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Bariatric surgery is another option for those who qualify for procedures other than the medical weight loss program. It’s a comprehensive system that can help you lose weight and keep it off. Supported by a team of medical, surgical, behavioral, nutritional and exercise experts, the program offers a multidisciplinary team approach – before, during, and after bariatric surgery.
There are multiple reasons why Beaumont’s bariatric surgical procedures are exceptional with helping you take charge of your weight. The program:
The Beaumont bariatric surgery program is different from other weight loss surgery solutions. We focus on patient support during the entire process, including post-surgery, because we want to make sure that you are successful in your weight loss endeavors. The program is offered through the Beaumont Weight Control Center in Royal Oak, Rochester Hills and St. Clair Shores and surgery is performed at one of the three hospitals.
Before bariatric surgery, a patient will receive a thorough preoperative assessment of medical conditions, fitness level, nutrition habits and psychological status. Once the surgery is complete, the patient continues to receive support and care. Patients are provided with:
Sign up for a FREE bariatric surgery program seminar with our staff and surgeons to get more information and begin taking the steps towards controlling your weight. Call 888-899-4600 or visit the bariatric surgery seminar registration page.
Register today to attend our FREE seminar about Beaumont’s bariatric surgery program. Call 888-899-4600 or register online.
All three Beaumont hospitals in Grosse Pointe, Royal Oak and Troy have been accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program. Because Beaumont is a Comprehensive Bariatric Center, patients can be assured that each hospital has the medical personnel, equipment and systems devoted to these types of procedures.