Weight Loss Experts at Medical City Lewisville

The Bariatric & Metabolic Institute at Medical City Lewisville is dedicated to helping patients lead healthier lives. For patients who’ve unsuccessfully tried traditional weight loss options like changing diet and exercise habits and who may have weight-related health problems, surgery might be an option to consider.

Our board certified surgeons have experience beyond bariatrics to include general and trauma surgery, and they work in close collaboration with a dedicated team of multidisciplinary weight loss experts and our patients to determine the best options for the patient. If that option includes a surgical procedure, our bariatric specialists partner with the patient and care team to develop a personalized weight loss plan that provides comprehensive pre- and post-operative care for optimal long-term success.

Learn More at Our Free Monthly Informational Seminars

There's a lot of information to sort through about weight loss surgery. We're here to help! To learn more about the Bariatric & Metabolic Institute at Medical City Lewisville, weight loss surgery and obesity, we invite patients and those considering surgery to attend one of our free informational seminars. Meet the team, learn what to expect, and get help navigating the insurance process.

See upcoming dates and RSVP at Classes & Events calendar.

Bariatric & Metabolic Institute at Medical City Lewisville

Who is a Candidate for Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery?

People who meet the following criteria may be a candidate for weight loss surgery. The American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery has calculator to help determine body mass index (BMI).

  • BMI 35-39.9
  • BMI 35 to 35.9 with obesity-related health problems
  • BMI 30-34.9 with diabetes
  • Unsuccessful weight loss attempts through diet and/or exercise

Why Choose Medical City Lewisville for Your Weight Loss Surgery?

Unlike freestanding surgery centers, Medical City Lewisville is a multidisciplinary, state-of-the-art hospital full of specialists standing by should any complications arise. This is especially important for patients with accompanying chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, liver disease, obstructive sleep apnea and other related illnesses.