Weight Loss Surgery at St. Francis

If you are 100 pounds or more over your ideal body weight, weight loss surgery may finally solve your weight problem. The Surgical Weight Loss program at St. Francis is much more than just a surgical procedure. It is a comprehensive program, complete with nutrition and psychological guidance, that begins weeks before surgery and can last a lifetime. Best of all, our program does not charge a program fee.
 
The St. Francis Surgical Weight Loss Program has been designated as a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence® by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS). It is located in Greenville, SC and is convenient to Spartanburg, Anderson, and areas throughout the Upstate, SC region.
 

Our Surgical Weight Loss Program includes:

  • Complete pre-surgical evaluation
  • Pre-surgical education programs that include family members
  • Surgical options including sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass
  • Nutrition consultations with a registered dietitian
  • Psychological evaluations and support
  • Pre and post-surgical support groups
  • No program fee

Bariatric Surgery Benefits

Studies show that bariatric surgery can not only reduce excess weight by more than 60%, but also can effectively improve and resolve many weight-related health conditions including type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and sleep apnea. The team at our surgical weight loss center is committed to helping patients improve their overall health with our comprehensive weight loss surgery program.

Attend a Free Seminar in Greenville, SC

Ready to learn more about the Surgical Weight Loss program at St. Francis? Visit our weight loss surgery center — located in Greenville, SC and convenient to Spartanburg, Anderson, and areas throughout the Upstate — to attend a free orientation seminar!

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