ob-gyn


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

ob-gyn

(ō′bē-jē′wī-ĕn′)
n. Informal
1. The combined practice of obstetrics and gynecology.
2. A specialist in this field; an obstetrician-gynecologist.

OB-Gyn

Usage notes: (informal)
abbreviation for obstetrics and gynecology.

OB/GYN

, OB-GYN
obstetrics and gynecology.
References in periodicals archive ?
Chairman and distinguished service professor, department of OB-GYN, State University of NY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn
For more than 14 years, OB-GYN practices across the country have used digiChart's solutions to streamline and optimize their practices clinically, financially and administratively, as well as to achieve higher rates of patient satisfaction.
Phil Suiter, digiChart CEO, credits the significant growth in new customers to digiChart's long history of consistently offering innovative, easy-to-use, affordable solutions tailored especially for the OB-GYN practice.
OB-GYN practices across the country use digiChart's solutions to streamline and optimize their practices clinically and financially, as well as achieve higher rates of patient satisfaction.
PracticeSmart, a total, mobile solution for women's health practices - the first integrated practice management and EHR solution engineered specifically for the OB-GYN office
Phil Suiter, digiChart CEO, said, "From the moment a patient calls to schedule an appointment, an OB-GYN office wants to provide an efficient, relaxing and positive experience.
digiChart OB-GYN is a clinically superior OB-GYN-specific electronic medical record that enables consistent and accurate documentation of patient encounters which drives proper reimbursement for services provided and reduces risks to physicians and patients.
Northland OB-GYN is a group of progressive physicians embracing information technology to better facilitate workflow and documentation in their practice," stated G.
2, Ob-Gyn providers receive ready-made electronic health record (EHR) encounters for OB that "are a lot faster and easier" according to Dr.
OB-GYN practices' IT infrastructure and needs are greatly reduced allowing providers to focus on their patients, not technology.
assistant professor of OB-GYN at USC and Director of Fetal Therapy and Minimally Invasive Fetal Surgery at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, performs operative fetoscopy and other innovative fetal surgical procedures.
Ramen Chmait, MD, assistant professor of OB-GYN at USC and Director of Fetal Therapy and Minimally Invasive Fetal Surgery at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, performs operative fetoscopy and other innovative fetal surgical procedures.