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Weight Loss Surgery

Tired of the ups-n-downs?!

Cut the habit of yo-yo dieting and discover better health with a nationally ranked weight loss program. With no program fee and affordable self-pay options, Chesapeake Regional Healthcare’s weight loss surgery program offers high quality care with positive results—as our patients can attest. From pre-admission and pre-operative screenings to post-operative care, treatment and support, our team is there for you each step of the way. Stop the yo-yo and see all that you have to gain.

Who Qualifies?

The U.S. National Institutes of Health recommends weight loss surgery as an option for those who have a body mass index of 35 or greater and have other health risks.

Virtual Weight Loss Seminars

Our free weight loss information seminars are designed to help you decide if bariatric surgery is right for you. In this virtual webinar, you will learn about our program, care team, the process and more.

Dr. Meyers treats and cares about you like he would want someone to take care of his family. He checks up on you constantly. He or his staff will answer any of your questions. There are plenty of times where I was nervous for the surgery & other reasons he just would calm my nerves by talking to me. I truly could sit here all day and write a novel about how great Dr. Meyers and his staff are. This office also makes sure you are informed on every aspect of the surgery. They do classes for nutrition, pre op - post op & etc. The best is seeing all there smiling faces when you walk into or leave your appointment. They are all cheering you on. It's like a big family. They are the best & I promise that! - Ashley Nickels, Google

Treatment Options

Two types of weight loss surgery.

Our surgeons perform two types of weight loss surgery, and will work with you to determine which is best for you after testing and individual consultation. All of our procedures are minimally invasive. 

Gastric Bypass

Gastric bypass involves the creation of a small stomach pouch using a stapling device. A section of the small intestine is attached directly to the pouch. This reduces the size of the stomach and bypasses a section of the small intestines. The result is often a dramatic loss of weight. The weight loss slows as the body approaches average weight for gender and size.

Sleeve Gastrectomy

Sleeve gastrectomy involves the removal of a large section of the stomach, which leaves a banana-shaped section, or sleeve, that is sealed using staples. Creating a smaller stomach pouch limits the amount of food that can be eaten at one time. Your body will stop storing excess calories and start using fat as an energy source. This procedure does not alter normal digestion.

Patient Spotlight

Our team approach allows patients to gain control over their long-term health and well-being. From the moment the decision to begin is made, our board-certified physicians, Bariatric Surgery & Weight Management Nurse Practitioner and Metabolic and Bariatric Program Coordinator offer one-on-one guidance to keep you on the road to success.




Awards & Accreditations


The Surgical Program is an Accredited Center by the American College of Surgeons' Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program.

Anthem BCBS Center+

This designation is awarded to doctors and hospitals based on a thorough, objective evaluation of their performance in the areas that matter most - quality care and treatment expertise.

Healthgrades Five-Star for Bariatric Surgery

Healthgrades Five-Star for Bariatric Surgery