What will the NewHope weight loss surgery cost?

To understand why this is a good investment, consider the following facts: Annual medical costs to treat patients who are overweight and obese were approximately 96 billion (based on 2002 estimates). The personal cost of living with obesity can also be significant and can include out of pocket healthcare expenses, over-the-counter medication costs, and co-pays for doctor office visits, lab work, specialists, physical therapists/allied health professionals, and prescriptions.

Overweight patients often also have costs associated with days of missed work, non-surgical weight loss programs, grocery and dining costs, and more. These costs quickly add up, which is why the NewHope weight loss procedure could actually reduce your weight related overall costs.

Bear Lake Memorial Hospital is committed to helping you Pay Less to Weigh Less. While other clinics are charging between $15,000 and $25,000 for the surgery, Bear Lake Memorial charges less. Your total cost will be determined by your medical insurance and other medical health plans. Because every plan is different, we encourage you to call us to find out what your total cost will be. We also offer a discount for cash-pay patients who do not have or do not want to use their health insurance for this procedure.

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We encourage you to look at your finances and calculate the cost of saving potentially thousands of dollars by just driving a few extra miles. You will get better support, better care, and a better price by choosing to do your weight loss surgery at Bear Lake Memorial Hospital.