The MGB surgery (Mini Gastric Bypass) is a short, simple, successful and inexpensive technique in weight loss surgery. The operation usually takes less than an hour and the hospital stay is usually less than 24 hours. With excellent long-term weight loss, minimal pain and the option for reversal or revision should the need ever occur, it’s not surprising that people from all across America are choosing the MGB surgery as their Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass procedure over other types of weight loss surgery.

Driven by his desire to offer hope and assistance to the growing number of obese patients, Dr. Hargroder underwent personal training in the MGB surgery procedure by the surgeon who developed the procedure. For nearly two decades Dr. Hargroder has worked with, studied, and helped people struggling with obesity. He is quickly becoming known as “America’s Weight Loss Doctor”, and is loved by patients literally around the world!

Dr. David Hargroder is a graduate of LSU Medical School. He completed his surgical residency at LSU Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana, and completed his kidney and liver transplant fellowship in 1993.

He has been in private practice since 1993 and served as vice-chairman and chairman of the Department of Surgery at Mercy Hospital in Joplin from 2008 through 2012. He currently serves as chairman of the division of General Surgery.

Dr. Hargroder is a trauma surgeon, general surgeon, bariatric surgeon and was the first surgeon trained to perform the Mini-Gastric Bypass by Dr. Robert Rutledge, the founder of the Mini-Gastric Bypass procedure.

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