Bariatric Surgery Team
Complete care from a respected group.
The highly talented staff at Aria's Comprehensive Center for Bariatric Surgery has the expertise that brings effectiveness and safety to patient care. Together, our accomplished, board-certified surgeons in Aria's bariatric service have a record of more than 40 years of successfully providing general and laparoscopic surgery.
The Center’s bariatric professionals work closely with patients to monitor progress after surgery, helping patients to achieve steady and healthful weight loss. This may include adjustments to the stomach band and help via support groups, psychological counseling, and nutritional counseling.
Luca Giordano, MD, FACS, Director of Bariatric Surgery/Bariatric Services, and Head of the Section on Minimally Invasive Surgery, at Aria Health, earned his medical degree at the University of Rome, did his residency in general surgery at Albert Einstein Medical Center, in Philadelphia, and completed a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery at Cedar Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. A highly experienced surgeon, Dr. Giordano served as Chief of Surgery at Musumechi GECAS Hospital in Catania, Italy, before coming to Aria. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgery and has been certified by the American Board of Surgery since 2003. Dr. Giordano also serves as a clinical assistant professor of surgery at Jefferson Medical College.
Elizabeth Renza-Stingone, MD, FACS, is a board-certified General Surgeon and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS). She completed a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery and Bariatrics at New York Medical College. Her surgical and professional expertise includes: laparoscopic bariatric operations (bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, and band), fore-gut surgeries (antireflux procedures, paraesophageal hernia repairs), laparoscopic herniorraphy, laparoscopic and open colon surgery, endocrine surgery, and trauma.
Want to learn more?
Contact Aria's Comprehensive Center for Bariatric Surgery at 1-877-808-ARIA (2742) to make an appointment for a consultation. You can also attend a FREE seminar, where you can learn more about bariatric surgery and have your questions answered by one of our physicians. Support groups are also available for pre- and post-operative patients that provide the encouragement and information for those dealing with obesity.