The Hallmark Health Center for Weight Management and Weight Loss Surgery offers comprehensive services to help you successfully win the battle against weight loss and reclaim your health. Our team of highly trained specialists is dedicated to providing you with the clinical expertise and patient focused care you deserve.
About Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery
Weight loss surgery has emerged as a safe and effective method for the long-term treatment of patients with clinically severe obesity. Deciding to have weight-loss surgery is a significant step that requires a permanent lifestyle change.
Hallmark Health Center for Weight Management and Weight-Loss Surgery offers the very best in surgical options, treatment, care and support without any program fees. Through our center of excellence, patients are offered three options for weight loss surgery: Roux-Y Gastric Bypass, The Lap-Band™ Procedure and Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy. All these surgeries are performed laparoscopically, providing the benefits of minimally invasive surgery, which include faster recovery, better pain control and less potential complications. Read more . . .
Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence
The Hallmark Health System Center for Weight Management and Weight-Loss Surgery has been designated as an American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence. Read more . . .
The Center’s multi-disciplinary team includes bariatric physician specialists Andras Sandor, MD, and Jennifer Lane, MD, as well as nursing specialists, nutritionists, physical therapists and other clinicians to help patients finally achieve and sustain their weight loss goals. Read more . . .
Non-surgical Medical Options
The Center for Weight Management and Weight-Loss Surgery also offers a Medical Weight-Loss Program. This program is a non-surgical approach to weight loss for people with a Body Mass Index (BMI) over 30, or a BMI of 28-30 with certain weight-related health issues such as diabetes or sleep apnea.
The 12-week program includes physician and dietitian visits and requires participants engage in physical activity during the extent of the program.
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