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Meeting Expectations

What happens when someone who works in the medical field suddenly becomes a patient? I found myself in this situation this year. I can now say I know what it is like to be on the other side of the reception window and have my care and time affected by others. New Life Bariatric / […]

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Seven years ago when I was searching for a nursing position outside of the hospital setting, I was fortunate to find an opening at a prestigious bariatric surgery center. Little did I know at that time what a life changing experience it would be, both for the patients I would assist on their weight loss […]

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A Bariatric Nurse’s Journey to Weight Loss

My Journey …          By: Sarah I Grimes, RN, CBN To say this is the beginning of my journey is really not correct, my journey to surgery started YEARS ago. I was small, many would say tiny until I hit puberty, and then I ballooned. I remember being self conscience, worried about what size I wore, […]

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The Importance of Lifestyle Change after Bariatric Surgery

I’ve been working for Dr. Boyce and Dr. Williams for three years now. But I’ve spent the majority of my life in the world of weight loss through fitness and nutrition. A common theme emerges, whether you are following a specific diet, training with a personal trainer multiple times a week, or pursuing bariatric surgery […]

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Understanding there is no “quick fix” to weight loss

The Easy Way Out? We’ve all heard people refer to bariatric surgery as “the easy way out”. When my husband had his surgery several years ago, hearing this comment would make me so angry. Since then I have had bariatric surgery myself and now I just kind of laugh when I hear it. Unfortunately, when people […]

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