Medically Supervised Weight Loss Program
The support and expertise you need to lose weight.
If you're tired of fad diets that just don't work and want a program that will give you long-lasting results, we can help you take the first step.
Our medically supervised weight management program can help you safely lose weight under a doctor's supervision. Our specially trained physicians will guide you throughout your weight-loss journey, and will continue to support you long after you have reached the healthy weight you desire.
Our program at a glance.
Our long-term, medically supervised weight-loss program leads to healthy, lasting lifestyle changes.
- Average weight loss for men is 3 to 5 pounds per week
- Average weight loss for women is 2 to 4 pounds per week
- Weekly, three-hour meetings
- Weekly education, individualized coaching and telephone follow-up
- Program uses nutritionally balanced meal replacements: Health Management Resources™ (HMR®) Entrees, Shakes, Cereal and Bars
- Program costs vary depending on insurance coverage and meal plan prescription
Take your first step.
To find out more or attend a free program orientation, please call the Sharp Rees-Stealy Center for Health Management location nearest you:
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