Diet and exercise alone aren’t always enough. For any age and any need, Northside Hospital Surgery & Weight Management program that can help you take back control. We have weight management specialists who can identify underlying conditions that may be causing weight gain or hampering your ability to lose weight– such as a slow metabolism due to thyroid dysfunction, diabetes, hormonal conditions or fluid retention due to kidney issues.
Choosing Northside Hospital gives you access to a comprehensive weight loss programs, including state-of-the-art surgery at our Atlanta, Cherokee, Duluth and Forsyth locations.
Our Atlanta, Duluth and Forsyth locations are accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP).
If conventional weight management programs have not proven successful and you struggle with severe obesity, bariatric surgery may be an option for you. Our Atlanta, Cherokee, Duluth and Forsyth hospitals offer bariatric surgery options with specially trained bariatric certified surgeons at each campus; we have the expertise necessary to care for every aspect of bariatric patients’ needs – from your bariatric surgery planning through surgery and on to post-bariatric surgery care and wellness. Start the conversation and see if you are a candidate for bariatric surgery.
We are excited to help you start your weight loss journey to healthier living. To start the conversation, please give us a call at one of the following locations:
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Across Northside Hospital convenient locations, weight loss specialists provide both surgical and non-surgical weight loss solutions to improve your health and enhance your quality of life.View Details
Northside offers comprehensive surgical weight loss procedures to help you achieve your weight loss goals.View Details
Our specially trained weight loss will help you learn more about the eligibility for bariatric procedures.View Details
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