OBHG offers prestigious travel program for experienced OB/GYNs
In Ob Hospitalist Group’s (OBHG) prestigious Diplomat program, experienced OB/GYNs lead diverse medical teams and improve outcomes for moms and babies across the country. This elite program gives practiced physicians the opportunity to travel and practice medicine in partner hospitals nationwide while earning a competitive salary comparable to private practice.
Because each hospital has unique cultures, goals and expectations, no two programs look alike. Each one is tailored to the hospital’s specific needs:
“Some programs we come into have quality problems, they have high C-section rates,...
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