Best Bariatric Surgeons in Texas
As of 2018, Texas had a population of 28.7 million residents. The median household income was $60,629. This is a 2.4% increase from the median household income in 2017. The average personal healthcare spending in 2014 was $6,998, in the state of Texas. This was a 5.06% increase from the previous year, i.e. 2013. Average spending on personal healthcare from private insurance (per enrollee) was $4,696. Average Medicare spending on personal healthcare, per enrollee, was $11,895. Average Medicaid spending in personal healthcare, per enrollee, was $7,273. Patients to primary care physician ratio in Texas was 1,670:1 in 2018, a 0.12% increase from the previous year.
The adult obesity rates range between 20.3% to 39.6% across counties in Texas state. The highest prevalence of adult obesity in Texas is in Angelina county, with the rate being 34.2% to 39.6%.
Around 17.3% of the population of Texas has no health coverage. Considering the high cost of healthcare in the states, this is an alarming number. Out of the total population, 46.1% have employer-provided health coverage. Between 2016 and 2017, the rate of uninsured individuals grew by 4.26%.
Top Bariatric Surgeons:
Texas Weight Loss Surgery
Our mission is to connect you with the leading bariatric surgeons locally in Texas. Compare the leading weight loss surgeons in populous Texas cities, including Houston, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, and San Antonio.
1. EducationWe list only the most qualified bariatric professionals who have accreditations, awards, and licensing.
2. ExperienceVast surgical experience in laparoscopic bariatric surgery and general surgery is a must.
3. EmpathySurgeons with the professionalism and empathy to provide the best service to those seek obesity treatments.