Improve your home/life balance as an OB/GYN Hospitalist
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Ob Hospitalist Group has partnered with this facility to develop and manage a program that provides 24/7 emergent care to expectant mothers.
As an OBHG hospitalist, you are the in-house expert whose advanced clinical skill and ability to handle any OB emergency dramatically improves patient safety and satisfaction.
You will work closely with local OB/GYNs to ensure that every pregnant woman who presents to the hospital is cared for by an experienced physician, every time.
If you are an obstetrician with a passion for patient care, exceptional communication skills, and a desire to shape the future of our specialty, we d like to talk with you about joining our new team.
OBHG is a clinician-centered company that provides unparalleled support and resources, and superior work/life balance. As a full-time hospitalist, you ll have the freedom to create your own schedule typically eight 24-hour shifts per month with no on-call duty or office management.
This position also offers:
- Competitive compensation
- Full benefits
- CME allowance
- Medical malpractice insurance with tail
Join our growing national network of highly skilled obstetricians nearly 700 strong. OBHG programs offer a variety of work options including full time, part time, back up and travel opportunities. Looking to advance your OB career? Clinical/professional leadership positions are available at many of our locations across the United States.
The hospital a 493-bed, full-service acute care facility that has served Plano since 1975. It has more than 1,000 physicians and 1,600 employees on staff. The hospital is home to a level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), maternal-fetal medicine for high-risk pregnancies and luxury postpartum suites.
Plano is located in Collin County and Denton County, Texas, northeast of Dallas. It is home to nearly 270,000 residents.
The local economy is drive by corporate headquarters, finance and healthcare.
Plano is served by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) public transportation system, which includes bus and rail service, as well as several major freeways and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Arts and Entertainment
There is plenty to see and do in Plano, including the Southfork Ranch from the hit TV show Dallas; the Plano Balloon Festival in September (plus many other events throughout the year); the historic downtown arts district, home to art galleries, local shops and a thriving urban dining scene; the ArtCentre of Plano, which offers art exhibitions and education programs; and the Heritage Farmstead, a living history site of the Texas Blackland Prairie Region.
For retail therapy and dining, Plano is home to several major indoor shopping malls, outlet centers, boutiques and markets, as well as more than 700 restaurants.
Residents and visitors enjoy Plano's 3,800-plus acres of parks and recreation spaces, including five recreation centers, a dog park, 56 miles of biking trails, and the 200-acre Arbor Hills Nature Preserve.
Plano is served by the Plano Independent School District as well as a number of private schools.
Institutions of higher education include two campuses of Collin College as well as SMU-in-Plano and DBU North, a Dallas Baptist University satellite campus.
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