Dr Benazeer, Dr. Aamir Shahzad, Dr. Mahreen Zia
Objective: The target of this investigation was to assess the part of hospitalists and Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) subspecialists in obstetrical inpatient care. Methods: This electronic study was offered to individuals from the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG; n ¼ 1,039) and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM; n ¼ 1,813). Our current research conducted at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. Results: Overall, 607 (21%) respondents finished the overview. Largely, 35% revealed that hospitalists gave care in at any rate one of their emergency clinics. Contrasted and ACOG respondents, a higher recurrence of SMFM respondents detailed solace with emergency clinic is giving consideration to all ladies on work and conveyance (74.4 versus 43.5%, p ¼ 0.005) and ladies with complex issues (56.4 versus 43.5%, p ¼ 0.004). Most of ACOG respondents to some degree/totally concurred that hospitalists related with diminished unfavorable occasions (69%) and improved security/wellbeing society (70%). Generally, 35% of ACOG respondents have MFM meeting accessible with 53% having inpatient inclusion. Of these, 85% were satisﬁed with MFM accessibility. Conclusion: Over 33% of respondents work in units set up with hospitalists and the greater part have inpatient MFM inclusion. It is essential to assess if and how hospitalists can improve maternal and perinatal results, and the sorts of emergency clinics that best served by them. Keywords: Hospitalists and Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM): Subspecialists Hospital Obstetrical Care.