Gastric Sleeve Surgery

Weight loss isn’t always simple, but it’s easier when you have a great program and caring people supporting you.


We offer vertical sleeve gastrectomy weight loss surgery. This procedure involves removing roughly 75% of the stomach to reduce the amount of food a person can eat. Generally the post surgical patient can return to work after two weeks.



Qualifying for gastric sleeve surgery


Patients are a candidate for bariatric surgery if they have BMI > 40 and BMI > 35 with a comorbidity

Most insurance companies will cover the gastric sleeve procedure if you meet the qualifications. Some insurance requires additional qualifying measures such as a psychological exam, and certified dietician approval. Please consult with your specific insurance carrier for exact coverage.

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Why Choose Us?

If you struggle with your weight, our surgical weight loss program is designed for you. Our weight loss program offers individualized weight loss goals backed by a team who cares if their patients succeed.

  • Multidisciplinary team that collaborates on your care and provides a personalized approach.
  • Healthy lifestyle coaching that prepares you for life after weight loss surgery.
  • Diabetic education to help you navigate your new blood sugar numbers.


Is bariatric surgery permanent?

Feb 24, 2017, 17:02 PM
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It is important to note that the gastric sleeve procedure is not reversible. The procedure is done to create a stomach pouch that is smaller than in that seen in other types of weight loss surgery. The surgeon will remove up to 60-80% of the stomach, leaving just a slender tube, or “sleeve” for the new stomach pouch. As a result of this procedure, hunger can be controlled due to the smaller sized stomach. Also, the part of the stomach that is cut out is completely removed from the body, unlike in other procedures that leave it in place.
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