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
  • Princeton’s Sue Bunnell to Present at Dubai Bariatric Conference

    Princeton Bariatrics Center Manager Sue Bunnell will be traveling to Dubai to present at the 2015 Arab Health Conference, which will focus on technology, equipment and programs supporting bariatric patients.

  • A Look Back at the Top Bariatric Stories of 2014

    Obesity and bariatric surgery made the headlines a number of times in 2014. Stories included new studies that demonstrated success in treating type 2 diabetes in both the short- and long-term with bariatric surgery. Patient access to the surgery made global news.

  • Bariatric Surgery and Weight Loss Drugs, With Behavioral Changes For Health

    In a new guideline, the Endocrine Society recommends that bariatric surgery and weight loss medications can be blended with behavioral changes to reduce food intake and increase physical activity, leading to better health for patients with obesity.

  • Sedentary Lifestyle More Dangerous Than Obesity?

    While a recent report indicates that leading a sedentary lifestyle may more deadly than being obese, as little exercise as a brisk 20-minute walk each day can work to reduce the risks significantly.

  • FDA Approves Saxenda, New Weight Management Drug

    The FDA has approved a new drug, Saxenda, a once-daily injection, intended for adults with obesity with BMI ≥30 kg/m2 or overweight adults with BMI ≥27 mg/m2 and at least one weight-related disease, such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes, etc.

  • Weight Loss Surgery and Life Enhancement

    With so many people struggling with obesity, not all problems can be solved through diet and exercise alone. For those whom bariatric surgery is an option, it is one that carries a number of life-enhancing benefits.