Gastric Sleeve Surgery

Successful Weight Loss Option

Struggling with your Weight? Contact Us

Lose Weight Long Term with Gastric Sleeve Surgery

With Gastric Sleeve Surgery you can expect to lose around 65-70% of your excess weight, experience minimal pain after surgery and minimal time recovering from the surgery.

Potential Excess Weight Loss (%)

Included in our program are specialized dietitians, psychologists, bariatric physicians an exercise physiologists to support you in your weight loss journey.

How do I know if Gastric Sleeve Surgery is for me?

Please consult with our surgeons for further information if you:

  • Have a BMI over 40?

  • Have a BMI over 35 along with medical disorder causing weight problem

  • Live in remote areas

  • If you are over 18 years of age

Sleeve Gastrectomy Explained

14,000,000 Australians are overweight or obese.
Chose NOT to be one of them!

In Australia, obesity has over taken smoking as the number one cause of premature death or sickness in Australia

On current trends, when Australia’s children reach 20 years of age, they will have a shorter life expectancy than earlier generations simply because of the obesity epidemic. [Monash]

If you are not experiencing complications from being overweight or obese, then the likelihood of that occurring in the near future is high!

Address your weight problem now by visiting us at Western Surgical Health  and speaking to our weight loss surgeons.

Obesity leads to other health concerns such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, vascular diseases, blood pressure issues, asthma, sleep apnea and various cancers.

Meet Our Surgeons

Prof Jeff Hamdorf AM
Prof Jeff Hamdorf AMSurgeon
Dr Sue Taylor
Dr Sue TaylorSurgeon
Dr. Ruth Blackham
Dr. Ruth BlackhamSurgeon

Begin your weight loss journey now

Our care is unique in that we provide highly specialised professionals all at one location to support you in your surgery.

Our team includes:

– Specialised Bariatric Surgeons (both male and female)
– General Surgeons (both male and female)
– Bariatric GPs (both male and female)
– Accredited Practising Dietitians
– Specialised Psychologists
– Exercise Physiologists