Weight Loss and Bariatric Surgery

Weight Loss and Bariatric Surgery

Carrying excess weight (more than 30 extra pounds) can cause numerous health issues. Being overweight or obese can contribute to sleep apnea, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and depression. If you are overweight, you are not alone.

Weight Loss and Bariatric Surgery


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But there is some good news… help is available for you at the Utah Center for Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery in West Jordan, UT. If you have tried to lose weight on your own and have either been (1) unable to achieve results or (2) quickly put the lost weight back on, you may be a candidate for bariatric surgery.

Your weight loss journey begins with our team of dedicated surgeons, nurses, dieticians, and personalized patient coordination. For more information visit CMIBS.com.



Weight Loss Support
Weight Loss Strategies
Today is the perfect day to reevaluate your health and wellness goals. Often, these goals begin with losing weight. Steward Health Care Bariatric Surgeon, John Hwang, MD, is here to help answer commonly asked questions about weight loss strategies.
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Your height and weight (or your BMI) and the types of illnesses you have determine whether or not you qualify for bariatric surgery.

Conditions We Treat

  • BMI of 40 or more
  • BMI of over 35 and have other comorbidities


  • Medically Supervised Weight Loss (nutrition and exercise)
  • Sleeve Gastrectomy
  • Roux-en-Y Gastric Banding
  • Adjustable Lap Band
  • Revisional Surgery
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Our Team

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Catherine Beck, MD
Catherine Beck, MD

General Surgery,
Bariatric Surgery

Jeffrey Eakin, MD
Jeffrey Eakin, MD

General Surgery,
Bariatric Surgery