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The Penn Bariatric and Weight Loss Surgery Program offers a full range of weight loss surgery options at Chester County Hospital, ensuring that you receive the highest quality bariatric care close to home. Our expert team works together to provide you with the highest quality of care at every stage of your weight-loss surgery journey.
All bariatric surgeries performed at Chester County Hospital are minimally invasive and use either laparoscopy or robotic surgery. Minimally invasive procedures have many benefits, including shorter recovery times and less post-operative pain. We'll work with you to decide which type of surgery can best help you meet your weight loss and overall health goals.
We offer three types of minimally invasive surgery options:
We also perform revisional bariatric surgeries for select patients who have had previous weight loss procedures, but did not achieve optimal weight loss.
Watch our free, online information session to learn more about Penn's Bariatric and Weight Loss Surgery Program and see if it is right for you
Read more about all of the bariatric surgery types and procedure options available at Penn Medicine.
We offer minimally-invasive weight-loss procedures for people with obesity who are not candidates for traditional bariatric surgery.
Bariatric surgery is an important step in your journey to good health. Learn if you may be a candidate for weight-loss surgery at Penn.
We ensure the safety of our patients and positive outcomes by adhering to strict processes before and after surgery.
Meet our team of experts in surgery, nursing and nutrition who are associated with the Bariatric and Weight Loss Surgery Program.
Penn's Bariatric Surgery program has been recognized as a MBSAQIP Accredited Center – Comprehensive and more.
Whether you’re pre- or post-surgery, support groups are a good opportunity to share experiences and receive support from the Penn Bariatric community.
Take part in our online information session, where you can learn about Penn Medicine's Bariatric Surgery Program and see if it's right for you.