Center for Weight & Wellness

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Wilson Health’s Center for Weight and Wellness has implemented the use of telemedicine or ‘TeleHealth’ for some patient office appointments. Telehealth visits are available for new patient appointments, before weight loss surgery visits and after surgery post-operative care visits. Our current telehealth visits are conducted via telephone and/or video visits to connect with patients and keep them on track.

Are You Struggling with Your Weight?

Rather than relying only on your bathroom scale to tell you if you're overweight, experts say you should also know your body mass index (BMI). BMI takes into account not just your weight, but also your height to indicate body fat. The goal for most people is a BMI that's over 18 and under 25. 

Nearly 70% of people in the United States are overweight. A third of us are obese. Carrying excess weight can cause life threatening conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, sleep disorders, diabetes and even cancer. But, there's good news. Just a modest reduction of 5-10 percent of your weight can reduce your health risks.

You'll find support at Wilson Health's Center for Weight & Wellness to help you make the right decisions for you. We offer treatment options for medically supervised weight management and weight loss, as well as surgery and aftercare. You'll build healthy nutrition and exercise habits for weight maintenance. We will offer support along the way. 

Find Weight & Wellness Support



For New Patients

We are accepting new patients for our surgical weight loss program. For more information, please call our Patient Navigator at (937) 498-5573


Contact the office for questions and concerns 

Call our Weight & Wellness Patient Navigator, Monday – Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 at (937) 498-5573

Our office is open to see patients who need to be seen in-person. We have implemented specific patient and visitor guidelines for COVID-19 screening including temperature monitoring to ensure patient and staff safety.

Please know that Bariatric Surgeon, Dr. Stephanie Dunkle-Blatter, and the entire Weight & Wellness team are committed to continue to provide you care now and beyond. Our goal is to continue to provide the highest quality, compassionate care to our patients while also keeping their safety and that of their family in mind!

Want more information?

Request a Weight & Wellness information packet that fully explains our weight and wellness program.

The following websites are helpful resources regarding obesity and exploring options for weight loss surgery:

American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery


Obesity Action Coalition

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