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Weight Loss Surgery

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Weight Loss Help From Bariatric Surgery Experts

If you’ve tried a healthy diet and exercise and your health is still at risk from being overweight, turn to the Rochester Regional Health Bariatric Surgery team. The first step in getting started with our bariatric surgery team is understanding if you're a candidate for surgery. If you are a candidate, register for an information session below or call our team at (585) 922-2900. 
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Meet Our Team

The expert bariatric surgeons at Rochester Regional Health offer the latest and minimally invasive approaches to weight loss surgery. Meet our team and call to schedule an appointment today.

Meet Our Bariatric Surgeons
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Get started with a bariatric surgeon from Rochester Regional Health.

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Our Patients' Stories

Hear from the success stories of our patients below. Our MBSAQIP Accredited Center at Rochester Regional Health is ready to work with you and your primary care physician. We offer bariatric (weight loss) procedures that either limit the amount of food you can consume or change the way your food is digested. Learn more about the bariatric surgery options available at Rochester Regional Health, our bariatric support group and view our frequently asked questions

John Cocco's Story

Meet John Cocco. He's a father, a husband, and one of our many success stories. He has lost more than 100 pounds since his surgery and is no longer pre-diabetic. 

David Howlett's Story

David Howlett lost more than 100 pounds after a weight-loss procedure with Dr. Patricia Hughes of Rochester Regional Health. Here is his story.
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Am I A Bariatric Surgery Candidate?

It's important to understand bariatric surgery and whether it's right for you. Our team uses guidelines set by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to determine if you are a candidate for bariatric surgery.
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