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Do I qualify for Bariatric Surgery?

Complete Your Bariatric Surgery Health Assessment

If you’ve been curious about whether surgical weight loss might be right for you, our online bariatric surgery assessment can help you:

  • Learn your weight category and if you should lose weight.
  • Discover if weight loss surgery may be an option for you.
  • Identify your weight-related issues and conditions.

After you’ve completed your health risk assessment, you can print a copy of results to discuss with one of our bariatric specialists.

Take the bariatric surgery assessment

Taking the Next Step

It's also important to consider how ready you are to make a change. Every weight loss procedure requires you to commit to a lifetime of healthy eating and regular exercise. Ask the weight-loss specialists at Baptist for an opinion on your options and know that we’re here for you, every step of the way.

“I would go to a party or event and always look to see if I was the largest person in the room,” says Dora, a Baptist bariatric surgery patient who began her journey at 257 pounds. Since having the surgery, she says, “The best thing is your confidence. You can now go anywhere and not feel that people are staring at you … Whatever you want to do, you just feel that you can do it.”

See Dora’s story:
Weight-Loss Surgery at Baptist Health System

Find Bariatric Surgeon Options

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