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Peachtree Recognized as Georgia’s Best Bariatric Surgery Group

Peachtree Surgical & Bariatrics is recognized by Atlanta Best Media as an institution with Best Bariatric Surgery Practice. This distinguishes the achievements of Peachtree Surgical & Bariatrics as the best in Georgia due to its cutting-edge service and quality customer commitment.

With over 35 years of excellent bariatric care in the state, Peachtree Surgical & Bariatrics stands out as Georgia’s premier bariatric surgery group among other 10 nominees under Best Bariatric Practice category.

For Peachtree, what sets them apart is their team of multidisciplinary experts and highly skilled bariatric surgeons, nutritionist, nurses and coordinators. Each of them offers compassionate and committed care, from personalized consultations, surgery preparation to continued weight loss and health support in the months and years following the procedure.

Each team member understands and appreciates the surgical process and as such can offer a helpful and efficient environment for our patients. We are grateful for this recognition as we continue to focus on excellence of our organization.”  said Dr. Titus Duncan, the President and CEO of Peachtree.

Dr. Shani Belgrave with Dr. Titus D. Duncan

Dr. Shani Belgrave with Dr. Titus D. Duncan

Dr. Titus Duncan is board certified in general surgery and a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He is regarded as a pioneer in the field of bariatric surgery and holds a clinical position at Morehouse School of Medicine as an Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery. He is currently the Director of Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery at the Surgery Center of Atlanta where he performed the first ambulatory outpatient gastric bypass procedure in the United States. He is an active member of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery and is a past member of the Executive Council and currently on the Diversity Initiative & Inclusion Committee. He is also an active member of the International Federation Society of Obesity and is regarded as an international leader and having given numerous presentations on Outpatient Bariatric Surgery.

Dr. Shani Belgrave-Heath joins Peachtree and as one of the top surgeons in the field. Dr. Belgrave is Board Certified with American Board of Surgery. She completed an Advanced Gastrointestinal Minimally Invasive Surgery and Foregut Fellowship at the University of Washington in 2016. She also earned her Medical

Doctorate from The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. She completed her internship and residency in general surgery at the University of Maryland.

Peachtree Surgical & Bariatrics also named by The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) as a Bariatric Center of Excellence. In their top-notch surgery facility located in the Metropolitan Atlanta area in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia, serves as a one stop for almost any pre- and post-op diagnostic testing as well as rehabilitation and patient support.

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