Gregg H. Jossart, MD, FACS
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- Performed over 3,700 bariatric procedures
- Director of Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery for the California Pacific Medical Center
- Lead bariatric surgeon for Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation
- Specialized training in robotic surgery
Experience as a Bariatric Surgeon
Dr. Jossart is the Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery for the California Pacific Medical Center and is the lead bariatric surgeon for Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation, practicing out of San Francisco and Novato, California.
During his more than 15 years as a board-certified bariatric surgeon, he has performed over 3,700 procedures. He has performed many procedures across all four of the most commonly performed weight loss surgeries, which are the gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, gastric banding, and duodenal switch procedures. He has also performed over 350 revisional procedures.
Dr. Jossart focuses on the laparoscopic approach to weight loss surgery and has many specialties and areas of concentration relevant to bariatric surgery, including, but certainly not limited to:
- Anti-reflux procedures
- Gastric Cancer
- Adrenal Cancers and Tumors
- Thyroid Surgery
- Many different types of hernia procedures
- Laparoscopic and Robotic surgery
Dr. Jossart received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed his residency at the University of California, San Francisco. After graduating he received the Laparoscopic Fellowship from Mount Sinai Medical School in New York where he received specialized training for laparoscopic bariatric surgery, gastric banding and intuitive robotic surgery.
- Food Intolerance in the Sleeve Patient: Prevention, Evaluation, and Management, a chapter from Bariatric Surgery Complications and Emergencies
- Sleeve Gastrectomy, a chapter from Metabolic syndrome and diabetes: Medical and surgical management
- Treating obesity seriously: when recommendations for lifestyle change confront biological adaptations
- Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy Information
- Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass in patients older than 50 years: Age should not be a contraindication to bariatric surgery