At Spire Gatwick Park Hospital, we offer a range of weight loss treatments to help put you back in control of your body, your health and your life.
We offer various weight loss treatments in the Crawley area. These include operations to reduce the size of your stomach, such as gastric bypass surgery, or using gastric balloons that inflate in your stomach to make you feel full after a small meal.
Losing weight can help us become more confident about the way we look. But weight loss is more than just how we look, and also about how we feel. Maintaining a healthy weight can help improve our general health.
We offer various weight loss treatments. These include operations to:
You’ll receive a full assessment beforehand and our world-class consultants will help you decide which treatment is best for you. Our physiotherapists can give you an exercise plan and our dietitians and nutritionists will encourage you to follow a healthy diet, as well as help you to develop practical skills for long-term weight management.
Our dedicated team of bariatric specialists - led by our consultant upper gastrointestinal and bariatric surgeon Mr Simon Monkhouse - will help you every step of the way on your journey. We provide you with advice and support throughout your weight loss journey, from your first appointment until long after your surgery, with a lifelong monthly weight loss support group.
To book a free mini-consultation with our bariatric nurse or surgeon, please call 01293 778 906 or send an enquiry.
“I would wholeheartedly recommend Mr Simon Monkhouse and the weight loss team at Spire Gatwick Hospital to anyone seeking surgery in his particular field.” - Read Angela's story
“Simon's pre and post care has been second to none - he is truly passionate about bariatrics.” - Read Lorraine Chard's story
“I would recommend this hospital to anyone who is looking to have a band, bypass or sleeve.” - Read Lorraine Morrison's story
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