Swedish Weight Loss Services

206.215.2090

First Hill
Heath Building
801 Broadway
Suite 800
Seattle, WA

Issaquah Highlands
751 NE Blakely Dr.
3rd Floor Cascade Wing
Issaquah, WA

Providers

Margaux Lovell, PA
Ross McMahon, MD
Adam Simon, PA
Judy Chen, MD
Brian Sung, MD  

Profession: 
Bariatric Surgery

Swedish Weight Loss Services is a hospital based program with an integrated team of medical professionals that provides patients with a bariatric centered program for those struggling with obesity.  The program goes beyond the high standards required to maintain a Center of Excellence designation by the MBSAQIP, the national accreditation program for bariatric surgery centers. 

As part of a comprehensive multidisciplinary weight loss program, our services include comprehensive education, medical support, nutritional therapy, support groups, and counseling therapy, all centered on bariatric patient care.   Whether you choose bariatric surgery, or medically supervised weight management, you will have physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dietitians, psychiatrists, and supporting staff members who are committed to your success.

Swedish Weight Loss Services is the only program in the state of Washington where all the surgeons are fellowship trained in bariatric surgery from such prestigious programs as Duke, Harvard, and Stanford.  They have a combined experience of more than 30 years and more than 3,000 weight loss surgeries.  As part of our surgical expertise, we offer bariatric surgery that includes robotic, laparoscopic and traditional surgery procedures for Gastric Bypass, Adjustable Gastric Band, Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy, and more complex bariatric surgery choices including Revisional Surgery.

Our goal is to fully empower our patients, giving them the tools necessary to succeed and achieve positive results.  Swedish Weight Loss Services is an accredited Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, offering a lifetime of care for each patient.