Register for a Free Weight Loss Surgery Seminar

Our informational seminars, whether attended in person or online, provide the valuable information you need to make a decision about having bariatric surgery. Completing the seminar is the first step in the bariatric surgery program.* If you have previously had bariatric surgery, please call the Center before registering for a seminar, (585) 341-0366.

Bariatric Surgery Inperson seminars
 

Attend In Person

Facilitated by one of our bariatric surgeons, with the opportunity to ask your questions and talk with other individuals interested in bariatric surgery.

Bariatric Surgery Inperson seminars
 

View Online

Our online seminar allows you to take the first step anytime, anywhere. Afterwards, our team will follow up with you to answer any questions.

 

*Completing a seminar does not automatically qualify you for surgery. A full evaluation will be made at your first medical appointment. Before moving forward with the program, please check with your insurance provider to confirm that bariatric surgery is a covered benefit with your policy. If you have previously had bariatric surgery, please call the Center before registering for a seminar, (585) 341-0366.

Qualifications for surgery include, but are not limited to:

  • You must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Have a BMI (body mass index) of 40 or greater, or have a BMI of 35-39.9 with one of the following: diabetes, high blood pressure, or sleep apnea. Calculate my BMI
  • A history of obesity for 5 years or more.
  • Documented failed attempts at conventional weight loss programs.
  • The ability to follow pre and post-operative instructions for diet and exercise.
  • No active illegal substance abuse in the past year, including medical marijuana.

Hear From One of Our Patients

Lori has battled with her weight for as long as she can remember. She would lose weight but then gain it back and then some. Her blood pressure was high, she had sleep apnea and was pre-diabetic. She made the decision to have gastric bypass surgery after her children told her they didn’t want to lose her.