Bariatric surgery is a successful clinical treatment for fighting morbid obesity* and overcoming the damaging health effects of being overweight, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and infertility. Thousands of individuals - men, women, teens and national celebrities - have regained their health and their lives from this effective surgery.
The Center for Bariatric Surgery & Metabolic Medicine at University Medical Center of Princeton combines the skill of surgeons with an exceptional level of caring that is sensitive to each patient's needs and comfort. Our team also includes nutritionists, psychologists, bariatricians and exercise physiologists. Our dedicated bariatric coordinator helps to guide you throughout your weight loss journey.
We offer the latest procedures, such as sleeve gastrectomy. As a unit of Princeton HealthCare System, University Medical Center of Princeton provides a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to each patient's treatment.
The Center for Bariatric Surgery & Metabolic Medicine at University Medical Center of Princeton
Deciding to have weight loss surgery isn't easy. It's the first step in a much greater process of improving your entire life. Starting the journey can be the scariest part. But you're ready.
You know your health is at risk. And it's not just your health - it's your life. Your loved ones have been worried about you for years. It's time to reclaim your health... and your life.
At the Center for Bariatric Surgery & Metabolic Medicine, we understand that weight loss is not only a physical challenge, but an emotional one as well. That's why we place such a strong emphasis on lifestyle change.
Weight loss surgery is a process. Surgery is only one piece of the puzzle. The surgeons and support staff at the Center for Bariatric Surgery & Metabolic Medicine are dedicated to helping you through your entire weight loss journey - not just your surgery.
As a unit of Princeton HealthCare System, University Medical Center of Princeton provides a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to each patient’s treatment. You will have access to an entire system of health and wellness services — all dedicated to helping you lose weight, feel better, live healthier and achieve the very best quality of life.
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* Morbid obesity is generally considered being 100 or more pounds overweight or a body mass index (BMI) of 40kg/m2 or greater. Coexisting medical problems (high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, high cholesterol, sleep apnea or infertility) are also considered when evaluating candidates for bariatric surgery and, if severe, can lower the weight limits for surgical treatment.