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...


Maternal Health Awareness Day – Know Why

The theme of this year’s Maternal Health Awareness Day is Know Why – intended to raise awareness about the underlying causes...


5 reasons for hospitals to partner with Ob Hospitalist Group for obstetric services

Hospitals across the nation are facing a crisis of operational, staffing and financial challenges as they emerge post-pandemic. One area that...


The Obstetrics Podcast: Benefits of an OB/GYN hospitalist career out of residency

To listen to an in-depth conversation on this topic with Dr. Rebecca Cisneros, hit the play button below:

When you think of a career in...


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) has great...


OBHG partners with Singing River Gulfport in Gulfport, MS

Welcome to the OBHG family, Singing River Gulfport in Gulfport, MS. In December, we kicked off the program with part-time coverage as we ramp...


Jumpstart the New Year with the Nation’s top OB hospitalist provider – Make 2023 the year for a balanced OB/GYN career

Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) is honored to represent a diverse group of nearly 1,400 physicians, midwives and nurse practitioners across the country. We care...


Welcome Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, CA to the OBHG family

Welcome, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, CA to the OBHG family with the implementation of a part-time obstetric triage program.

The program will support community physician work-life balance,...


Video: The role of an obstetric hospitalist and how our clinicians work with private practice physicians

OBHG’s Dr. Valinda Nwadike discusses the day in the life of an OB hospitalist and how our clinicians work with private practice physicians.

“An OB hospitalist is...


The 5 best obstetrics podcast episodes of 2022

As we kick off a new year, we thought we’d look back at some of our favorite obstetric podcasts from 2022.

The Obstetrics Podcast by...

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