VIDEO: FAQs with OBHG – How can working as an OB hospitalist extend my career?

As part of a new series, FAQs with OBHG, our teams met with clinicians to address common misconceptions about working as a hospitalist with Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG). For over 20 years prior to her career with Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG), Dr. Teresa Marlino worked in private practice. She knows all too well the many directions solo and group private practitioners are pulled in. In 2019, she started part-time with OBHG as a hospitalist. Here she provides insights into the many advantages of extending your career with OBHG.

Before working as an OB Hospitalist, I thought for sure I was going to have to retire because I was working all the time and was so burned out. The nice thing about the transition from private practice to being an OB Hospitalist is that I used to work 100 to 120 hours per week in private practice. Now I call myself “semi-retired” because I generally work no more than 48 hours per week–sometimes only 24 hours per week.

-Dr. Teresa Marlino


Watch the video to learn more about how Dr. Marlino extended her career with OBHG.

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