommendations for improving maternal care in MD Magazine.


    1. Dr. Lisbeth Jordan talked about the Team Birth Project, designed to improve birth outcomes, decrease cesarean sections and increase patient engagement in Healthleaders.


    1. Dr. Alisa Erogbogbo wrote about cultural bias in medicine in an article published on MEDPAGE Today.


    1. Dr. Lakisha Crigler talked about OBHG’s OBED, a “novel approach to disrupt the state’s maternal and infant mortality trends,” in Mississippi Today.


    1. Dr. Angela Kim shared her decision to move from residency to an OB hospitalist career in In-Training


    1. Dr. Samira Tahtawi contributed to a Parents Magazine article about pregnant women needing more personal space.


    1. Dr. Susan Wilson shared her perspective on physician burnout with Physicians Weekly.


    1. Dr. Charlie Jaynes wrote about how healthcare organizations can prepare for new maternal care designations in Fierce Healthcare.


  1. Dr. Donald Toatley authored an article for Becker’s Healthcare about confronting the projected OB shortage.
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