Bariatric Specialists & Weight Loss Physicians - Milwaukee, WI - Ascension Wisconsin

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Choosing the Right Bariatric Surgery Specialist

Bariatric surgery is highly specialized and requires surgeons, specialists and support staff who are skilled and experienced in all of the many different bariatric surgery options available. Wheaton Franciscan - Elmbrook Memorial Campus, in partnership with the Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group - Bariatric Institute of Wisconsin, offers one of Wisconsin’s leading surgery programs, featuring the area’s most experienced team of bariatric specialists.

Bariatric surgery candidates from across the country have chosen Elmbrook Memorial for bariatric surgery because of its success rate, its comprehensive, individualized program and its advanced level of care. You can depend on us to give you the bariatric specialist care you require before and after surgery.

For more information about the Bariatric Institute of Wisconsin and its services, call 262-785-7770.

Our Bariatric Surgeons

Elmbrook Memorial’s bariatric surgeons were among the first to develop minimally invasive approaches to bariatric surgery and have performed more than 2,200 bariatric surgeries. Our surgeons are certified by the American Society of Bariatric Surgeons (ASBS).

Specially Trained Bariatric Physicians, Nurses & Staff

Elmbrook Memorial’s bariatric surgery program is home to four Certified Bariatric Nurse Specialists. Other bariatric surgery specialists at Elmbrook Memorial also include:

  • Specifically trained bariatric nurses, dietitians, physical therapists and psychologists
  • Hospital anesthesiology, recovery, radiology and nursing staff experienced in the special needs and concerns of bariatric patients
  • A dedicated bariatric coordinator to explain the bariatric process and address all of your questions and concerns
  • A team that has one of the highest success rates in the nation

You'll also benefit from private patient rooms, furniture and equipment specifically designed for bariatric patients as well as support groups before and after surgery.