Weight Loss Surgery | Morton

Weight Loss Surgery

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Morton Hospital’s Center for Weight Control offers both medical and surgical options to help patients become healthier and achieve weight loss goals.

Morton’s multidisciplinary team includes an experienced surgeon, nurses, dietitians, and psychologists with expertise in sleeve gastrectomy – also known as gastric sleeve surgery. All team members work closely with each other and the patients, providing education on weight loss methods and helping each individual decide which options are best for him or her. Compassionate, individualized care includes regular monitoring to ensure that weight is lost at a healthy rate and in a healthy manner.


Gastric sleeve surgeries are conveniently performed right at Morton Hospital, as well as pre- and post-operative appointments.

Our Team

Request An Appointment or Book Online

Please submit the form below to request an appointment or if you prefer to speak with someone directly, please call 800-488-5959.

Please note: Our Steward DoctorFinder team does not book appointments for psychiatry, physical and occupational therapy, bariatric consultations, or radiology testing such as mammograms and x-rays. These appointments can be booked by calling the hospital department directly.

If you choose to request an appointment via the form below a member of our Steward DoctorFinder team will contact you shortly after. We will work with you to secure an appointment at your earliest convenience and at the location of your choice.

DID YOU KNOW?

You can also book online with select Steward Medical Group primary care and women's health providers using ZocDoc.

Resources

    What Are Your Options? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one-third of adults in the United States are considered obese. Additionally, adult obesity rates for Raynham (25.1 percent), Taunton (29.7 percent), and Middleboro (25.8 percent, and are all above the state average (24.5 percent), according to data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.