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Weight Loss Ongoing Support Group


Healthy lifestyle management is an important part of bariatric (weight loss) surgery. We'd like to partner with you to promote your ongoing physical and emotional success.

Our team of specialists invites you to our free monthly bariatric support group. We welcome anyone who has undergone or is considering weight loss surgery.

Each session features a guest speaker presenting relevant topics. At the meetings you'll be able to ask questions and hear and share stories about the post-surgery weight loss journey in a safe, friendly, supportive environment.

The group meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 4 - 6 p.m. at the Marley Education Center, 765 Irving Ave., conveniently located on University Hill, minutes off the East Adams St. exit of Route 81 north and south. Free parking for attendees is available in the Marley Education Center garage (garage is beneath the building and entrance is located at the corner of Irving Ave. and University Pl.)

There is no need to pre-register... please just come and join us, no matter where you originally had your bariatric surgery!  Questions? Contact Colleen Cauley, our weight loss surgery administrator, at 315-470-8974.

2018 Bariatric Support Group Dates

Feb. 14

March 14

April 11

May 9

June 13

July 11

Aug. 8

Sept. 12

Oct. 10

Nov. 14

Dec. 12





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