Bariatric surgery center in Central Denver
At the Rose Center for Bariatrics, we help you renew your life through one of the most experienced bariatric surgery programs in the U.S. Our bariatric surgeons combine clinical excellence with educational programs to give you the best possible outcomes. This means you will see lasting results and be able to create the best version of yourself.
To learn more about bariatric surgery and weight loss programs at Rose Medical Center, call us at (303) 320-7673.
Comprehensive surgical weight loss program
Our patients have lost a combined half-a-million pounds and resolved countless related health conditions. This is due, in part, to the unique benefits of the Rose Center for Bariatrics, such as:
- A Bariatric Center of Excellence, as designated by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery for providing safe, high-quality surgical care
- Affordable prices and expert care coordinators to assist you with financial and insurance matters
- Comprehensive pre- and post-surgery support and education groups
- Specialty bariatric care programs for those who are out-of-state, diabetic, teens, pregnant or in need of beginning the program quickly
- State-of-the-art technology and advanced laparoscopic (minimally invasive) capabilities
Types of bariatric surgery we perform
Our complete range of weight loss surgeries includes:
- Adjustable gastric banding/lap band
- Complex bariatric revisions
- Gastric plication
- Intragastric balloon (non-surgical)
- Laparoscopic loop duodenal switch
- Roux-en-Y gastric bypass
- Sleeve gastrectomy
The minimally invasive bariatric surgeons at Rose Medical Center are giving our bariatric patients a new lease on life with the added benefits of minimally invasive procedures: less pain, fewer complications and minimal scarring. Ask your surgeon if minimally invasive surgery is an option for you.
Keep the weight off with ongoing bariatric classes and support groups
You will have many questions about weight-loss surgery along the way, and we are here to help answer them. For each stage of the process, we offer in-person bariatric classes as well as several online educational videos, including:
- Bariatric Surgery Pre-Operative Nutrition Class
- Bariatric Surgery Post-Operative Pre-Select Diet Class
- Bariatric Surgery Post-Operative Soft Foods Diet Class
- Bariatric Surgery Post-Operative Solid Food Diet Class
Support groups and classes meet regularly and are supervised by our bariatric surgery team. Most of our classes can be attended by teleconference if you do not live in the Denver area.
Back to basics class
This class is designed as an overview and in-depth nutrition class. This helps reinforce your new lifestyle and establish good habits after weight loss surgery. We encourage this class at three months post-surgery and beyond as a refresher.
The four parts to this class are:
- Surgical tool
- Behavior modification
Weight loss surgery informational seminar
Take our free, online weight loss surgery seminar and learn why diet and exercise plans usually fail and how we may be able to help you succeed.
Bariatric menu planning
This class is held regularly from February through November. In it, a registered dietitian will help you learn how to cook and eat to be successful.
Bariatric support group
Our bariatric support groups allow you to ask questions, gain ideas, discover new motivation, discuss struggles and receive overall support from others who understand where you are coming from. You are welcome to bring guests to any support group meeting.
Out to eat group
This group meets at a restaurant once per quarter to go over healthy menu choices, preventing overeating and following your diet plan even on-the-go.
Registering and attending our bariatric classes
To register or find out more about our bariatric classes, seminars and resources, please call us at (303) 320-7673.
Cost and insurance coverage for bariatric surgery
We offer financial options for both self-pay and insured patients, and our bariatric specialists can assist you in navigating either plan.
Can you afford weight loss surgery?
Weight loss surgery is an investment in your health that, over time, may "pay for itself"—both financially and in quality of life. Our expert coordinators will work to help customize a plan that fits your needs and your budget.
However, it is important to consider the financial costs of continuing to suffer from obesity and its associated complications. This can include diabetes (typically Type 2), sleep apnea, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), joint pain and fatigue. Use our tool below to help you decide whether you can afford weight loss surgery.
Insurance for weight loss surgery
If you have insurance, including Medicare, and are interested in bariatric surgery, please contact your insurance provider to determine if they will cover your desired procedure.
If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact a bariatric coordinator at (303) 320-7673.
Self-pay/cash-pay options for weight loss surgery
We have affordable options for our self-pay patients. If you think you may be a self-paying patient and are committed to considering weight loss surgery, contact us immediately. We can help you expedite the process and offer:
- Discounted self-pay pricing packages to help you access care
- Payment plans to help you budget for your procedure
- Expert financial counselors
Get the most out of your life
Do you suffer from severe heartburn? Type 2 diabetes? High blood pressure? Sleep problems? Joint pain? Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)? Depression? Infertility? Incontinence?
Our patients report:
54% complete reversal of gastric reflux disease (severe heartburn)
72% type 2 diabetes remission or reduction in severity one year after surgery. That’s 365 fewer insulin shots annually!
88% find sleep apnea reversed one year after surgery
63% decrease of excess body weight
For the typical 5’5” female:
And for the typical 5’5” male:
Bariatric surgery at HealthONE
Bariatric surgery, also commonly referred to as weight loss surgery, is generally performed on patients struggling with obesity. There are several types of bariatric surgery, but they all aim to decrease food intake with the goal of rapid weight loss.Learn about Bariatric surgery