Bringing over 25 years of combined clinical and leadership experience to every consult provided, the National OBGYN Hospitalist Consulting Group is proud to be able to provide the knowledge and expertise to understand the value and demonstrated success of investing in your obstetrics department to improve patient safety, quality improvements, physician satisfaction and revenue generation.
Rob Olson – MD, FACOG
Rob’s extensive knowledge and wide experience as a practicing physician as well as leader within the OBGYN field has helped set up many new programs as well as assisted in turning around struggling programs across the United States.
Rob is a former OB hospitalist who practiced in a community hospital in Bellingham, Washington. After 28 years in a successful solo OBGYN practice, Rob was drawn to the hospitalist model because it allowed him to focus on labor and delivery. Rob is very satisfied with his decision to move to the OBGYN Hospitalist sub-specialty as he can see the positive impact this model provides to medical institutions, especially related to improved patient care and safety, and improved revenue generation; additionally, Rob is passionate about developing OBGYN hospitalists to become future leaders within the field.
Rob received his medical degree from Rutgers Medical School and completed his residency at Los Angeles County Hospital/University of Southern California. He is board-certified and a fellow in the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine, and was the founding president of the Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists (SOGH).
Brendan Carroll – MD, FACOG
After 16 years in private practice, Brendan was recruited to establish a successful OBGYN Hospitalist program, which he is currently the Medical Director and a practicing hospitalist.
Brendan consults with various institutions to help them design and implement their own OBGYN Hospitalist programs. Brendan specializes in providing expertise and knowledge on quality improvements within the obstetrics department of hospitals and medical institutions.
Brendan received his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine. He spent his intern year at Tulane University before completing his OB/GYN residency at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Brendan is board certified and a fellow in the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and an active member of the Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists (SOGH).