Bariatric Surgery

Bedford area residents can now receive pre-surgery and post-surgery care at UPMC Bedford Memorial, and bariatric surgery will be performed at UPMC Altoona, which is accredited as a Comprehensive Center for Bariatric Surgery.

Discover Your Options

If you're more than 80 pounds overweight and diet and exercise haven't worked, you might be a candidate for weight loss surgery. Learn more about the factors affecting your options by attending a free information session at UPMC Bedford Memorial.

Sessions will be held throughout the year, presented by bariatric surgeon Scot Currie, DO, of UPMC Altoona Surgical Associates.

5 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, January 19
Vreeland Conference Room, UPMC Bedford Memorial, Everett, Pa.
Pre-registration is required, call 814-889-7500

5 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, February 16
Vreeland Conference Room, UPMC Bedford Memorial, Everett, Pa.
Pre-registration is required, call 814-889-7500

5 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, March 15
Vreeland Conference Room, UPMC Bedford Memorial, Everett, Pa.
Pre-registration is required, call 814-889-7500

5 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 12
Vreeland Conference Room, UPMC Bedford Memorial, Everett, Pa.
Pre-registration is required, call 814-889-7500

5 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, May 10
Vreeland Conference Room, UPMC Bedford Memorial, Everett, Pa.
Pre-registration is required, call 814-889-7500


Contact Us

Make an appointment or register for an information session by calling 814-889-7500 or email bariatriccoordinator@upmc.edu​

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