Weight Loss Surgery 
 


TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE

Restore your health and regain confidence with a proven long-term weight-loss solution. The experienced weight loss surgery team at Good Samaritan Medical Center is ready to guide you on your journey to a healthier and more active life.

Lisa's Weight Loss JourneyIf you’re 100 pounds or more overweight you may be a candidate for medical weight-loss surgery at Good Samaritan Medical Center. The reasons are more than cosmetic. People who are more than 30 percent over their ideal weight often experience serious medical problems, such as heart disease and diabetes, and may be at increased risk for certain cancers.

Weight-loss surgery can help you successfully reach a healthier weight and give you the opportunity to live a longer, healthier and more active life.

Located on the campus of Good Samaritan Medical Center, MyNewSelf Surgical Weight Loss Program specializes in multi-disciplinary care, and our experienced team offers some of the most effective procedures available for surgical weight loss in South Florida including: adjustable gastric banding, roux-en-Y gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy.

Learn more about the Good Samaritan Medical Center’s MyNewSelf Surgical Weight Loss Program by attending one of our informational seminars. To make a reservation or for more information, please call (855) 655-LOSE.

Additional Resources

Visit these websites to learn more about bariatric surgery:

American Society for Bariatric Surgery

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

US. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health

 

Photos of models shown in the top banner are for illustrative purposes only. Not actual patients.

Weight loss surgery is generally designed for those with a body mass index equal to or greater than 40, or equal to or greater than 35 with serious co-morbidities. Laparoscopic gastric banding with the Lap Band® is also FDA-approved for weight loss surgery in people with a BMI of 30 to 35 who have at least one obesity-related condition.