Bariatric Surgery2020-09-25T13:19:57+00:00

Learn How Advanced Weight-Loss Surgery at the GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center Can Help You

  • Struggling to lose weight? Learn how bariatric surgeons at The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center can help you lose the weight and keep it off for good. Virtual seminars are held weekly, with no referral required. To reserve your spot, fill out the form or call 888-4GW-DOCS.

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Learn How Advanced Weight-Loss Surgery at the GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center Can Help You

  • Struggling to lose weight? Learn how bariatric surgeons at The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center can help you lose the weight and keep it off for good. Virtual seminars are held weekly, with no referral required. To reserve your spot, fill out the form or call 888-4GW-DOCS.

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Keeping You Safe

US News best hospitals 2020At GW Hospital, your safety and health are our top priority. That’s why we put safety protocols in place for in-office visits, including enhanced disinfection of high-traffic areas, physical distancing in the lobby and waiting areas, and required masking of all patients, visitors and staff at all times. The hospital regularly cares for patients with highly infectious disease and we continue to follow best practice guidelines to identify, isolate and care for COVID-19 patients, as well as other patients with potentially infectious disease.

Lose Weight and Keep It Off

If you’ve struggled with weight loss for years and diets, medications or other programs haven’t worked, then surgery may be right for you. The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center offers a comprehensive program to help you lose weight, keep it off, and improve your overall health. We have everything you need in one location, from certified bariatric surgeons who have successfully performed more than 7,000 procedures, to registered dieticians, psychologists, and personal trainers. We offer minimally invasive procedures, preoperative evaluation and preparation, behavior modification programs, and lifelong follow up.

The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center has been designated a Blue Distinction® Center for bariatric surgery.

Keeping You Safe

At GW Hospital, your safety and health are our top priority. That’s why we put safety protocols in place for in-office visits, including enhanced disinfection of high-traffic areas, physical distancing in the lobby and waiting areas, and required masking of all patients, visitors and staff at all times. The hospital regularly cares for patients with highly infectious disease and we continue to follow best practice guidelines to identify, isolate and care for COVID-19 patients, as well as other patients with potentially infectious disease.

If you’ve struggled with weight loss for years and diets, medications or other programs haven’t worked, then surgery may be right for you. The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center offers a comprehensive program to help you lose weight, keep it off, and improve your overall health. We have everything you need in one location, from certified bariatric surgeons who have successfully performed more than 7,000 procedures, to registered dieticians, psychologists, and personal trainers. We offer minimally invasive procedures, preoperative evaluation and preparation, behavior modification programs, and lifelong follow up.

The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center has been designated a Blue Distinction® Center for bariatric surgery.

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Obesity increases other health risks

Being obese increases your chances of developing heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and certain cancers. Obesity can also impact your sleep and cause arthritis and back pain. Your mental well-being can also pay a price. Low self-esteem and clinical depression have been linked to how people feel about their weight and quality of life. Act now and take the next step to a healthier and happier life.

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Is surgery right for me?

Weight-loss surgery is not for everyone. It may be right for you if you:

  • Are 100 pounds over ideal weight
  • Have a body mass index (BMI) over 40
  • Have a BMI over 35 and other conditions such as high blood pressure, sleep apnea, heart disease or diabetes
  • Failed at other weight-loss programs
  • Are committed to making the necessary behavioral changes after surgery to keep the weight off

For an in-person or virtual appointment, call 1-888-4GW-DOCS

Location

The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center
1011 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC, 20037
1-888-4GW-DOCS

The GW Weight Loss and Surgery Center is located in the heart of Washington, DC and is accessible from the Foggy Bottom metro stop.