Atlantic General Bariatric Center
Berlin, MD location:
James G. Barrett Medical Office Building
10231 Old Ocean City Boulevard, Suite 207
Berlin, MD 21811
West Fenwick location:
37464 Lion Drive, Unit 2
Selbyville, DE 19975
If you are looking to make a life change by starting your weight loss journey, our team of knowledgeable and caring professionals at the Atlantic General Bariatric Center is here to help you.
We’ll be there for you the whole way.
Our services include:
- Non-surgical medical weight-loss plans
- Advanced surgical techniques, including gastric banding and sleeve gastrectomy
- Comprehensive medical evaluation
- Dietary monitoring and support
- Pre- and post-operative counseling and resources
- Online patient support group
See the health benefits with losing just 5 to 10 percent of your body weight. Click on the infographic to the left.
Questions about the bariatric surgery process? We’re here to help.
Our goal is to ensure you have answers to your questions about the bariatric surgery process. We offer a variety of resources for center participants. We are also here with counseling for any concerns you may have, and we can answer questions that come up along the way.
Would you like more information regarding the sleeve gastrectomy procedure? Are you interested in learning more about our monthly support groups, blog, financial counseling services, and other tools and resources? To learn more and schedule an appointment with our Maryland or Delaware Bariatric Center, please call (410) 641-9568.
New Direction Medical Weight-Loss Program
If you need help with your commitment to lose weight but aren’t interested in surgery, the New Direction Medical Weight-Loss Program could be an ideal match for you. Through this program we provide our patients with the treatment, as well as ongoing support and monitoring, necessary to safely reach their goals and achieve permanent weight loss. Long-term success is possible through measured, responsible changes in dietary, behavioral, and activity patterns. Learn more about this program when you contact Atlantic General Hospital.
Call Atlantic General Bariatric Center Today
Achieve newfound freedom, energy, and long-term success with help from the Atlantic General Bariatric Center. Learn more about our services. Contact our staff at Atlantic General Bariatric Center today to set up an appointment!
An Accredited Center of Excellence
Atlantic General Bariatric Center meets all criteria according to national quality standards established to deliver safe, high quality bariatric patient care.
The center has been accredited under the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), a joint program of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS). The MBSAQIP Standards, outlined in the Resources for Optimal Care of the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Patient 2014 ensure that bariatric surgical patients receive a multidisciplinary program, not just a surgical procedure, which improves patient outcomes and long-term success. The accredited Atlantic General Bariatric Center offers preoperative and postoperative care designed specifically for their severely obese patients.
To earn the MBSAQIP designation, Atlantic General Bariatric Center met essential criteria for staffing, training and facility infrastructure and protocols for care, ensuring its ability to support patients with severe obesity. The center also participates in a national data registry that yields semiannual reports on the quality of its processes and outcomes, identifying opportunities for continuous quality improvement. The standards are specified in the MBSAQIPResources for Optimal Care of the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Patient 2014, published by the ACS and ASMBS.
After submitting an application, centers seeking MBSAQIP Accreditation undergo an extensive site visit by an experienced bariatric surgeon, who reviews the center's structure, process, and clinical outcomes data. Centers are awarded a specific designation depending on how many patients it serves annually, the type of procedures it provides, and whether it provides care for patients under age 18.