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      Bariatric Registry

      As obesity and obesity related illness rates continue to rise across the province, the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) developed a Bariatric Services Strategy to meet the growing needs of for this population.

      An integral part of this strategy was the establishment of a comprehensive provincial database to examine patient outcomes and current practices, now known as the Bariatric Registry.

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      Patient Information

      The Ontario Bariatric Network (OBN) is a collaborative network consisting of 11 Bariatric Centres across Ontario that provide comprehensive medical and surgical bariatric services. For more information about the OBN, please click here.

      The OBN provides both a Medical Program and a Surgical Program, funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) for residents of Ontario. To learn more about our programs and treatment options, please refer to the section for Our Programs.

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      Our Centres

      The Ontario Bariatric Network (OBN) is a collaborative network consisting of 11 Bariatric Centres across Ontario with interdisciplinary teams of bariatric experts that provide comprehensive medical and surgical bariatric services. The 11 Bariatric Centres across Ontario include 10 Bariatric Centres of Excellence (BCoEs) and 1 Regional Assessment and Treatment Centres (RATCs).

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      Our History

      The?Ontario Bariatric Network (OBN)?was established in 2009 as part of the Ontario Bariatric Services Strategy initiated by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care of Ontario.?

      The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) had a vision to develop the Provincial Bariatric Program to make treatment more accessible, reduce the number of people suffering from obesity and obesity related diseases, seeking out of province treatment and improve patient flow.? To achieve this vision, the MOHLTC approached Dr. Mehran Anvari, a renowned general surgeon with provincial leadership in bariatrics and program development, to lead this exciting project as the provincial Clinical Lead and Chair of the Ontario Bariatric Network.

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