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Bryan Bariatric Advantage
Bryan West Campus
2300 S. 16th St.
Lincoln, NE 68502
Use Medical Center Entrance

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Less is More

More Memories, More Freedom

Take a free, simple online screening to determine how your weight may be impacting your health.

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Is Weight Loss Surgery for Me?

Discover if bariatric surgery is right for you

  • You are 100 pounds overweight or more, with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40 or greater, or
  • You have a BMI of 35 or greater and one or more serious health conditions linked to being obese, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or sleep apnea, and
  • You have not had been able to lose weight in other ways, such as diet, exercise or medications

What is Body Mass Index (BMI)?

BMI is a measure used to index a person’s height and weight. BMI helps you and your health care professionals better understand health issues associated with a specific weight classification, such as obesity and morbid obesity.

Calculate your BMI, and get a detailed report.

Other Common Guidelines for Weight Loss Surgery:

  • Understanding the risks of bariatric surgery
  • Committing to dietary and other lifestyle changes as recommended by your surgeon
  • Having a history of failed weight loss attempts
  • Undergoing a complete examination including medical tests

Is Bariatric Surgery Right for Me?

Talk with your surgeon about the different surgical treatments, as well as the benefits and risks. Remember, bariatric surgery is not a quick fix. You must commit to long-term lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, which are key to the success of bariatric surgery.

Take the Next Step

Attend a free information session

Schedule a consultation

or Call 402-481-5454

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Bryan Bariatric Surgery at Bryan Medical Center has been designated as a Center of Excellence by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. 

Bryan Bariatric Advantage offers weight loss surgery options, expertise and support.


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