Meet Judy Lane

Judy Lane is a dynamic, bold, and visionary leader who specializes in behavioral sociology, executive coaching and trusted advisory services. Known for her high energy, entrepreneurial spirit and charismatic style, Judy Lane energizes iniduals, executives and visionary leaders as they explore new options, cultivate new thinking, and invent new approaches to complex personal and professional challenges.

Guided by transformative leadership and personal development best practices, Judy has worked with iniduals, entrepreneurs, executives, high performance teams, and some of the most respected organizations in the world. She has shared her expertise with C-Suite executives and as a corporate leadership consultant for Panera Bread, PayPal, eBay, Sears, Exelon, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, lia Sophia, IBM and American Airlines.

Judy has also served as a senior program leader, facilitator and executive coach for a global education company, motivating and training thousands of iniduals around the world.

Lane is a graduate of the University of Alaska and is a certified Birkman Consultant. In addition, Judy Lane earned a certificate in Behavioral Education and Health Risk Management from the American Medical Association, in conjunction with Health Management Resources.

You will be seeing her at the OCC Online Forums, and you will also have the opportunity to participate in special events to reinforce your transformation, online workshops, seminars, and private coaching sessions.



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OCC’s epidemiologist is closely monitoring the COVID-19 status and is actively issuing updates as they are available. The Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization are the most trusted sources online.  While the CDC has announced new mask protocols for vaccinated individuals, there will be no changes for our office protocols for patients, guests, and staff members as the announcement does not apply to hospitals or medical facilities. Masks are still a requirement for all patients, guests and staff at our facility.

As we reinitiate weight loss surgery, we are constantly adapting and installing new and updated safety measures.

Weight loss surgery is medically necessary.

Bariatric Surgery and the clash of two pandemics.   

Major metabolic and bariatric surgery Societies and colleges globally are now calling for the safe resumption of bariatric and metabolic surgery before the COVID-19 pandemic is declared over. 

The sooner bariatric surgery can be safely performed, the quicker obesity, type 2 diabetes, and other diseases can be reduced or resolved as they are not only chronic they are also progressive.  Obesity is also linked to more than 40 diseases including type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, sleep apnea, osteoarthritis, and at least 13 different types of cancer.

A recent statement from the ASMBS says “Before COVID-19 began, it was clear that patients with obesity were ‘safer through surgery.’ In the era of COVID-19, ‘safer through surgery’ for patients with obesity may prove to be even more important than before.” Obesity and Metabolic syndrome have been identified as an independent risk factor for adverse outcomes including death among COVID-19 patients.

See here for full COVID-19 update. 

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