Mitchell S. Roslin

Bariatric Surgeon
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Mitchell S. Roslin Bariatric Surgeon MD, FACS

Mitchell S. Roslin Bariatric Surgeon Picture

25 yr in Bariatrics

19 yr in Laparoscopic Bariatrics

95% Practice is Bariatrics

Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch

Duodenal Switch




Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy

  • About Me

    Dr. Mitchell Roslin, Bariatric Surgeon

    Mitchell Roslin, MD, FACS is the founding surgeon and Director of Bariatric Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and at the Northern Westchester Hospital Center. Dr. Roslin is one of the nation’s leading bariatric surgeons whose thought-provoking research and innovation established him as a pioneer for the surgical treatment of obesity. After graduating magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, he earned his medical degree from New York University. He completed an internship at UCSD Medical Center and completed his residency at Maimonides Medical Center. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS) and a member of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS), and the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES). He also serves as the President of the New York State ASMBS chapter and co-chair of the access committee.

    As an international leader in bariatrics, Dr. Roslin has served as a visiting scholar and surgeon all over the United States, as well as in Bahrain, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. He has received many awards throughout his professional career; he has been honored as a Top Doctor by Castle and Connolly, as well as New York Magazine.

    Dr. Roslin has authored numerous articles and abstracts. He is very dedicated to continuing patient education and often writes for ObesityHelp, Westchester Magazine, and maintains an ongoing blog for patient support.

    To learn more about Dr. Roslin, check out this video!

    Bariatric Surgery in NYC with Dr. Mitchell Roslin

    Recognized as a leading voice in bariatrics, Dr. Mitchell Roslin has paved the way in ground-breaking research and discoveries in the field of bariatric surgery. He holds multiple patents, has designed a method for the endoscopic treatment of relapse following gastric bypass, as well as is involved in clinical trials including the Restore Trial and Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Obesity. Dr. Roslin pioneered the Single-Anastomosis Duodenal Switch (SIPS) procedure which is a modification of the Duodenal Switch (DS). He has advocated preserving the pyloric valve and has lectured globally about the Sleeve Gastrectomy and Duodenal Switch.

    As a native New Yorker, Dr. Roslin takes immense pride in serving the bariatric and health needs of his community. He performs over 400 cases a year, many of them being extremely complex bariatric surgery revisions that have been referred to him by other doctors. He also performs Gastric Bypass, Gastric Sleeve, Adjustable Gastric Banding (Lap-Band), Duodenal Switch, and Modified Duodenal Switch (SIPS).

    Weight Loss Surgery in New York City with Dr. Roslin

    If you're ready to learn more about weight loss surgery in New York City with Dr. Roslin and the Lenox Hill Bariatric Surgery Program, we invite you to attend a free educational weight loss surgery seminar. At the seminar, you'll learn about the different weight loss surgery options and the pros and cons of each one. You'll also learn about the requirements for surgery, the pre-op to post-op surgical experience, and managing realistic weight loss expectations.

    When considering weight loss surgery, it is only natural to have questions. If you have a question or need help registering for a seminar, give us a call at 1-888-949-9344. You can also keep up with us on Instagram. We look forward to being a part of your journey! 

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  • Latest Posts

    Why single anastomosis duodenal switch makes sense

    Aug. 14, 2019 by Mitchell S. Roslin
    Selection of Bariatric Procedure and Why SADS/SIPS. The choice to have bariatric surgery often is time consuming and difficult. It can be an intense emotional experience. Most that actually have surgery have wrestled with the decision for several years.  Paradoxically, the decision of which procedure is often based on local influences.  The procedure selected is determined by the outcom ...

    Does anything stop obesity for life?

    Aug. 06, 2019 by Mitchell S. Roslin
    I am a Bariatric surgeon and love what I do.  I really believe that the impact that well -done procedures can have on individuals is dramatic and often wonderful.  But, I cringe when I see advertisements promoting that surgery can cure obesity for life.  It means those offering this suggestion do not understand the metabolic complexity of the causes for obesity and overestimate the ...

    Non-surgical stomach-shrinking procedure seems to work long-term

    May 13, 2019 by Mitchell S. Roslin
    Could people struggling with obesity make headway in their efforts to shed pounds without having to go undergo surgery? New preliminary research suggests it's possible: A non-surgical procedure may help moderately obese people lose weight -- and keep it off. Unlike standard weight-loss surgery, endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty requires no incision and no hospital stay. Instead, doctors thread a sc ...
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