Our hospital is committed to providing the highest quality care and ensuring the safety of our patients, employees, providers, volunteers and visitors. We are continuing to monitor the evolving situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking the necessary steps to ensure we are fully prepared to care for patients, in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and in partnership with our local and state health departments.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Watertown Regional Medical Center primary care clinics have COVID-19 vaccines available. To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine, please reach out to your Primary Care Provider or call 920.533.9762 to schedule your vaccine appointment at a primary care clinic today. If you don't have a Primary Care Provider or would like to utilize community vaccination clinics, please visit www.vaccines.gov for a complete list of locations near you.
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, please follow the link below.
Updated Visitor Restrictions
Please see the table below with current information about visitors at Watertown Regional Medical Center.
|Reason for visit||Visitors allowed|
|Hospital stay||Two visitors|
|Outpatient appointments and procedures||One visitor|
|Emergency and Urgent Care visits||One visitor|
- To ensure health and safety, please follow all staff requests
- Wear mask appropriately at all times, in all areas
- Remain with patient, or in the patients room
- Overnight visitors are discouraged
- No visitors allowed for COVID-19 positive patients
- Visitors under the age of 18 are discouraged
- By entering our healing environment as a visitor or support person, you are attesting that you do not have COVID-19 and are not experiencing any of the symptoms below:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
Testing - Frequently Asked Questions
What are my current testing options?
- Community Testing. If you're looking for community-wide testing, including asymptomatic testing, please follow the link below. You can also go to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website for more information or to find a testing site near you.
- Primary Care. If you have questions about COVID-19 symptoms or whether or not you should be tested, contact your Primary Care provider. If you don’t have a provider, you can find one by calling 920.533.9762 or visiting this link.
- Urgent Care. We offer convenient Urgent Care services to aid our communities. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, our Urgent Care is here to help!
- Emergency Care. Our 24/7 Emergency Department is staffed with experts to care for our community in an emergency. This includes care for COVID-19 and COVID-19 like symptoms.
Where do I find the results of my test?
Contact the provider that ordered the test. This could be Watertown Public Health, your primary care or specialty provider, Urgent Care or the Emergency Department.
Delta Variant FAQ's
We understand you may have questions regarding the Delta Variant of COVID-19. Please follow the link below for answers to Frequently Asked Questions. If you have additional questions, please reach out to your Primary Care Provider or visit the CDC's website.
COVID-19 Online Risk Assessment
To help support the health of our community, we are providing access to an online COVID-19 risk assessment developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This tool does NOT provide a diagnosis, and it should NOT be used as a substitute for an assessment made by a healthcare provider.
Appointments, Procedures and Surgeries
We are open for all appointments, procedures and surgeries. If you need to schedule an appointment, please call 920.262.4298 or reach out to your primary care provider. If you don't have a primary care provider, please visit our "Find a Doctor" page to find one that will work for your needs.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- City of Watertown Health Department
- Dodge County Public Health
- Jefferson County Public Health
- Wisconsin Hospital Association
Articles & Helpful Tips
- Considerations for Wearing Cloth Face Coverings
- How to make your own cloth face covering
- How to wear cloth face covering
- Washing Cloth face coverings
- Frequently Asked Questions for Patients
- Stop the spread of germs
- 10 ways to manage respiratory symptoms at home
- Ways you can help
- What to do if you are sick with COVID-19
- City of Watertown, Watertown Unified Schoold District and Watertown Regional Medical Center joint statement
- Proper handwashing techniques (see video below)