Colorado's Leader In Weight Loss Surgery
Millions of people in the U.S. suffer from obesity and related medical conditions. For 95% of the morbidly obese, conventional diet and exercise programs fail to produce lasting results. If you’re one of them, bariatric surgery, commonly known as weight loss surgery, could help you finally lose the weight and keep it off.
At Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Weight Loss Surgery Center, we strive to understand your unique needs so we can deliver the expertise and specialized skills required to put you on a path toward sustained weight loss and a healthy lifestyle.
Weight Loss surgery or bariatric surgery is recognized by the medical community as the only effective means of long-term weight loss for those considered severely obesity. Patients who undergo weight loss surgery lose an estimated 75% of their excess body weight.
P/SL's Weight Loss Surgery Center has earned the "Center of Excellence" designation from the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery. This is the highest designation awarded.
P/SL Weight Loss Surgery Center of Excellence Highlights
- A board-certified bariatric surgeon performing advanced weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery).
- Staff that undergo continuous education to remain up-to-date on the latest weight-loss treatments and patient needs. All staff that work with weight loss surgery patients undergo sensitivity training to support patients' medical and emotional changes.
- Specially trained dietitians to support patients before and after surgery.
- A Bariatric Team that meets regularly to discuss planning, outcomes, quality improvement and patient care to constantly review and improve our program.
- Patients who share their stories to inspire and motivate others
Bariatric care at P/SL is provided by a board-certified bariatric surgeon, Thomas R. Brown, MD, who uses the most advanced tools and procedures, as recommended by the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Brown is also recognized as “Center of Excellence” bariatric surgeons by ASMBA.
We are committed to providing a high standard of care in bariatrics to minimize the risk of complications that prevent long-term success for our patients.