Discover the Top Bariatric Surgeons in Massachusetts with our hand-picked list.

According to data from the 2018 survey, Massachusetts is home to 6.9 million people, a 0.617% growth from the previous year. The median salary of Massachusetts residents is $79,835. The median age of the residents is 39.5 years. The number saw a 3.17% growth from the previous year.

In 2014, the per capita personal healthcare spending in the state was $10,559. This was a 2.78% increase from the previous year. Medicaid spending per enrollee was $8,922, while private health insurance spending per enrollee was $5,302. Per enrollee, Medicare spending on personal healthcare was $11,899 between 2013 and 2014.

Massachusetts has a 954:1 ratio of patients to primary care physicians. If we compare to the neighboring states, the ratio is pretty impressive in Massachusetts. Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut and New York have the comparatively higher patient to clinician ratios. On the other hand, Vermont features an even lower ratio of patients to clinicians. In Massachusetts, this ratio represents a 0.421% increase from the previous year.

Adult obesity rates across different counties of Massachusetts ranges between 18.0% to 29.2%. The county with the highest adult obesity rate, i.e. 27.5% to 29.2% is Bristol county.

In terms of health coverage, Massachusetts has an impressive ratio of uninsured individuals at 2.8%. Between 2016 and 2017, the number of uninsured individuals in the state grew by 10.1%. Approximately 8.8% of the population in Massachusetts did not visit a doctor in 12 months due to cost. 12.4% of the population has non-group health insurance coverage, 19.1% are on Medicaid, Medicare covers 10.9% of the population, 0.752% are on military or VA coverage and finally, employer health insurance coverage is available to 54.1% of the population.

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54 Baker Avenue Extension #200, Concord, MA 01742

Bariatric Surgeon

Dr. Doyon, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon specialized in Bariatric Surgery, and Obesity Medicine with extensive surgical experience, currently located in Boston, Massachusetts. Her clinical interests are – Laparoscopic surgery, weight loss surgery, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Gastric Bypass, repair of Hernias, and Gastrointestinal Surgery

21 Village Square Chelmsford, MA 01824

Bariatric Surgeon

Dr. Shen, MD, FACS, is a board-certified general surgeon with more than 21 years of surgical experience. He is highly skilled in – Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band, Bariatric Surgery, General Surgery, Minimally invasive surgery, and Robotic Surgery. He has performed over 2000 laparoscopic-bariatric surgeries till now. Dr. Shen is located in Boston, Massachusetts.

21 Village Square Chelmsford, MA 01824

Precision Surgical Specialists

Dr. Shore, MD, FACS is a board-certified general surgeon specialized in Bariatric Surgery, Breast Surgery, Gastroenterological Surgery, Laparoscopic Surgery, and Robotic Surgery with more than 20 years of experience. Her clinical interest includes – Breast Health, Robotic Surgery, Breast Surgery, and Bariatric Surgery. Dr. Shore is currently serving the Boston, Massachusetts area.

10 Members Way - Suite 302, Dover, NH 03820

Dr. Takla, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon specializing in minimally invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery with extensive surgical experience. His area of surgical expertise includes – hernias, reflux disease, appendix, diverticulitis, gallbladder disease, gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and revision weight-loss surgeries. Dr. Takla serves the greater Massachusetts area.

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Massachusetts Weight Loss Surgery

Our missions is to help you discover the top weight loss surgeons of Massachusetts. Below you'll find our hand-picked list of top bariatric surgeons in Massachusetts. Narrow your search to these regions in Massachusetts: Boston Bariatric Surgeons.

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Our Selection Criteria:

1. Education

We list only the most qualified bariatric professionals who have accreditations, awards, and licensing.

2. Experience

Vast surgical experience in laparoscopic bariatric surgery and general surgery is a must. Must have the necessary practical experience for various weight loss surgeries.

3. Empathy

Surgeons with the professionalism and empathy to provide the best service to those seek obesity treatments.

Bariatric Surgery FAQs

Bariatric surgery is meant to surgically alter the digestive system to aid patients with weight loss.

Generally, bariatric surgery is considered a safe procedure. However, as with all medical procedures, there certain risks and complications associated with bariatric surgery such as bleeding, infection, or blood clots.

In general, bariatric surgery in Massachusetts can range from $10,000 all the way up to $55,000. However, the actual cost of your procedure will depend on a variety of factors such as you healthcare and insurance providers, location, and the specific procedure you choose. For more information about the cost of bariatric surgery in Massachusetts, click here.

Yes, bariatric surgery is an increasingly common procedure, with hundreds of thousands of people worldwide undergoing bariatric surgery annually.