Searching for the perfect OB/GYN job in Virginia? Our footprint is constantly growing, and we currently have more than 15 opportunities across the state of Virginia. As the nation’s largest and only dedicated OB hospitalist provider, we offer a variety of options for Virginia OB/GYNs seeking a satisfying career path, greater flexibility, more time with family, full benefits, leadership opportunities and freedom from business concerns.
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Our Virginia clinicians enjoy rewarding work along with compensation competitive with private practice. OBs receive full medical, dental, vision and RX benefits, CME allowance, tail coverage, comprehensive leadership training, and access to an internal support network of more than 1,500 OB/GYN colleagues.
Hear what our clinicians have to say
Every day, our designated clinical recruiters help clinicians around the country find the program that’s right for them. Read our clinician profiles and learn firsthand what it’s like to work with OBHG.
“Prior to joining OBHG, I spent time in the Navy, and then in a busy employed practice with a q2 call schedule. Though I enjoyed the variety of my practice and longstanding relationships with my patients, the burden of balancing the office, the OR, and labor and delivery was highly dissatisfying. More importantly, the schedule was starting to make me dislike what drew me into OB/GYN in the first place –delivering babies.
Fortunately, I was able to take advantage of an opening at Ob Hospitalist Group and reinvigorate my career while restoring my work-life balance. OBHG has allowed me to not only deliver babies, but also be the safety net for colleagues and participate in process improvement for an entire unit. Though different from relationships in the office, I have found building rapport with the patients very easy now because I have the time to sit down and actually talk to them. I can get heavily involved in academically interesting cases, again, because I have the time to do so on the unit.
Just as important as turning around my career satisfaction, the improvement in my work-life balance has also been extremely rewarding. I now work 6-7 shifts per month, and when I’m off, I am off. Everything is turned over to a colleague at the end of my shift, and I get to go home to my family. I now take my child to his activities and appointments, and also have time to do activities other than practice medicine. One year, for example, I had time to learn to pour concrete and rebuild my own porch – a far cry from my old life where I could not get through mowing the grass without my phone ringing.
Ob Hospitalist Group has opportunities that can help change your career track for the better. Imagine cutting out the most burdensome aspects of our specialty, and instead being able to focus on what attracted most of us to this line of work. Now imagine doing that while also giving yourself more than 20 days a month to spend with family. I can think of no better way to do this job. Once I starting working with OBHG, I never looked back.”
– Wesley Hodgson, MD
Market Medical Director, Ob Hospitalist Group
Featured OB/GYN job opportunities in Virginia
We’re hiring a variety of clinician roles in Virginia including OB/GYN hospitalists, Site Directors and nurse practitioners. Some of our programs with OB hospitalist job openings in Virginia include:
StoneSprings Hospital Center is a full-service care medical and surgical facility that serves residents in Loudoun County. A member of the HCA Healthcare System, it performs about 900 deliveries annually. The hospital provides midwifery services, welcomes and supports private doula care, and offers a range of courses covering childbirth, infant care and breastfeeding.
Reston Hospital Center is a 187-bed acute care hospital that serves the Northern Virginia region and has been recognized by The Joint Commission as one of the Top Performers on Key Quality Measures™. It has private labor and birthing rooms, designated operating rooms for Cesarean sections, and maternity rooms. The hospital is home to a level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Inova Women’s Hospital is part of an 833-bed medical campus. Inova Women’s Hospital is one of the busiest obstetrics programs in the Washington, D.C. metro area and is home to a level IV NICU, an antenatal testing center, a fetal care program for at-risk pregnancies and private labor-delivery rooms.
Sentara RMH Medical Center currently sees approximately 1,800 annual deliveries and 3,000 annual triage visits. Sentara RMH Medical Center has been awarded the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospital for Maternity Care (2022-23). The hospital provides spacious, private rooms, low intervention birthing suites, whirlpool tubs, multiple pain-relieving options, Caesarean birth operating room, and daily consults with lactation specialists.
Mary Washington Hospital is a 437-bed, not-for-profit, full-service surgical and acute care facility. It is home to a level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), private, newly renovated labor, delivery, and recovery rooms, and dedicated Cesarean section rooms.
Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center is a community hospital with 133 beds that offers acute care, a surgical facility and provides a full range of integrated women’s health services. It has been designated as an AAGL Center of Excellence for Minimally Invasive Gynecology. The hospital houses a Level II NICU, and offers prenatal care, birthing specialists and mammogram services.
Memorial Regional Medical Center is a 225-bed full-service hospital that serves Richmond, Hanover County and Henrico County as well as Virginia’s Northern Neck. The hospital is home to a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), private labor-delivery-recovery suites, obstetrical critical care for high-risk pregnancies, maternal-fetal medicine and ongoing educational programs for new families.
Henrico Doctors’ Hospital is the largest delivery hospital in Richmond and currently provides about 4,500 annual deliveries. The facility has provided maternity services for 30 years, and is known for safe, supportive and evidence-based women’s care. The first in Virginia to earn The Joint Commission’s Perinatal Care Certification, Henrico Doctors’ Women’s Hospital also received the Labor and Delivery Excellence Award designated by Healthgrades™ – placing it in the top 10 percent of all hospitals evaluated for exceptional care of mothers during labor and delivery.
Johnston-Willis Hospital is a 292-bed facility offering acute care and a surgical facility that has served the Richmond and Central Virginia community since 1909. It is home to a level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a high-risk antepartum unit, private labor/delivery/recovery suites, and educational classes for new parents.
Southside Regional Medical Center, part of the Catholic Bon Secours system, is a 300-bed facility located on a 50-acre campus with nearly 400 physicians representing more than 40 specialties. It currently sees about 1,800 annual deliveries. The hospital serves the Richmond, VA area including the communities of Petersburg, Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Fort Lee and Chester. Southside Regional serves as a center for both learning and practicing innovative medicine, with three professional schools on the campus and seven satellite outpatient centers. It offers state-of-the-art labor and delivery rooms, specialty care for newborns, private family suites, certified nurse-midwife services and doula-trained nurses, lactation consultants and birthing classes.
Chesapeake Regional is an independent, community-focused system that provides high quality, technologically advanced health care. The facility offers several pain management options, breastfeeding classes, a lactation store and postpartum support. It is a Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Distinction Center+ for Maternity Care, and was recognized as a Five-Star Recipient for Vaginal Delivery in 2017 and 2018, and a Five-Star Recipient for C-Section Delivery for the last three consecutive years.
Norton Community Hospital currently sees approximately 272 annual deliveries. Norton Community Hospital (NCH) offers families private, safe and homelike birthing rooms. NCH also hosts breastfeeding/lactation classes, prenatal classes and postpartum care. Maternal-fetal specialists are on staff to help manage high-risk pregnancies and offer genetic counseling. The hospital has a NICU for babies born with special health needs.
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