Hacker News user “hijikoto” has posted a list of the jobs available in obstetricians.
“Ob-GYNs are needed at every level, not just in the primary care department,” the post reads.
“We have a very busy day of work.
We are not paid a salary.”
The job listing lists OB-Gyns in obstetrics and gynecology, and says they can work from anywhere in the United States.
There are no specific details on what that means for your specific job.
“In a nutshell, OB-Gs work as part of a team of doctors in charge of diagnosing and treating women with various conditions,” the job listing says.
“Their primary role is to care for and support women with chronic conditions, such as infertility, breast cancer, uterine or ovarian cancer, or sexually transmitted infections.
As an OB-gyn, you are expected to perform an extensive, thorough physical exam and perform a thorough pelvic exam to determine the best treatment options for women with reproductive health issues.
If the symptoms of the underlying conditions are not evident, you can refer a woman to an obstetric or gynecologic specialist.”
A few days later, “hajikoto”‘s post has been viewed more than 5,000 times.
The post was shared on social media by “hazimah,” who told Business Insider that she had been looking for OB-gyns for about three years.
She said she recently hired a new OB-Gynecologist and was looking for a new position to help manage a family of four.
“My family of five have had a lot of issues and have been through a lot,” she said.
“I needed someone to manage our family while I was on maternity leave.
I have two young kids and a baby in the next few months.
I could choose where to work, how long to work there, and whether or not I would be paid. “
The OB-HU [OB-Gym Instructor] position was really good because it offered a lot flexibility.
I could choose where to work, how long to work there, and whether or not I would be paid.
There was also a paid internship and we would get paid while we were there.
I got to choose my job, but it was also very flexible, so it was easy to move on to another position.”
I also got to work on our health care and maternity plans.” “
Our family was able for us to get the care we needed at home.
I also got to work on our health care and maternity plans.”
Hijikotos experience working for a family with multiple children is “unparalleled,” said Amanda Pritchard, who works as an OB/GYN in Portland, Oregon.
Pritchers first child was born in July 2017 and has lived with the family for four years.
Her children have been living in the family’s home since.
Pits mother has been working in the same obstetrician office for about five years, and her father is also in the practice.
Pitterchards own children are both in school and work full time, Pritches oldest son is a computer programmer, and Pits youngest daughter is an elementary school teacher.
She told Business Insider that she was looking to expand her family.
“After having three kids and moving to Oregon, I realized that I wanted to continue doing what I love,” Pitterchard said.
“[Ob-Gynaecologists] are a great opportunity to keep the family moving and healthy.”
Pits experience working as a family was “unmatched,” Pritds youngest son, who is a software engineer, said.
Pitchers family of three now includes a 2-year-old daughter, a 7-year old son, and a 10-year new baby girl.
“Having a family is such a blessing,” Pits daughter, Emily, told BusinessInsider.
“It has been the greatest experience in my life.”
PitterChs family has been through “a lot,” and she told Businessinsider that the OB/Gyn position in her profession has been “very rewarding.”
She said her family “did a wonderful job” as a couple of parents, and they “never looked back.”
“We were never stressed out because of how busy the office was,” Pitches daughter said.
Her husband, John, is a retired U.S. Army Reserve soldier and retired Navy SEAL who was deployed to Afghanistan in 2011.
Pitches son, Ethan, is an aviation and missile technology engineer.
Pittingchs mother, Pits sister, and other family members are also OB/Gynecologists.
“There is so much that we love to do, but we are a family,” PittingChs said.