If you are struggling with obesity, HCA Houston Healthcare Northwest can help. Our surgical weight loss solutions are designed to promote long-term weight management.

Metabolic and bariatric surgery accreditation

A part of HCA Houston Healthcare's premier bariatric weight loss program, Redefine Clinical Weight Loss, we provide a comprehensive treatment program for weight loss surgery—from pre-surgery counseling to post-procedure support and education.

We are also fully accredited by the American College of Surgeons' Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), a designation for weight loss surgery programs that have demonstrated quality, best practices, and commitment to patient safety. In addition, HCA Houston Northwest is recognized for excellence as an Aetna Institute of Quality, a Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Distinction Center Plus and a Cigna 3 Star Center. Our bariatric surgery program also participates in most insurance plans.

Northwest surgical weight loss options

Redefine Clinical Weight Loss at HCA Houston Northwest provides options for weight loss surgery, including minimally invasive robotic techniques that can result in a quicker recovery and shorter hospital stay.

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To learn more about HCA's Redefine Clinical Weight Loss Program at Northwest and whether you qualify, connect with one of our bariatric counselors at (833) 203-9816.

Ready to begin the journey?

Our network, the largest of its kind in Houston, features a comprehensive bariatric weight loss treatment program—from pre-surgery counseling and preparation to post-surgery support and education.

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Redefine clinical weight loss

Bariatric surgery at HCA Houston Healthcare

Weight loss surgery, also known as bariatric surgery, is performed on patients with obesity. There are several types of bariatric procedures, but all focus on making modifications to the digestive system with the goal of significant weight loss.

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