Swedish Weight Loss Services

Losing weight is one of the toughest things you’ll ever do, but we can help. Swedish Weight Loss Services is powered by a compassionate team of health professionals who deliver exceptional care and ongoing support to help you improve your quality of life through weight loss. 

Whether you choose surgery or a non-surgical program to lose weight, you can expect a team of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dietitians, behavioral health specialists and staff members encouraging you every step of the way.

We invite all new patients to attend a free weight loss seminar so you can learn more about our services and meet the team. Register here.
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Take the first step

Attend a seminar to learn about your weight loss surgery options and talk to a surgeon to find out what weight loss approach is best for you.

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Patient Resources

Whether you’re researching options or you’re a longtime patient of the clinic, get the resources you need: download forms, join a support group, or understand finance options.

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Reach your goals

Get the tools, guidance, support and strategies you need to succeed. Together we'll identify your goals, health needs, and life challenges to customize a plan that works for you.

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