Digestive HealthCall 920.206.3042
123 Hospital Drive Suite 2000
Watertown, WI 53098
Monday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
About Digestive Health
At Watertown Regional Medical Center, we are committed to helping patients manage their digestive health through an individualized approach, focusing on the whole patient and not just your symptoms. Our expertise in this area begins with our nutrition department and extends throughout our medical staff who are trained in the latest technologies and techniques available.
If you're experiencing digestive discomforts like heartburn, upset stomach, acid reflux, or painful gas, our physicians are ready and able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions. If you don't know where to start, take the digestive health assessment below and learn more about conditions you may have. Then connect with our digestive health team at 920.206.3042.
Take a Digestive Health Assessment
Learn about digestive conditions you may have.Begin Assessment
General Surgery Clinic
123 Hospital Drive, Suite 2000
Watertown, WI 53098
Watertown Regional Medical Center offers an individualized approach in the management of general surgical conditions.View General Surgery
Common Digestive Ailments Treated
- Acid Reflux and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
- Gallbladder disease and gallstones
- Peptic ulcer disease
- IBS/IBD/Crohn's/Ulcerative Colitis
- GI stromal tumors, carcinoids
- Diseases of the anus (bleeding hemorrhoids and prolapsed hemorrhoids)
- Colon cancer prevention and surgical management
Do you suffer from frequent heartburn after eating?
Do you have sharp pain in your upper right or center abdomen?
Do you have upper abdominal pain?
Do you feel bloated, have diarrhea or constipation?
Diagnostic Procedures Available
- Esophageal pH Study
Minimally Invasive Techniques
The surgeons at Watertown Regional Medical Center are leaders in the use of minimally invasive surgery, including the use of robotic surgery, which means smaller incision size, less pain, minimal scarring and faster recovery times for our patients.
One of the first types of minimally invasive surgery was laparoscopy. This type of surgery is done through small incisions using small tubes and tiny cameras. Continual innovations of minimally invasive surgery make it beneficial for people with all types of conditions. Ask your provider if you think you might be a candidate.
Robotic Surgery is designed to provide surgeons with enhanced capabilities, including high-definition 3D vision and a magnified view. Though it is called robotic surgery, the machine cannot act on its own: Instead, the surgery is performed entirely by your doctor.
Learn More about robotic surgery