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I am currently living in the middle east and have decided to move to Florida due to medical problems after having the mgb. My concerns are finding a bariatric clinic that will monitor my blood and health every couple of months. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I will be moving to Orland Florida.

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Once you settle into Florida, find a primary care physician. He or she will either take on the responsibility of monitoring you or refer you out.

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I am currently living in the middle east and have decided to move to Florida due to medical problems after having the mgb. My concerns are finding a bariatric clinic that will monitor my blood and health every couple of months. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I will be moving to Orland Florida.
Thanks
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Dr. Wiljon Beltre is premier in this area. He is concerned about the patients beyond the knife and has a high success rate with his patients.


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He was my surgery doctor mi excellent doctor and the processes is very easy with him

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My sugery was in january 31 I lost 77lb alreadyCollage%202018-06-12%2017_40_20.jpeg

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Cesare Peraglie, MD, FACS, FASCRS

40124 Highway 27, Suite 203

Davenport, FL 33837

His surgical focus is: Mini Gastric Bypass

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