Are you ready to define yourself differently?
You are not alone: One third of Americans are overweight. At Mercy Health Cincinnati - Weight Management Solutions, we understand and empathize with the challenges associated with weight loss. That’s why we offer different weight management solutions. From gastric bypass surgery to gastric banding and the OPTIFAST weight loss program, there is something for everyone. Find out which one is designed to work for you.
In addition to providing weight loss surgery options, such as gastric bypass surgery and sleeve gastrectomy, we offer non-surgical weight loss options such as meal replacement. Some of our other offerings include bariatric medicine, nutritional and behavioral counseling, support group programs, cooking classes and fitness programs to guide our patients to become healthier individuals.
An expert team: Our Cincinnati team includes fellowship-trained bariatric surgeons, board certified physicians—including a bariatrician, certified nurse practitioners, dietitians and a team of health professionals. These experts will help you find the right solution, and then guide you through every phase of your weight loss journey. Mercy Health — Fairfield Hospital and The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health are Accredited Bariatric Centers of Excellence®.
FREE Non-Surgical and Surgical Weight Loss Information Sessions
Attend a free, no-obligation in-person seminar to learn more about weight loss surgery or non-surgical options.
Patient Success Storiess
We are proud of all our patients’ successes. Learn about these amazing weight loss journeys and why they chose Weight Management Solutions.
Calculate Your Body Mass Index (BMI)
BMI uses your height and weight values to determine whether you are at risk for weight-related health problems. The lower your BMI, the lower your risk for health problems.
Meet the Mercy Health Physicians at Weight Management Solutions
Mohamed I Dahman, MD
Yasir Khan, DO
Heeran Abawi, MD
Weight Management Solutions Locations in Greater Cincinnati
Weight Management Solutions News
Need Help Managing Pre-Diabetes? Mercy Health - Cincinnati Offers Pre-Diabetes Education Classes at Locations Near You
If you need help managing pre-diabetes, Mercy Health - Cincinnati can help. Register today for pre-diabetes education classes offered at convenient Mercy Health locations throughout the community.Read More ❯
Robotic Surgery Information Night June 22 in Fairfield
Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital will host a robotic surgery information night from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, June 22. The event takes place in the lobby at Fairfield Hospital, which is located at 3000 Mack Road, Fairfield, OH 45014.Read More ❯
June Walk with a Doc Schedule
Mercy Health - Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that The Jewish Hospital continues its free Walk with a Doc program at Kenwood Towne Center with two sessions in June.Read More ❯
Free Discussion on Surgical and Nonsurgical Weight Solutions on May 10
Mercy Health - Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that The Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health’s free speaker series continues at the Mayerson JCC, located at 8485 Ridge Road, Cincinnati 45236, on Wednesday, May 10 with “Define yourself differently: What you need to know about surgical and nonsurgical weight solutions.”Read More ❯
Mercy Health Hospitals Have the Latest Robotic Technology
Mercy Health - Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that Fairfield Hospital is the first hospital in Butler County to have the da Vinci Xi Surgical System, the newest and most advanced robot used in minimally-invasive surgery, available for patient care. Mercy Health - Anderson Hospital also has the new technology available to serve patients. Surgeons as both hospitals will perform their first procedures using the Xi later this month.Read More ❯