OBHG announces partnership with Magnolia Regional Health Center in Corinth, MS

Welcome Magnolia Regional Health Center in Corinth, MS to the OBHG family with a Maternal Health Access Solutions (MHAS) Program. This obstetric services model includes providing three physicians, each working 5 days on and 10 days off, providing hospital coverage and outpatient support, and supplementing the existing physician in the market.

Magnolia Regional Health Center currently sees approximately 350 annual deliveries. The hospital is looking to the partnership to ensure access to care and improve outcomes for the community.

This partnership is our 10th program in Mississippi and it’s...


OBHG partners with Cox Monett Hospital in Monett, MO

Please formally welcome Cox Monett Hospital in Monett, MO to the OBHG family with the recent kick-off of an OBHG Maternal Health Access Solutions (MHAS) program. The...


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Did you know that approximately 60% of maternal deaths are preventable?

The American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG) highlights Maternal Health Awareness day on...

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