NYU Langone’s Weight Management Program is one of the most highly regarded centers of its kind. Our experts, who are among the most experienced in the field, believe that by offering medical and surgical weight loss options—including gastric sleeve, LAP-BAND®, gastric balloon, and gastric bypass—under one roof, we can best meet the needs of our patients.
We are accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP) as a comprehensive center providing high-quality, patient-centered care for adolescents and adults.
The need to lose weight is not simply cosmetic but can be lifesaving as well. Obesity is a medical condition that is associated with a variety of health problems, including high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol levels, breathing problems, gastroesophageal reflux disease, degenerative arthritis, skin infections, infertility in women, and even cancer.
The expertise of our surgeons in performing weight loss surgery makes them among the best in the world. They have extensive training in minimally invasive laparoscopic bariatric surgeries for weight loss and are supported by a team of anesthesiologists, operating room staff, and nurses who are specially trained in caring for people who are overweight or morbidly obese.
The safety of bariatric surgery varies considerably, depending on your personal health and medical history, the type of procedure performed, and the experience of both the surgeon and the hospital. No matter which type of surgery you choose, it is vital to have it performed by a highly experienced team, such as the one at NYU Langone. Simply put, the more experience, the better the outcome.
Learn more about surgical options by registering for our weight loss surgery information session.
Because certain people do not want or require surgery, we also offer a wide range of medical weight loss options.
For some people, nutritional education, lifestyle guidance, exercise plans, behavioral-mindful eating techniques, and trigger analysis—or discovering which circumstances trigger the desire to eat—are exactly what is needed.
Learn more about medical options for weight loss.
In addition to our main location in Manhattan, we provide care at NYU Langone’s Preston Robert Tisch Center for Men’s Health at 555 Madison Avenue. In Brooklyn, we have two locations at 101 Broadway and at the NYU Langone Brooklyn Endoscopy and Ambulatory Surgery Center at 1630 East 14th Street. We also have an office in Queens at NYU Langone Ambulatory Care Rego Park, located at 97-85 Queens Boulevard. Our office in Rockland County is located at 5B Medical Park Drive in Pomona, and our Orange County office is at 745 Route 17M in Monroe. Our offices in Staten Island are at 682 Forest Avenue and 3453 Richmond Avenue.
We are here to answer any questions you may have. Call our office at 212-263-3166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information about our programs and seminars.
To register for an information session, please call 866-886-4698.