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New York’s World Class Program with over
20 Years of Top Experience in Weight Loss Innovation!

Our expertise is combining surgical technique with a world-leading understanding of obesity and metabolic disease.
We’re also the birthplace of the most innovative bariatric procedures. 

Our goal is to synchronize the brain and the gut, resulting in reduced hunger, increased fullness, and the ability to live a more active life.

Our Surgical Program is an Accredited Center by the American College of Surgeons’ Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program.
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Bariatrics 20th Anniversary

Over 20 years of changing lives

Watch our video testimonial on how Pablo lost over 237 lbs with Lenox Hill Bariatric Surgery Program

Meet The Bariatric Surgeons at Lenox Hill Bariatric Surgery Program

Dr. Mitchell Roslin

Dr. Mitchell Roslin

Chief of Bariatric Surgery
Dr. Mitchell Roslin, MD, FACS, FASMBS, has dedicated his professional career to the treatment of severe obesity. He is considered one of the best bariatric surgeons in New York. He has been performing weight loss surgery in New York since 1994 and laparoscopic obesity surgery since 2000. He also holds several patents in the emerging field of Pacing Technology for the treatment of obesity.

Dr. Filippo Filicori

Dr. Filippo Filicori

General and Bariatric Surgery
Dr. Filippo Filicori MD, FACS, is a Board Certified Minimally Invasive Surgeon who specializes in Robotic, Laparoscopic and Endoscopic treatment of Obesity and Disorders of the Upper Gastrointestinal tract. He also specializes in the treatment of disorders of the Upper Gastrointestinal tract such as Reflux (GERD), Stomach Cancer, Achalasia, Esophageal Spastic Disorders and Gastroparesis. 

Dr. Vikrom Dhar

Dr. Vikrom Dhar

General and Bariatric Surgery
Dr. Vikrom Dhar, MD is a board certified and fellowship trained Bariatric and Minimally Invasive surgeon. He specializes in bariatric surgery as well as gastroesophageal motility disorders, achalasia, gastroesophageal reflux disease, paraesophageal & hiatal hernias, abdominal wall & inguinal hernias, gallbladder disease, appendicitis, diverticulitis, and gastrointestinal cancers.

Why Choose Us

  • Origin and research for the development of SADI and SIPS in United States

  • Original Patents for endoscopic revision of Gastric Bypass and pacing technology for obesity

  • Featured on 60 minutes for surgical treatment of diabetes 2006

  • NBC National Special on Gastric Bypass 2002

  • Leading research center for the use of Artificial Intelligence for future surgery

  • Most major commercial plans are accepted

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Many believe that the solution to weight loss is getting a surgical or endoscopic procedure, or even medication. These can be life saving therapies. Yet, all treatments need to be personalized based on your needs and history. There is not a single procedure that is ideal. We pride our program on the expertise of our multi disciplinary team to assist you in understanding the lifestyle transformations that must accompany treatment in order to achieve lifelong success with weight loss surgery in NY .

Losing weight is challenging and the reasons are poorly understood. The Bariatric Surgery program at Lenox Hill gives you access to a multidisciplinary team of experts who will help you choose the procedure that is best for you and give you the support you need to achieve your goals after surgery.

We offer the safest and most effective bariatric surgery in New York & Manhattan, NY, as well as revision bariatric surgery.

Register For Our Informational Seminar To Discover Which Procedure is Best For You!

Try Our BMI Calculator

BMI Classification Health Risk
18.5 – 24.9 Healthy Weight Minimal
25 – 29.9 Overweight Increased
30 – 39.9 Obesity High
40 and higher Severe Obesity Very High
*Note that these are approximate values, and are intended to be used only as a rough guide.

What is BMI

BMI is the most commonly used measurement for obesity. The BMI approximates body mass using a mathematical ratio of weight and height.

A BMI of 30 or greater is regarded by most health agencies as the threshold for obesity. A BMI of 40 or greater generally qualifies as severe obesity. However, note that BMI measurements in body-builders and athletes may not be accurate determinants of obesity because the BMI does not distinguish between muscle and fat.

Federal Guidelines for Healthy Weight

  • Underweight. Your BMI is less than 18.5.
  • Ideal Weight for Your Height. Your BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9.
  • Overweight. Your BMI is between 25 and 29.9.
  • Obesity. Your BMI is 30 or greater.

Our Recent Blogs

Choosing the Right Bariatric Surgery for You

Choosing the Right Bariatric Surgery for You

Bariatric surgeries are effective weight-loss solutions. Since there are various options, it can be overwhelming to decide which version is best for you. For the most accurate advice specific to your situation, it is best to consult your doctor and ask questions about the benefits and risks involved. Here are common types of bariatric surgeries […]
Risks of Overeating After Gastric Sleeve Surgery

Risks of Overeating After Gastric Sleeve Surgery

A gastric sleeve surgery reduces the size of your stomach to help reduce your food intake. However, there are instances of patients binge eating after gastric sleeve, which affects their journey. You can’t help but wonder what are the risks involved and what can you do about overeating post-surgery. What Happens if You Overeat After […]
Differences Between Mini Gastric Bypass Vs. Gastric Bypass

Differences Between Mini Gastric Bypass Vs. Gastric Bypass

Bariatric surgery is one of the most effective weight-loss procedures. It comes in various forms, including gastric bypass and duodenal switch, the former being the most popular. If you are interested in gastric bypass, know that it comes in two versions, a mini bypass vs bypass. Understanding how they work and their differences can help […]

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FAQ About Bariatric Surgery in New York, NY

How long do I need to take off work for Bariatric Surgery?

There is no fixed timeframe for returning to work after bariatric surgery, but on average, most patients recover for two to three weeks before returning. A delay in returning to work is not necessarily due to pain, but rather, a lack of strength and the challenge of adapting to a new eating routine. Moreover, any medical complications that arise can also contribute to a delay in returning to work. To ensure sufficient recovery, we recommend planning to take three to four weeks off from your job. Individuals who work in more physically demanding occupations may require a longer healing period, such as four to six weeks. However, if feasible, arrangements can be made for an earlier return to light-duty tasks.

How much weight can I expect to lose?

The amount of weight a patient will lose depends on a wide range of variables such as genetics, the operation selected, portion sizes prior to surgery, portion sizes and food choices after surgery, exercise, and metabolic rate.

Patients who rely completely on the surgery and do not change their food choices and lifestyle behaviors will not have as favorable a result.

Which operation and what approach are best for me?

In medicine, there are no absolutes and each operation has advantages and disadvantages. It is important during your consultation that you and your doctor discuss your major health problems, concerns, and expectations. Your surgeon will outline a strategy that works best for you.

Which insurance plans do you accept?

Most insurance accepted. Call our office to confirm.