One year later: How L&D has changed during the pandemic

It is hard to believe we have been practicing medicine in a COVID environment for about a year now. In that time, the way OBHG hospitalists perform our day-to-day activities has dramatically changed, and some of these changes may be here to stay. This has required our teams of OB hospitalists to be nimble even while under enormous stress with increased concern for their patients’ and families’ health as well as their own. Our teams have adapted to continually ensure that all patients receive...


Supporting our clinicians during the pandemic

Healthcare workers on the front lines are dealing with the dual stressors of caring for patients and saving lives as they...


OBHG publishes study: COVID-19 in pregnant women across the United States

OBHG has released a study about the first 200 COVID-19-positive pregnant patients who received care from OBHG clinicians in the hospital...


The Obstetrics Podcast: Bedside manner in the age of COVID-19

Meeting a patient for the first time while a physician is behind a mask or other PPE isn’t the ideal way to establish a...


OBHG COVID-19 patient encounters continue to increase

Exactly three weeks ago, we provided an update on the number of COVID-19-positive patients OBHG physicians and midwives have cared for since the virus...


Hospital obstetrics trends during COVID-19 pandemic | OBHG

Yesterday, we provided an update on the demographics of the COVID-19 patients OBHG clinicians have cared for across our network of hospital partners.

Today, we wanted...


Patient visits: Hospital obstetrics during COVID-19 | OBHG

Even before COVID-19 became a pandemic, OBHG began taking proactive measures to prepare our clinical teams and hospital partners. As the pandemic has continued...

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