The decision to undergo weight loss surgery is an important one that affects every aspect of your life.

At HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast, our surgical weight loss program offers a comprehensive approach to the effective management of obesity and health-related issues that often accompany obesity.

We are a part of Redefine Clinical Weight Loss, HCA Houston Healthcare’s premier bariatric weight loss program that is changing how our patients look at weight loss. We know that this is an emotional journey and we are prepared to help you every step of the way.

We are fully accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), a designation reserved for weight loss surgery programs that have demonstrated a history of successful bariatric surgery patient outcomes.

Southeast weight loss surgery options

We want to make your goal of permanent weight loss a success. Our highly qualified bariatric surgeons will help you choose the best weight loss surgery option for your body. We offer a range of surgical options, including minimally invasive surgical techniques that can result in a shorter hospital stay as well as less scarring and pain.

Services at this location:

  • Gastric banding
  • Gastric bypass
  • Duodenal switch
  • Sleeve gastrectomy
  • Revision surgery

Our multidisciplinary team will guide you on your surgical weight loss journey with compassion, understanding, and support to help you live a healthier life.

To learn more about bariatric surgery and whether or not you qualify, connect with one of our bariatric counselors at (833) 203-9816. To learn more about the bariatric program at HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast, call (713) 359-1664.

Bariatric surgery at HCA Houston Healthcare

Bariatric surgery, also commonly referred to as weight loss surgery, is generally performed on patients struggling with obesity. There are several types of bariatric surgery, but they all aim to decrease food intake with the goal of rapid weight loss.

Learn about Bariatric surgery