Weight Loss Surgery Information Sessions

Weight Loss Surgery Information Sessions

Free, One-Hour, Bariatric Seminar in a Casual Atmosphere, Bring a Friend

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Our free weight loss information sessions give you the opportunity to learn more about obesity, meet our team, and understand how our program works. You are under no obligation to pursue your treatment at Duke by attending our free bariatric seminars. We give you the information you need to make an informed decision about this life-changing, lifelong process.

Free Bariatric Seminar

Our free information sessions take place at our clinics in Durham, Raleigh, and Burlington. 

Why Should I Attend?

The hour-long bariatric seminar gives you the opportunity to learn about obesity and weight loss surgery in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. You'll interact with members of our team, which may include a surgeon and other health care professionals. 

During the information session, you will learn about:

  • The causes and dangers of severe obesity, and how difficult it is to overcome on your own
  • Who is a candidate for weight loss surgery
  • The pros and cons of the different types of weight loss surgeries
  • What to expect before, during, and after weight loss surgery

There will be time for us to answer your questions and address your concerns. We encourage you to bring your family and friends so we can answer their questions as well.

We Become Your Lifelong Partners

We want you to leave with a solid understanding of how we'll become your lifelong partners on your journey. The surgery is just the beginning. We work with you to help you meet your weight loss goals -- at our monthly support groups and at your annual visits with our surgeons and physician assistants. We give you the tools you need to eat right, exercise regularly, manage stress, and live the life you were meant to live. 

Bariatric Center of Excellence
Duke Regional Hospital is accredited by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery for its high standards of care in weight loss surgery.
Reviewed: 04/22/2019