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LEAN Program


TAMC LEAN PROGRAM, Department of Behavioral Medicine, is a comprehensive weight loss program designed for individuals who have difficulty modifying unhealthy lifestyle behaviors after being identified as having a lifestyle-influenced medical condition or contributing risk factors.

Patient Goals:

  • Enhance knowledge of, and skills necessary to manage relevant medical conditions.

  • Identify lifestyle changes necessary to improve physical health and decrease Incidence and exacerbation of medical disorder.

  • Learn appropriate nutrition, physical activity, and medical and mental health maintenance behaviors.

  • Identify cognitive and emotional antecedents of behavioral relapse and employ adaptive coping techniques.

* Implement and regularly evaluate a prioritized behavioral
plan for long-term lifestyle change.

Program Goals:

  • Improve quality of life for patients by employing behavioral strategies to facilitate lifestyle modification and ultimately to reverse or effectively manage their identified medical conditions.

  • Improve healthcare effectiveness by using the data from routine evaluations of patient progress and program outcomes to educate providers and refine clinical interventions.

  • Improve healthcare system efficiency by reducing the utilization of available resources for treating patients identified medical conditions.

For more information call 433-1498.