Dr. Fernanda De Guerreroosio

Dr. Fernanda De Guerreroosio received her degree as a General Physician from the Autonomous University of Baja California in 2019. She completed her Rotating Undergraduate Internship in Tecate IMSS Hospital #6 and completed social service by General Hospital of Tijuana at hematology oncology pediatric care department. She has 2 years of experience working in Bariatric Medicine and has taken Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and she is currently certified.

Dr. David Ravelo

David is a certified physician who graduated from the Autonomous University of Baja California. His interests include gastrointestinal disorders, human health, and metabolic conditions. Dr. David has the combined experience of helping over 3,000 patients achieve their health and appearance goals in two of the most demanding areas of surgery which are cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery, as well as metabolic and bariatric surgery.

Dr. Esteban Garcia 

Dr. Garcia finished medical school in Xochicalco medical school Tijuana Mexico campus in 2015, completing his Rotating Undergraduate Internship in Tijuana's IMSS Hospital #20 in 2016, and his Social Service in a Tijuana community health clinic in 2017. He is a specialist in radiology imaging and has more than 10 years in bariatric and general medicine.

Dr. Denisse Scherling

Graduated from University of Baja California in 2019. She has over three years of bariatric experience.

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.

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