The speed at which indemnity costs for obstetricians
are rising is cause for concern.
Fifty-one percent of family physicians who responded to the survey worked in communities with less than 50,000 people, compared with 13% of the obstetricians
participants included one hospital based consultant obstetrician
and four obstetric registrars.
In both locations, about three-quarters of obstetricians
agreed that a health care provider's role includes helping domestic violence victims.
Nearly eight out of 10 ob-gyns have been sued at least once, according to a recent survey by the American College of Obstetricians
Conclusions: In an urban community with a racially diverse population, there is a strong racial bias in patient selection of an obstetrician
We hope the Congress will see what trial lawyers have done to liablility insurance for obstetricians
She has represented midwives in many forums nationally and internationally, including the council of the Kings Fund, the Senior Nursing, Midwifery Advisory Committee which advises government on issues relating to midwifery, and the Royal College of Obstetricians
and Gynaecologists Council.
According to Professor Jim Thornton, who also claims to be an obstetrician
, when in the past aborted babies initially survived the murder attempt, "people didn't make a fuss and pretended not to realize the baby was born alive.
Once you have an obstetrician
, a number of concerns must be addressed if you are thinking about having a baby.
in Los Angeles pays about $69,000 a year for insurance.
might show the baby to the mother.