Dr. Gregg Jossart
Dr. Jossart has been helping patients achieve their weight loss goals since 1998 and has developed a loyal following of patients who appreciate his willingness to listen and ability to guide them through the difficulties of choosing the right procedure.
According to Dr. Jossart, "my philosophy is to take the time needed to make sure patients fully understand all surgical information--I don't believe anyone should have to navigate this alone." Dr. Jossart focuses on performing surgery with excellent results and ongoing support.
About Dr. Jossart
Dr. Jossart has served as Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery at California Pacific Medical Center since 1999. He received his M.D. from University of Minnesota – Minneapolis and completed his internship and residency at UCSF Medical Center. Dr. Jossart subsequently performed fellowships in endocrine surgery and laparoscopic surgery at UCSF Medical Center and Mount Sinai School of Medicine, respectively. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and fellow with the American College of Surgeons.
- Performed more than 2,500 laparoscopic procedures for complex upper abdominal problems
- Surgical experience includes nearly 250 weight loss and complex upper abdominal procedures per year since 1998
- Specializes in large tumors, diaphragmatic hernias, individuals weighing more than 400 pounds, and re-operations for corrective surgery
- Developed the laparoscopic technique for performing the duodenal switch
- Course director and clinical proctor for surgeons performing sleeve gastrectomy and duodenal switch procedures
- 13-year surgical mortality rate = 0%
Dr. Jossart is based in San Francisco and Novato, California, and has performed numerous surgical procedures helping individuals to achieve their personal health and weight loss goals. Please feel free to email our office for an initial pre-consultation with our team to discuss your personal health issues and surgical options. No two individuals are alike, so a face-to-face consultation and review of your medical history is an important first step in bariatric / weight loss surgery.