Weight Loss Surgery (Bariatric Surgery) in Orlando, FL
Bariatric Surgical Center
7300 Sandlake Commons Blvd.
Best Bariatric Surgeons around Orlando, FL
National Bariatric Link has helped hundreds of patients find the right bariatric surgeon in Orlando, FL that accept your insurance and has the best bariatric program to get you to a healthy weight.
In the Orlando Kissimmee Metro area 37.4 percent of the population is Overweight and 28.3 percent is Obese. From 2009 to 2011, Orange County's three-year age-adjusted death rates for heart disease, stroke and diabetes in adults ( all weight-related diseases and conditions) were higher than the overall state rates. This unhealthy weight leads to a higher risk of chronic illnesses, such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, cancer and arthritis.The important take-away from these statistics if that you do not need to be one!
Our bariatric program will lower your chance for heart disease, stroke and reverse your diabetes, as well as reveral or remission of many other comorbidities caused by being overwight.
How to Start the Bariatric Process - >Pre-Qualification
The first step is to determine if you are a candidate for weight loss surgery. Your insurance company and your surgeon will abide by the NIH guidelines that determin your elegibility for weight loss surgery.
We will guide you every step of the way
Get started on your weight loss journey today!
Find out which procedure and what surgeon is best for you and your body?
Our trained weight loss counselors and coordinators can help guide you through your entire weight loss jouney, at absolutely no cost to you!
We can provide information about procedures offered in your area and suitable for you, help you find the perfect weight loss surgeon or clinic in Orlando, FL, assist with insurance or financing if needed, and so much more!
To Start, Do the Easy Bariatric Qualification Profile:
Gastric Bypass in Orlando, FL
When looking for the top surgeon for gastric bypass surgery in Orlando, FL you need to take into consideration several factors such as the facility chosen to perform the procedure and the geographical location in which the patient and the facility reside. We work with a "Center of Excellence" in Orlando and the bariatric program has a long history of success with data and awards to prove it. Many surgical clinics offer competitive prices and if the patient has insurance, and he or she is medically eligible for the surgery (by the insurance), then most likely the procedure will not cost anything to the patient.
Check if your insurance covers Gastric Bypass in Orlando, FL
Lap Band in Orlando, FL
When talking with the surgeon about specific lap band costs, it is extremely important to question the costs of the procedure from beginning to end. The main costs to keep in mind and consider are any pre-operative tests, hospital charges, surgeon fees, and associated surgery fees. Additional costs can include nutritional counseling, follow-up care, psychological support and any follow-up medical appointments for Lap Band fills.
Check if your insurance covers Lap Band in Orlando, FL
Gastric Sleeve in Orlando, FL
The Gastric Sleeve procedure is one of the leading bariatric procedures that patients are choosing. In Florida, our bariatric program that we work with has many years of experience in preforming the Gastric Sleeve. Complete the insurance verification to see if your insurance will cover this type of bariatric procedure.
After the first appointment, how long will it take before I have surgery?
This depends on your insurance provider and the criteria they require, as well as the tests and requirements our team finds necessary.
How long will I have to stay in the hospital after surgery?
Your hospital stay will depend on the type of weight loss surgery you have. Generally, hospital stays are between one and three days.
How long will I be off of work after surgery?
Again, your time off of work will depend on the type of weight loss surgery you have. After Lap-Band® surgery, you can return to work in about one-week. The gastric bypass (RYGB) and duodenal switch (DS) procedures average a two- to four-week recuperation.