Bariatric Surgery

The Jane Phillips Medical Center Bariatric Surgery Program was established as part of the Diabetes and Nutrition Education department to help people achieve significant weight loss through surgery or a non-surgical program. Our goal is to support you in making changes that support a healthier lifestyle, as well as improving or avoiding conditions associated with obesity. Our team consists of a surgeon, RN bariatric coordinator, registered dietitian, exercise physiologist, psychologist and inpatient hospital staff.

Surgery Options
The comprehensive surgical option includes visits with the bariatric coordinator, dietitian, exercise physiologist, psychologist and, if needed, sleep specialists, cardiologists and a gastroenterologist.

Procedures include:

  • Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass
  • Laparoscopic gastric sleeve

The following criteria can help determine if you are eligible for bariatric surgery:

  • Based on your height and weight, if your body mass index (BMI) is 40 or above, you may be a candidate for bariatric surgery.
  • If your BMI is 35 or higher and you have other medical conditions complicated by obesity, you may be a candidate for surgery.

Click here to calculate your BMI.

Non-Surgical Options
For those who want to lose weight but prefer a non-surgical approach, or if your health insurance provider does not cover bariatric surgery, we also offer a non-surgical weight loss program.

  • Medical nutrition therapy with a registered dietitian
  • Exercise program with an exercise physiologist

Learn More
To learn more about bariatric surgery, attend a free bariatric seminar provided by the bariatric surgeons at Jane Phillips Medical Center. Pre-registration is required.  All classes are at 5:30 p.m. at Jane Phillips Medical Center. Please call 918-331-1143 to register.

Sessions for 2017:

  • October 12
  • December 14

Sessions for 2018:

  • January 11
  • February 8
  • April 12
  • June 14
  • August 9
  • October 11
  • December 13