Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) began in 2006 with a vision to elevate the standard of women’s healthcare by delivering specialized services that improve quality and positively impact women’s healthcare by ensuring every expectant mother has the security of consistently and unconditionally seeing a physician when presenting to the Labor and Delivery department or Emergency Room.
Baptist Memorial-Desoto in Southaven. The 339-bed hospital is an acute care and surgical facility that has served the northwest Mississippi community since 1988. It is home to a level II nursery and educational classes for new parents.
Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, in Jackson. The hospital's birthing center has a level III NICU and delivers approximately1,200 babies annually. The private Labor-Delivery-Recovery Rooms are equipped with up-to-date technology. Healthgrades awarded the hospital its Outstanding Patient Experience Award for 2015 and its Patient Safety Excellence Award for 2015, putting it in the top 2% of hospitals in the country.
North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. The hospital is a 650-bed medical center that provides acute care and surgical services. It is the largest not-for-profit, private hospital in the state and serves 24 counties in north Mississippi, parts of Tennessee, and northwest Alabama. It is home to a NICU, three operating rooms, and two Cesarean section rooms, as well as private labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum rooms.
Memorial Hospital in Gulfport. Founded in 1946, this non-profit 303 bed hospital is one of the most comprehensive healthcare systems in the state. It houses the only NICU on the Mississippi Coast, along with spacious Labor and Delivery rooms that allow patients and families to stay in one space during delivery and recovery. The facility also provides antepartum testing, mother/baby well and high-risk care, and maternal fetal medicine.
Rush Foundation Hospital in Meridian. The hospital is a 215-bed acute care facility. Specialty care, facilities and services available at Rush Foundation Hospital include a Level III Trauma Center in the 24-hours-a-day, physician-staffed emergency department; the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a 12-bed unit that offers a special quality of care for premature and high-risk infants; the Family Birth Center
Anderson Regional Medical Center North Campus in Meridian. Established in 1928, Anderson Regional Medical Center works to create a high-reliability culture that fosters and supports patient safety as a core value. The hospital offers Expecting Plus, an education program that provides comprehensive information and tools to support new mothers and families throughout pregnancy and into parenthood. It also houses a level II NICU and children's medical center, and is a designated Baby-Friendly facility.
OBHG leads the industry in developing and managing in-house OB/GYN hospitalist programs staffed with highly-skilled, Board Certified physicians 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our team of dedicated professionals serves sacrificially to save lives, improve patient outcomes, relieve and support medical staff, and to promote evidence-based best practices and clinical excellence. In partnership with hospitals, nursing staff, physician's and hospitalists we have developed a unique, comprehensive, financially viable OB/GYN hospitalist program that positively impacts the lives of women, their newborns, and the families we serve.
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