Princeton Baptist Medical Center's new Comprehensive Bariatric Center offers a range of weight loss surgery solutions. Find out more at our Free Weight Loss Surgery Seminars.

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  • The 3 Surgical Procedures

    Learn about each of the three main surgical procedures for weight loss: Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB); Adjustable Gastric Band (AGB); and Gastric Sleeve (GS).
  • Board Certified Surgeons

    Dr. Andrew DeWitt and Dr. John Mathews are skilled, experienced surgeons, and board certified by the American College of Surgeons. Learn more about them.

  • Register for a FREE Seminar

    Learn more about weight loss surgical procedures, the preparation required and even practical details like insurance information at our FREE Weight Loss Surgery Seminars.

Latest News

from the Level-1 Bariatric Center of Excellence Review News Archive
  • Bariatric Surgery and Reduction of Urinary Incontinence

    Results of a recent study indicate that in addition to all of its life-saving and quality of life improving outcomes, bariatric surgery may also help patients with weight-related urinary incontinence.

  • Diabetes and Bariatric Surgery

    Rates of type 2 diabetes are increasing worldwide. The rise of the disease has been linked to rising rates of obesity worldwide. More and more, bariatric surgery both helps treat obesity and improves control of diabetes for patients.

  • Heart Arrhythmias On The Rise

    Most of us occasionally have a few irregular heartbeats, but when it happens too often, it may indicate a more serious condition. And heart arrhythmias are on the rise in America.

  • Awesome Strategies For Summer Weight Loss

    Summer can be a great time to get into better shape, but challenges abound in the form of picnics, barbecues, and the ice cream truck. Here are some great strategies to keep moving forward on your goals.

  • The Obesity Action Coalition Celebrates Ten Years!

    10 years ago, a legislator stood up at a meeting about obesity, saying that he heard every day from public health officials and healthcare providers that something needed to be done about the disease – but never from the people who were directly affected. To push his point further, he said that on that day […]

  • Six Different “Clusters” of Obesity

    Recent studies indicate that individuals with obesity tend to fall into six different categories, and that treatment should be specifically tailored to the appropriate category.