Weight Loss / Bariatric Surgery

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Sedentary lifestyles, long work hours and easy availability of foods that emphasize convenience over nutrition are all factors that have contributed to what is being described as an obesity epidemic in our nation. Being overweight is about more than how you look. Obesity has been linked to serious health consequences, including an increased risk of Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, gall bladder and other diseases. To help those who have struggled unsuccessfully to achieve permanent weight loss, Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center offers a bariatric surgery program. For those who are overweight by 100 pounds or more with significant comorbidities, bariatric surgery often provides the tools necessary for dramatic weight loss and improved health. To learn more click below:

Questions? Click here to email Good Samaritan Bariatric Coordinator Roseann Deluca, MSN, RN.

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