Digestive Health Information:

Phone number: 920-206-3042
Fax number: 1-833-606-0196

Existing Patients can contact us through:

Hours:

  • Monday: 8am-5pm
  • Tuesday: 8am-5pm
  • Wednesday:8am-5pm
  • Thursday: 8am-5pm
  • Friday:8am-5pm
  • Saturday: Closed
     

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 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. When you face a need for advanced digestive disease treatments, our physicians are ready and able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions. Beginning with a simple consultation, our team of providers work together to offer the most effective treatment to improve your overall level of digestive health.


Check your gut.

Digestive discomforts like heartburn, stomach upset, acid reflux and painful gas could be symptoms of serious medical problems. If you have questions about your digestive health, but aren’t quite sure where to begin, start with a digestive health assessment and learn more about conditions you may have.

Take the Digestive Health Assessment



Featured Services

  • Colon cancer prevention and surgical management
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) treatment
  • Gallbladder disease treatment
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy
  • Colonoscopy-Diagnostic and Screening
  • Diverticulitis surgical treatment
  • Management of GI stromal tumors, carcinoids and other intestinal diseases including the surgical management of Crohn’s disease.  
  • Diseases of the anus:  Bleeding hemorrhoids, prolapsed hemorrhoids


Additional WRMC Resources

General Surgery - Our surgeons are trained to provide digestive health surgerical services as well as medical management of those conditions. Common digestive health services offered include: colonoscopies, abdominal pain, pancreatitis, IBS, heartburn and GERD, diverticulitis and diarrhea/constipation.

3D Mammography -  A new technology that can detect breast cancer earlier and up to 53% more often than traditional mammography. Every woman 40 and older should schedule a mammogram every 1 to 2 years.


Providers:

Dr. Adam Dachman,
General Surgery &
Digestive Health

Dr. Garett Fleming,
General Surgery &
Digestive Health


Location

Watertown Clinic
123 Hospital Drive, Suite 2000
Watertown, WI 53098