Did you know that Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) hires residents? That’s right, you could step into an exciting, stable, and highly rewarding career right out of residency! Many of our positions are open to board-eligible OB/GYNs.
Life as a hospitalist
OBHG hospitalists work in close partnership with local OB/GYNs and provide a crucial safety net for physicians, hospitals and patients. Our goal is to ensure that every pregnant woman who presents to the hospital is seen by a highly skilled physician, every time.
On an ordinary day, our hospitalists may triage patients in the obstetric emergency department, handle OB emergencies, manage labor, deliver babies, perform gynecological surgeries or surgery assists, and care for unassigned patients.
But that’s not all – many serve on hospital committees, volunteer at clinics, write articles for national publications, design quality improvement initiatives, do research, advance to leadership positions within the company, and ultimately drive positive change for women’s health.
When you think of a career in medicine, the idea of flexibility doesn’t usually come to mind. The pathway Dr. Rebecca Cisneros found desirable was a career as an OB hospitalist—starting with a side gig at Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) during her fellowship.
To listen to an in-depth conversation on this topic with Dr. Rebecca Cisneros, hit the play button below:
When you’re off, you’re off!
As an OB hospitalist, you can work 7-9 shifts per month and earn as much as you would in private practice. But you’ll focus on patients, not paperwork, and you’ll never be on call.
If you have children or are looking to start a family in the future, you know the value of time – for loved ones and for yourself.
Work/life balance is a notoriously elusive goal for obstetricians, but a predictable, flexible schedule can go a long way toward achieving it.
Our programs are (nearly) everywhere
Right now, OBHG has more than 250 hospital partners across the U.S., with new locations added every month. If you join our team but decide to relocate later on, you’ll have the option to transfer to another program for peace of mind! See all our locations here.
We are proud to offer our hospitalists:
- Competitive compensation
- Flexible schedules (Typically 7–9 shifts per 28-day block)
- No on-call responsibility
- CME allowance and 401k employer match
- Leadership training and career advancement opportunities
- Paid medical malpractice insurance with tail
- Full medical benefits including dental and vision
- Collegial, team-based work environment
- Ongoing professional training and development
- Volunteer opportunities for group medical mission trips
- Regional and national physician support and resources
- SOGH membership benefits
- Awards and recognitions
- Engagement opportunities
- Health & wellness benefits
Interested in joining the OB hospitalist revolution? You can send us your information now, explore our current opportunities, or talk with one of our clinical recruiters to determine if hospitalist work is right for you.