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 of maternal deaths and emphasize the critical role that data plays in identifying root causes and creating solutions to eliminate poor maternal health outcomes.
Maternal mortality continues to be a major issue in the United States. According to the CDC, over 80% of maternal deaths in our country are preventable. The causes of maternal mortality are numerous and complex. To prevent these tragic deaths...
OBHG is hiring in The Garden State – New OB/GYN jobs in New Jersey!
Looking for the perfect OB/GYN career in New Jersey? Our footprint is constantly growing, and we currently have more than 10...
OBHG welcomes Watauga Medical Center in Boone, NC
Welcome Watauga Medical Center in Boone, NC to the OBHG family with a Maternal Health Access Solution program. OBHG physicians will be on-site 24/7 with primary...
On the other side – A Chief Medical Officer’s birth story
What’s it like to be a patient in your own hospital if you’re also the Chief Medical Officer (CMO)?
Dr. Loren Robinson, Chief Medical Officer...
OB hospitalists – the maternal safety champions of labor and delivery
OB hospitalists play a vital role in managing obstetric emergencies, evaluating patients in the obstetric emergency department (OBED), covering labor and delivery, seeing unassigned...
Maternal Health Awareness Day & Maternal Mortality | OBHG
Did you know that approximately 60% of maternal deaths are preventable?
The American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG) highlights Maternal Health Awareness day on...