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For many people, maintaining a healthy weight is a constant struggle. If you’ve tried to get to a healthy weight without success, you are not alone. More than 40% of American adults struggle with obesity, which increases the risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, joint pain, and other problems.

What type of weight loss services are you looking for?

At Tower Health, we offer a broad range of medical and surgical weight-loss services; whether you need help getting back into your pre-pregnancy clothing or need to lose lots of weight for health reasons, you will find complete care and compassionate weight loss support.

When to Seek Medical Assistance

If you have tried to lose weight through diet and exercise without success, and you are ready to see a doctor who specializes in weight management, turn to Tower Health. Our team will help you decide whether to pursue medical or surgical weight loss based on several criteria.

BMI - Weight Loss

This includes your body mass index (BMI), how much weight you need to lose, and whether you have any weight-related medical conditions.

Weight Loss Locations

For your convenience, we offer weight-loss services for adults, kids, and teens at three Tower Health locations.

In Reading, surgeons at the Weight Loss Surgery & Wellness Center offer bariatric surgical treatment options to eligible patients 15 and older. They also offer comprehensive nonsurgical, medical weight-loss services to children and adults. 

In the Philadelphia area, we offer medical weight loss management and weight loss surgery to adults at Chestnut Hill Hospital. At St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, our Healthy Kids and Teens Weight Program specializes in pediatric weight loss services and surgery for patients under 21. 

Weight Loss Surgery & Wellness Center Chestnut Hill Hospital - Weight Management St. Christopher's Hospital for Children - Pediatric Weight Management

Need Help? We're here.

For questions and assistance, please call the Tower Health helpline.