OB hospitalist programs demonstrate value – A research study compilation

Hospitals across the U.S. are continuing to adopt OB hospitalist programs at a rapid rate, with many employing the original Obstetrics Emergency Department (OBED) architecture in line with the vision of OBHG’s founder, Dr. Chris Swain.

Although there is a variation between types of programs, a wide body of evidence supports that the OB hospitalist model delivers benefits for patients, obstetric providers and hospitals.

See below for our compilation of some of the research that’s been published about the impact of OB hospitalist programs.

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OBHG partners with Marshall Medical Center in Placerville, CA

Welcome, Marshall Medical Center in Placerville, CA to the OBHG family with a Maternal Health Access Solutions (MHAS) program. The solution designed for Marshall Medical...


Case study: OB hospitalist program provides consistency of care and staffing for growing hospital

UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City, NY was working with a private physician group for obstetric services and coverage was...


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. One area that requires continual coverage and emergent care is...


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...


Welcome Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, CT to the OBHG family

Welcome, Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, CT to the OBHG family with the implementation of a full-time obstetric emergency department program.

Norwalk Hospital currently sees 800 annual deliveries...


OBHG partners with Texas Health Hospital Rockwall in Rockwall, TX

OBHG is excited to partner with Texas Health Hospital Rockwall in Rockwall, TX to implement a part-time OB Triage program with an OBED program planned for February...


OBHG partners with Anderson Regional Medical Center - North Campus in Meridian, MS

OBHG is thrilled to announce a partnership with Anderson Regional Medical Center - North Campus in Meridian, MS to establish a part-time OB Triage program.

Anderson Regional...


Podcast: The evolution of OB hospitalist medicine

OBHG’S Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Simon discusses the evolution of OB hospitalist medicine in the latest episode of The Obstetrics Podcast.

Dr. Simon has...


OBHG welcomes Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Reno, NV

Welcome Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center Reno, NV to the OBHG family with our kick-off of a part-time OB Triage program.

Hospital leadership partnered with OBHG to aid program growth, support community...

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