Launching an OB/GYN hospitalist career right out of residency
This article was updated on May 16, 2022
The OB/GYN specialty is characterized by a fast-paced environment and fulfilling work, but this role oftentimes has a reputation for a grueling lifestyle.
OBHG physician Dr. Angela Kim wishes to debunk that myth. “You can be an OB/GYN and also be balanced," she says. "One really good way to do that is by becoming a hospitalist."
Listen to Dr. Kim discuss her experience on the Obstetrics Podcast:
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