Weight Loss Surgeons in West Virginia

Weight Loss Surgeons
Dr. Ahmad Bali’s training and experience provides the expert medical advice, treatment and support you need to achieve your weight loss goals. He offers the LAP-BAND System and LAP-BAND TOTAL CARE Program. Located in South Charleston, WV.
Cabell Huntington Hospital provides a full range of bariatric surgery care services, including inpatient care, post-operative care, outpatient follow-up and patient education. Located in Huntington, WV.
CAMC Weight Loss Center provides a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to help patients achieve long-term weight loss and live a healthier life. Our team of specialists work together to assist patients with many aspects of bariatrics/surgical weight loss and medical weight loss programs. Located in Charleston, WV.
Dr. Adam Kaplan's practice provides patients with a full range of treatment, from advice and counseling to bariatric surgery and thorough follow-up care. Located at Mid-Ohio Valley Medical Complex in Vienna, WV.
The Bariatric Team at Preston Memorial Hospital offers a team approach to help you succeed in your weight loss efforts, including surgical, psychological and dietary assessments, and minimally invasive techniques (laparoscopic surgery) which provide faster recovery, less pain and smaller incision sites. Located in Kingwood, WV.
At The Weight Loss Surgery Center at St. Mary's Medical Center, board-certified surgeons perform laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery to help men and women with clinically severe obesity lose weight and keep it off. Located in Huntington, WV.
WVU Healthcare Bariatrics offers a comprehensive, surgical weight loss program with a strong focus on pre-surgery education and post-operative success. Surgical options include: Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, and laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy. Located in Morgantown, WV.
Weight Loss Surgeons

Consumer Guide to WLS

Bariatric Surgeon

Bariatric Surgeon Training:

Board-Certification

Choosing a qualified bariatric surgeon may seem a bit overwhelming, but knowing what to look for can help make the decision making process easier. When interviewing a potential bariatric surgeon, it is important to ask about the doctor's level of training and experience.

Legally, any medical doctor can perform an operation of any type, even without specialized training or experience in a particular field of medicine. If you are undergoing bariatric surgery, choose a doctor who is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery or the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery.

Board-certification by these boards indicates that the doctor has gone through a specialized training program and has met certain standards in the field of surgery. In addition, choose a doctor that has completed a residency or a fellowship in bariatric surgery. A weekend course is not enough training to become a qualified bariatric surgeon.