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.

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from the Level-1 Bariatric Center of Excellence Review News Archive
  • Meet Bariatric Center Manager Kat Fields, RN, BSN

    Kat decided early in life that she wanted to work as a nurse when she “grew up” and as both of her parents worked in Healthcare professions, it only seemed natural for her to continue the legacy her family had begun.

  • How To Do A Keto Diet After Bariatric Surgery.

    As you transition to maintenance post-surgery, a Keto diet can help you maintain your healthy weight loss.

  • Meals for Losing Weight

    When you’re on a weight-loss journey, what you eat is vital for your progress, and everyone needs ideas for meals that are fresh, flavorful, satisfying and healthy.

  • Why Whey Protein Isolate Is Better Than Whey Protein Concentrate

    UNJury explains why whey protein isolate is more beneficial than concentrate.

  • The 48 Hour Pouch Reset

    If you’re concerned that you’ve stretched your bariatric pouch, Bariatric Eating has some great tips for a reset.

  • Exercise Smarter, Not Harder; Use Science

    When your objective is to lose weight and have a healthy lifestyle, exercise is your friend – but it’s a different kind of friendship than that of the athlete who is exercising towards a different goal.

Weight loss surgery may be an option for adults with a body mass index (BMI) equal to or greater than 40, or equal to or greater than 35 with serious health problems related to obesity. Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding may be an option for people with a BMI of 30 or more who have at least one serious obesity-related health problem. Weight loss surgery is considered safe, but like any surgery, it does have risks. Consult with your physician about the risks and benefits of weight loss surgery.