Realize a Smaller You!
The Little Company of Mary Bariatric Surgery Center is dedicated to safely and effectively treating patients who are chronically 100 pounds or more over their ideal body weight. After years of living with the pain of unsuccessful diet and exercise plans, you may lose hope that you can live the happy and healthy life you deserve. That's why we strive to reduce the problems related to obesity. We offer a complete team of specialists from our bariatric surgeon to a support staff including nutritionists, exercise therapists, psychologists and more to provide new answers and options for overcoming obesity and give you the healthier, happier life you deserve.
Our specialized team has vast experience in treating obesity. Dr. Gerald Cahill, Medical Director of the Midwest Bariatric Institute has performed more than 4,500 successful weight loss surgeries to date. In fact, we've been rated an American Society of Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence based on quality and overall excellence. And, with comprehensive consultation, counseling, support and long-term follow-up, our team brings their expertise together to give you the best options in one place.
Advanced, Minimally-Invasive Procedures
The Little Company of Mary Bariatric Surgery Center is focused on reducing the pain of surgery as much as possible. That's why we specialize in minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques including Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery and the Lap-Band® Adjustable Gastric Band. With less pain, a lower rate of complications, a shorter hospital stay and a quicker return to normal activities, these
procedures let you begin a new lifestyle sooner. And, they represent the latest advancements in bariatric surgery.
Good treatment is important in all areas of our center, not just the operating room. Our staff sees every patient as an individual. Your treatment will be based on many factors and considered carefully. Overcoming obesity requires changing your lifestyle, and we're here to make sure we take every step with you and provide as much information as needed. Because advanced care should never come at the expense of comfort.