HMR's Weight Loss
Medication Program

A complementary treatment approach

Our mission is to make it as easy as possible for you to lose weight and make lifestyle changes to keep it off. Since there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach, we have partnered with certified providers to offer weight loss medications to those who are eligible.

Medication Program

Our Philosophy


With so much data to show the effectiveness of weight loss medications1, we feel that the decision to include them as an option for weight loss is fully in line with our mission to make it easier for more people to lose weight and live healthier lives.

And when combined with a program like HMR that offers lifestyle coaching to support sustainable behavior change, we believe the impact of this advancement in treatment can enhance people's weight and health outcomes for long-term success.

Am I Eligible?

What are GLP-1s?


GLP-1 medications mimic a hormone produced in our gut after we eat that helps to stabilize insulin. What started as a medication exclusively for treating Type 2 diabetes, has been found to be successful for weight loss as well, since it slows gastric emptying, increases feelings of fullness, and reduces appetite.

HMR-affiliated providers offer a variety of GLP-1s such as ZepboundTM, tirzepatide, semaglutide, and liraglutide, known as Wegovy®, Saxenda®, Ozempic®, and Mounjaro®.

It’s Simple to Get Started

It takes just a few minutes to find out if you’re eligible for our Medication Plan Membership, which starts at just $89 a month*.

How it works

Complete a short health survey. The information you provide will be shared with a provider that matches your needs and will help determine your eligibility.

You will be matched with an affiliated provider and care team. They will schedule a call with you to discuss the medication and answer any questions.

Your care team will provide you with information and guidance on insurance coverage or access to non-insurance options, if needed.

Your medication will be called into the pharmacy of your choice, and your dedicated care team will support you to get started on your weight-loss journey!

Start the Survey

Member Stories

Suzie Lost 37 Ibs.*

"Mounjaro totally changed the game for me! I lost the extra weight without even trying, and now I've got this crazy energy boost. It's like my secret weapon for a healthier, happier me!"

Ana Lost 39 Ibs.*

"Since I started using Zepbound, I've felt a positive shift in my overall well-being. It's not just a product. It's become an essential part of my lifestyle, helping me feel my best every day."

Letitia Lost 33 Ibs.*

"This little wonder has not only helped me manage my blood sugar levels effectively but has also given me a renewed sense of control and vitality. Grateful for the positive impact it's had on my life."


Most weight loss medications are commonly referred to as GLP-1s. "GLP-1" stands for glucagon-like peptide-1, which is a hormone produced in our gut. It is secreted by the intestinal cells in response to meals, and then travels in the blood and enters the brain. It exerts its main effects by releasing insulin, slowing gastric emptying, increasing feelings of fullness, and reducing appetite.

The weight loss results for weight loss medications can vary depending on the individual, their response to side effects, and other factors such as diet and exercise. However, clinical studies have shown that these medications can lead to significant weight loss in many people, ranging from 5-15% weight loss1.

Weight loss medications approved for weight loss may be prescribed to adults with obesity (BMI ≥30) or to some adults who are overweight (BMI ≥ 27) who also have weight-related medical conditions such as type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure. We encourage you to talk with your primary care provider to discuss your eligibility and access to these medications, and you can also take our short eligibility survey.

Membership in our Medication Plan provides you with a simple way to access a medication that is right for you, while ensuring you are receiving expert care whenever you need it. With a dedicated nurse triage team that has expertise in weight-loss medications, you will be able to reach out with any questions you may have and get the specialized and ongoing support you need as you lose weight.

The most common side effects associated with weight loss medications are gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea) which are usually mild and occur in the first few weeks of treatment.

Similar to hypertension, long-term treatment with this medication is necessary to maintain weight loss outcomes, although the long-term effects of weight loss medications are not yet available.


*Results may vary by individual and by adherence to behavioral lifestyle changes that support weight and health management. You may not experience the same results as these customers. Consult a qualified medical professional before beginning any weight loss program.