Bariatric Surgery Registry


The primary aim of the Bariatric Surgery Registry is to measure outcomes for patients undergoing bariatric surgery across public and private hospitals in Australia and New Zealand. It is predominantly a quality and safety registry.

The Registry tracks the performance of hospitals, surgeons and devices.

The ability to track all persons undergoing bariatric procedures longitudinally offers an unprecedented opportunity to:

  • Confirm the outcomes from clinical trials on bariatric surgery at a community level
  • Measure the change in diabetes status over time in this population
  • Translate these efficacy and health outcomes into practice guidelines
  • Utilise the Registry as a resource for future research projects
Registry Location Australia
Registry Participation Voluntary
Registry Contact

T: 03 9903 0725

Adding New Patients to Registry

Patients – How to become involved
If you are a patient who would like to become involved in the Bariatric Surgery Registry, you may speak to your treating surgeon and enquire as to whether or not they are contributing to the registry. If so, you can ask to be included as a patient.

Surgeons – How to become involved
If you are interested in contributing your patient data to the registry, the first step is to complete the surgeon registration form.

Please see the website for more information