About Us

Bariatric Surgery Perth

Dr Dolan has been performing bariatric surgery in Perth for over 15 years.

Providing a long-term commitment to achieving and sustaining weight loss in conjunction with a team of bariatric physicians, dieticians, psychologist, exercise physiologists, nurse and patient support group.

Proven Obesity Treatment

All three weight loss surgeries are performed at WA Laparoscopic and Obesity Surgery (WALOS), namely

Body contouring such as tummy tuck is also performed at WALOS once the desired weight loss has been achieved.

Your First Visit

You will meet Dr Dolan on your first visit to the clinic; he will carefully go through your medical history, explain your treatment options, and ensure you understand everything clearly.

If you are having one of our weight loss procedures, you will be closely supported by our whole team, not just around the time of your procedure, but for the months and years that follow. We will help you end the weight struggle- that’s our commitment to you.


Our approach works – we constantly monitor our results and continually strive to improve our service to you. Through our integrated team approach we are helping our patients achieve some of the best results in the world.

Average patient typically lose

  • 62% of their excess weight following gastric band,
  • 72% following sleeve gastrectomy and
  • 78% following mini gastric bypass
  • 78% following SADI-S

Complication Rates

Dr Dolan’s rate of acute complications is the lowest in Australia, despite having treated patients with high-risk medical conditions and extreme levels of obesity.

With a new surgical technique which he pioneered and introduced in 2009, the rate of such long term problems has improved even further. We keep up to date records on all of our results as part of our quality control measures and clinical governance.

Bariatric Surgery Registry Leading Contributor 2016

WALOS and Dr Kevin Dolan and proud to have been awarded Gold status of Leading Contributor to the Bariatric Surgery Registry for 2016.

You can find out more about the Bariatric Surgery Registry on the Monash University Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences website.

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