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
  • Refreshing Summer Drink Recipes From Unjury

    Cool down with a delicious UNJURY Strawberry Lemonade or UNJURY Strawberry Iced Tea. During these hot summer months, sometimes you just need a refreshing taste of lemonade or iced tea!

  • Leanness Can Lead to Longer Life

    Maintaining a leaner body can help to prevent premature death, recent studies indicate, along with diseases related to obesity.

  • After Bariatric Surgery, Quality of Life Improves Long-Term

    More than a decade after bariatric surgery, a group of bariatric patients reported significant improvements in their quality of life, especially where their health was concerned.

  • Heart Failure Aggravation May Decrease Post-Bariatric Surgery

    Massachusetts General Hospital researchers studied hundreds of heart failure patients also dealing with obesity to investigate if weight loss surgery could be associated with a drop in the patients’ rate of heart failure exacerbation.

  • Weight Loss Surgery May Boost Good Cholesterol In Boys

    A recent study showed some indications that bariatric surgery might help teenage boys with severe obesity by increasing their levels of “good” cholesterol,  while decreasing the risk of heart disease.

  • Walking Meditation for Physical and Mental Health

    Among the many benefits of walking as exercise, you might find that the opportunity to meditate while you walk can reduce stress, lower blood pressure and provide other benefits to your health as well.