Nuclear Medicine/PET Scan

Bariatric/Weight Loss Surgery

Top Weight Loss Surgeons Join NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital


Dr. Sommers

Dr. Eric A. Sommer, NY Bariatric Group

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital is proud to welcome the surgeons of the New York Bariatric Group, among the country’s leading bariatric surgeons, offering the latest in minimally invasive weight loss surgery. The New York Bariatric Group provides surgical options such as laparoscopic banding, sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass. All these procedures are now being performed in our Minimally Invasive Surgery Center at NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital. The New York Bariatric Group represents New York’s elite institution for the treatment of morbid obesity.

What Sets Us Apart

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital brings together the talents of leading surgeons in a state-of-the-art, Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, which boasts the latest equipment and patient satisfaction ratings that are consistently above 99 percent - among the highest in the nation. The New York Bariatric Group surgeons offer single-incision, minimally invasive procedures that are virtually scarless. Insurance is accepted and claims are handled for you. The Hospital and the New York Bariatric Group offer the most comprehensive support system in the region.

Call 800-633-8446 for more information or to sign up for the next patient education session at the hospital.

Or call 914-513-3677 to make an appointment with Dr. Sommer now practicing at 1985 Crompond Road, Building C, across the street from the hospital.

Click here to visit the New York Bariatric Group and for a comprehensive look at bariatric surgery options, view videos on the procedures, sign up for online or in hospital patient education sessions or hear about the experiences of those who have had surgery.

Sinus Center

Chronic sinus sufferers

Get your life back. Find out if Balloon Sinuplasty is right for you.

More than 37 million Americans suffer with the headaches, congestion, fatigue and other symptoms of sinusitis each year. Traditionally patients are treated with medical therapies such as antibiotics and topical nasal steroids, or conventional sinus surgery that requires bone and tissue removal to open blocked passageways. Now there is a less invasive option known as balloon sinuplasty. The procedure involves inserting a small, flexible balloon catheter through a nostril into the blocked sinus passageway where it is inflated to help restore normal sinus drainage.

Consult these doctors in your area for more information:

Scott Messenger, M.D., 2649 Strang Blvd.,Yorktown Heights, 914-245-2681
Michael Bergstein, M.D.
George Pazos, M.D.
Timothy Siglock, M.D. - 3630 Hill Boulevard, Jefferson Valley, 914-245-7700
Robert Parks, M.D.

For more information on Balloon Sinuplasty

To view a video about this procedure, click here.