A healthier life is in your grasp!

If you've struggled to lose weight or maintain weight loss, if your weight is a factor in your diabetes or cardiovascular health, or if your acid reflux is unbearable, the doctors at Saint Agnes Group may be able to help.

Dr. Andrew Averback and Dr. Isam Hamdallah are general and bariatric surgeons who focus on:

  • Helping clients lose weight with bariatric surgery.
  • Providing advanced, minimally invasive surgeries that treat acid reflux, hernia, and other issues of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

While bariatric surgeries are most commonly equated with weight loss, there are a number of other GI problems that can be surgically treated when other, less invasive methods have failed. For example, surgery might relieve acid reflux, hernias, gallbladder pain, and more. Dr. Averbach and Dr. Hamdallah perform advanced laparoscopic and endoscopic surgeries and procedures like:

Dr. Hamdallah and Dr. Averbach joined the Saint Agnes Bariatric Surgery Center in 2002, and have since performed more than 4,000 bariatric procedures as leaders in the center, helping to make it the top program in Maryland. St. Agnes' program has been recognized by the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and the American College of Surgeons Fully Accredited Comprehensive Center of Excellence for bariatric surgery. The program has helped more patients than any other hospital in the state.

To learn more about weight loss surgery, find out if you might qualify for the procedure, of if you have questions about the other minimally invasive GI surgeries that we perform, call the office at 667-234-8725 to schedule a free consultation appointment today.

 

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For more than 150 years, Saint Agnes Hospital has been dedicated to the art of healing by providing exceptional care to the greater Baltimore area. Built on a strong foundation of excellent medical care and compassion, Saint Agnes is committed to providing the best care for our patients for many years to come.