Free Bariatric Seminars Hosted By CHI Memorial Metabolic And Bariatric Care

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Jaime Ponce, M.D. and CHI Memorial Metabolic and Bariatric Care will host free seminars in October on surgical and non-surgical weight loss options.

The seminars will be held at CHI Memorial Metabolic and Bariatric Care at 7405 Shallowford Road, Suite 160, Chattanooga, Tn. 37421.

The seminars will be held at the following times:

Oct. 3
11:30 a.m.
Bariatric Surgery Seminar

Oct. 3
5 p.m.
Bariatric Surgery Seminar

Oct. 17
Noon
Non-surgical Options Seminar

Oct. 17
5 p.m.
Bariatric Surgery Seminar

Obesity can be devastating to a person’s health and self-esteem. These educational seminars are designed to help one better understand bariatric surgical and non-surgical options, and how it may benefit one's health. Topics include: who is a good candidate for the procedure, what to expect during the recovery period, and lifestyle changes needed to foster a successful outcome. Walk-ins are also welcome. Attendees are asked to arrive at the seminar location 30 minutes early.

CHI Memorial is accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP).  This means people in the Chattanooga region have access to the some of the most effective weight loss surgery options along with a highly-trained medical staff that supports individuals through their weight loss journey.

CHI Memorial is recognized as an Optum/United Bariatric Surgery Centers of Excellence and Aetna Bariatric Surgery Institute of Quality program. 

CHI Memorial Metabolic and Bariatric Care is at 7405 Shallowford Road, Suite 160, Chattanooga, Tn. 37421. For more information, additional dates and locations for upcoming seminars, or to register for a seminar, visit www.ChattanoogaBariatrics.com



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