START TYPING AND PRESS ENTER TO SEARCH

Dr. Jossart’s Philosophy

Dr.Gregg H. Jossart, MD

Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery, CPMC

Dr. Jossart has specialized in endocrine and metabolic diseases since 1993. Because bariatric surgery has been proven to cure obesity-related diabetes, he started performing the laparoscopic Roux en Y Gastric Bypass in 1998, during his fellowship in Laparoscopic Surgery. This early experience exposed him to a range of techniques that ultimately allowed him to perform Duodenal Switch and Sleeve Gastrectomy procedures laparoscopically. He has been performing these procedures since 1998 and on more than 3,000 patients. His interest in curing obesity and diabetes coupled with his expertise in laparoscopy have enabled him to help thousands of men and women to achieve their weight loss goals with the least amount of discomfort. He is one of the few surgeons worldwide who offers the full range of bariatric surgical procedures (Duodenal Switch, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Gastric Bypass, LAP-BAND®, REALIZE® Band, Band to Sleeve, Revisions) and most abdominal procedures laparoscopically.

He has served as the Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery at California Medical Center since 1999. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Surgery and a fellow with the American College of Surgeons. He is a member of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery and the Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons.

He is committed to helping the patient to make a fully informed decision and supporting them afterwards, and he expects the patient to follow all of the recommendations he provides. Together, the common goal of attaining the desired weight and alleviating medical problems can be achieved.

Dr. Jossart’s patients appreciate his eagerness to listen to their individual concerns, his ability to provide the kind of guidance that can only come from an exhaustive knowledge of their choices, and his commitment to see them through their post-surgical challenges. Dr. Jossart’s philosophy is one of accountability—for both patient and surgeon.

Current Position/Medical Specialty

Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery

Gastrointestinal Surgery

Endocrine Surgery

BA Chemistry, Cum Laude

Bariatric Surgery

Laparoscopic Surgery

1) 09/83-06/87 Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN
BA Chemistry, Cum Laude

2) 09/87-06/91 University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN

3) 06/91-06/98 University of California Medical Center San Francisco, CA – Resident in Surgery

4) 07/93-06/95 University of California Mount Zion, Endocrine Surgery Laboratory – San Francisco, CA – Fellow in Endocrine Surgery

5) 07/98-06/99 Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York, NY – Fellow in Laparoscopic Surgery

1) 1991 California G75072

2)2000 Diplomate, American Board of Surgery ID 054935; Cert. # 44963

3) 2001 Fellow, American College of Surgeons

4) PRESENT POSITION: Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery(1999-present)
Advanced Laparoscopic and Endocrine Surgery
California Pacific Medical Center
San Francisco, California

1) Rosenthal R, Jossart GH et al. International Sleeve Gastrectomy Expert Panel Consensus Statement: est practice guidelines based on experience of >12,000 cases. Surg Obes Relat Dis. 2012 Jan-Feb; 8(1):8-19.

2) Holty Je, Parimi N, Ballesteros M, Blackwell T, Cirangle PT, Jossart GH, Bravata DM. Does Surgically Induced Weight Loss Improve Daytime Sleepiness? Obes Surg. 2011 Oct; 23(10): 1535-45.

4) Valentine AR, Raff H, Liu H, Ballesteros M, Rose JM, Jossart GH, Cirangle P, Bravate DM. Salivary cortisol increases after bariatric surgery in women. Horm Metabl Res. 2011 Jul; 43(8):587-90.

5) Jossart GH. Complications of Sleeve Gastrectomy: bleeding and prevention. Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech.2010 Jun; 20(3):146-7.

Read More

.

1) 09/88-05/89 Medical Student Research Project University of Minnesota Medical School Scott Gruber, MD, Robert Cipolle, Pharm.D., & Daniel Canafax, Pharm.D.Context: Local immunosuppression in canine renal allografts; heparin pharmacokinetics; and reviewing the incidence of malignancy in transplant recipients.

RESEARCH GRANTS:

1) 1989 Minnesota Medical Foundation Student Research Grant

2)1990 Park Nicollet Medical Center Minnesota Medical
Student Scholarship

3)1991 Viking Children’s Fund Research Grant

1) Jossart GH. Sleeve Gastrectomy for Gastroparesis. ASMBS Obesity Week-end. Las Vegas, Saturday, June 25th,2015

2) Jossart GH. The Sleeve is now up in the chest. ASMBS Obesity Week-end. Las Vegas, Thursday, June 23rd, 2015.

3) Jossart GH. Sleeve and Hiatal Hernia Repair. Live Surgery. International Consensus Summit for Sleeve Gastrectomy. Thursday, December 6th, 2012.

4) Jossart GH. Routine Hiatal Hernia Repair to Avoid Reflux. International Consensus Summit for Sleeve Gastrectomy. Friday, December 7th, 2012.

Read More

Curriculum Vitae

Gregg H. Jossart is the Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery (1999-present) Advanced Laparoscopic and Endocrine Surgery. He operates from the California Pacific Medical Center located in San Francisco, California.