- Bariatric Seminar
- For Canadian Patients
- Welcome to Weightloss Surgery
- What Is Obesity
- Causes of Morbid Obesity
- Options for Treatment
- Weight Loss Surgery Options
- Am I Morbidly Obese?
- Obesity-Related Health Conditions
- Choosing Surgery
- Life After Surgery
- Qualification and Application Request
Buffalo General Medical Center
100 High Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
- (716) 859-1168
- Map & Directions
Do you have 100 lbs or more to lose?
Join us for a free informational seminar on Weight Loss Surgery
If being morbidly overweight (100 pounds or more) has kept you from the life you deserve, Buffalo General Medical Center can help.
Our surgeons are experts in the Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass procedure, Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy and the Laparoscopic Adjustable Banding. Our team is capable of managing the most challenging and complex bariatric patients with the best opportunity for safe and effective outcomes.
To register please provide your name, phone number, email address, and then click the register button for the seminar you would like to attend.
Seminar Discussions Include:
- Are you a candidate for bariatric surgery?
- How does bariatric surgery work?
- Benefits/risks of surgery.
- Diet/lifestyle changes after bariatric surgery.
- What to expect from a physician consultation.
- Question and answer session
Seminars are open to the public and held at Buffalo General bi-weekly at noon. Seminar is located in the D building (gold elevators), 2nd Floor, Cummings Conference Room. Please refer to schedule on the right for seminar dates. All patients MUST bring a support person to seminar.
Monthly evening seminars will be held at The Millennium Hotel , located at 2040 Walden Avenue, Cheektowaga, next to the Galleria Mall. The seminar begins promptly at 5:45 p.m. and guests should arrive by 5:30 p.m. Parking is provided free of charge. Please note, your support person must also attend this seminar.
Questions, call (716) 859-2067.
Meet the Physicians
|Alan Posner, MD, is fellowship- trained in laparoscopic surgery. Dr. Posner was one of the first surgeons in Western New York to offer bariatric surgery using the laparoscopic technique.|
|Aaron Hoffman, MD, joined the bariatric program in 2007 and was named medical director in November of 2011. He is fellowship-trained in the laparoscopic surgery technique and bariatric surgery.|
|John Butsch, MD, joined the bariatric program in 2009. He performed laparoscopic bariatric surgery for several years in Chicago, IL prior to joining the program at Buffalo General Medical Center.|