Step 1: Determine Your BMI

Body Mass Index (BMI) is the standard method for diagnosing obesity. Your BMI is an important number in determining if you are eligible for our non-surgical program or if you qualify for weight loss surgery. Please type in your information to calculate your BMI.

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Your BMI:

Your BMI is below what is considered a normal range. Try to get plenty of exercise, eat a nutritious diet, and get adequate sleep to maintain your health.

Your BMI is within what is considered a normal range. Try to keep your weight in this range and get plenty of exercise, eat a nutritious diet, and get adequate sleep to maintain your health.

Unfortunately, your BMI does not qualify as a surgical candidate. However, you may qualify and want to explore our Non- Surgical Weight Management Program.

Our Non- Surgical Weight Management Program is for adults, age 18 to 64, with a BMI of 27 or greater, needing to lose moderate to significant amounts of weight. We invite you to take the next step in learning more about our non-surgical weight loss program.

Please note that all new non-surgical weight loss candidates must complete a free informational seminar prior to enrolling in our program. Please click "Continue" below to register for an informational seminar on our non-surgical program.

If your BMI is 35 or higher, you may qualify for weight loss surgery.

You also may qualify and want to explore our Non- Surgical Weight Management Program. Our Non- Surgical Weight Management Program is for adults, age 18 to 64, with a BMI of 27 or greater, needing to lose moderate to significant amounts of weight.

We invite you to take the next step in learning more about our surgical and/or non-surgical weight loss options.

Please note that all new surgical and non-surgical candidates must complete a free informational seminar prior to enrolling in our program. Please click "Continue" below to register for an informational seminar on our programs.

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Step 2: Attend a Free Informational Seminar

Step 3: Complete and Submit Paperwork

Please complete and submit the following paperwork, and provide a copy (front/back) of your insurance card.

Every new patient must complete our medical history form and medical record release form. These are available to download by clicking the links below:

You may securely fax your completed forms along with a photo copy of your insurance card (front and back) to (513) 874-4579.

Or you may mail this information to:

UC Health Weight Loss Center
7690 Discovery Drive, Suite 1700
West Chester, OH 45069

Step 4: Thank you

Thank you. A designated Patient Advocate will contact you soon.

Once you have attended our free informational seminar and we have received and processed your paperwork, we will contact you to schedule your initial consultation and enroll you into programming. Please contact our dedicated patient advocates with any additional questions by calling (513) 939-2263.

Step 4: Thank you

Benefit Coverage and Self Pay Options

Once you have completed our free informational seminar (online or in person) and submitted your paperwork for processing, our experts will verify your insurance benefits and contact you with your specific insurance coverage information.

Please allow 7-10 business days for us to contact you regarding your insurance benefit information.

Our program accepts a variety of health insurance plans, but coverage varies widely. We will help you determine what your specific policy covers. For a helpful guide on navigating your insurance and self-pay options, please click here. 

PLEASE NOTE: The information given to you by the insurance company is not binding and there is no guarantee of payment. The UC Health Weight Loss Center will check your benefit coverage and discuss with you your specific coverage prior to your enrollment into our surgical program. Information given to you and to our practice may be different. We default to our practice’s interpretation of benefit coverage and explanation of benefits. All information will be verified by our office before we submit an insurance claim.

Medical Assessment

Once your insurance has been verified and/or payment options determined, your Patient Advocate will work with you to schedule your initial assessment with our medical care team, including any necessary testing.

Thank you for your interest in our program. Please contact our dedicated patient advocates with any additional questions by calling (513) 939-2263.