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The Marshall Medical Weight Loss and Bariatric Surgery Team

Maisha Correia, MD is a Board Certified Psychiatrist. She will complete pre-surgical psychosocial evaluations and will provide psychiatric medication management as needed for patients in the Bariatrics program at any stage of treatment. She earned her medical degree from University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine then completed her psychiatry residency at University Of Washington School of Medicine in the UW-Idaho Advanced Clinician Psychiatry Track where she focused her efforts on community and rural psychiatry and served as Chief Resident.

Tarandeep KaurTarandeep Kaur, MD, is double board certified in family medicine and obesity medicine. She specializes in diet and nutrition, along with counseling and medications for medical weight loss. She earned her medical degree from Government Medical College in India. She completed her family medicine residency at East Tennessee State University.

Ryan LassundenRyan Lussenden, MD, FACS, is a board certified general surgeon, fellowship trained in bariatric surgery. Dr. Lussenden serves as medical director for Marshall Medical Center’s Bariatric Surgery Program. He earned his medical degree at Albany Medical College and completed his general surgery internship at the Mayo Clinic. Dr. Lussenden completed his residency at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara and his bariatrics fellowship training at Lahey Clinic in Boston.

Marshall Diabetes and Nutrition Education – Our team of registered dietitians are licensed to assess, diagnose and treat nutritional problems. They will coach participants in meal planning, weight management, cholesterol control, nutrition and more.

Considering A Medical of Bariatric Weight Loss Procedure?

If you are significantly overweight and you’re ready to make a change, please call one of the offices below for more information:

Medical Weight Loss
(916) 933-8010

Bariatric Surgery
(530) 626-3682

Insurance coverage is dependent on your individual plan and benefits. Please contact your health insurance provider about your coverage. If you do not have insurance, Marshall Medical Center has provisions for a self-pay option.