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Contact information

Doctors Court Clinic - Watertown: 920-249-4460
Watertown Medical Clnic - Watertown: 920-261-2020
Johnson Creek Clinic - 920-699-6200
Juneau Clinic - 920-234-5407
Lake Mills Clinic - 920-214-5118
Waterloo Clinic - 920-249-5172

Existing Patients can contact us through:

About Primary Care

At Watertown Regional Medical Center, we want you to experience a seamless team of skilled, caring providers from your very first phone call to schedule an appointment.
 
Our family practices are conveniently located throughout Watertown and the surrounding communities. All locations offer morning and evening appointments and same-day access for urgent care. Our primary care providers are passionate about our community and the families who live here. They value your time as much as their own and get to know your unique goals, challenges and concerns. 
 
Selecting the right primary care physician is one of the most important things you can do for your health. A primary care doctor gets to know you as a total person, helps coordinate all of your healthcare and helps guide you toward your best possible health. A journey our providers area eager to make together. 
 
We're here to make Watertown and the surrounding communities healthier.

Primary Care Services

At Watertown Regional Medical Center, we offer a full-spectrum of primary care services, including:

  • Annual physical exams
  • Well-child exams
  • Vaccinations/Immunizations
  • Urgent care visits
  • Diabetes education
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Other health maintenance visits

Find a Doctor/Advanced Practice Provider

Looking for a new doctor or Advanced Practice Provider (APP)? If you are new to Watertown, Waterloo, Johnson Creek, Lake Mills, Juneau or the surrounding communities, have had a change in insurance or are just looking for a better fit, try our Find a Provider tool.

Our Primary Care doctors/APP's include:

• Family Medicine providers who care for children and adults of all ages. 
• Pediatricians who care for newborns/infants, children, and adolescents traditionally to the age of 18, but often through their college years. 
• Internal Medicine physicians who provide comprehensive diagnostic and primary care for adults of all ages for a variety of different medical issues, including complex medical problems.

Health History

Watertown Regional Medical Center clinics recently moved to a new patient portal. If you're looking for your health history, please visit the my eHealth patient portal.


Our Locations:

We have primary care clinics locatead in Watertown and throughout the surrounding communities. These clinics are home to primary care providers and depending on the location, offer specialty care as well. Click on the link to contact them directly or to find out more about what they offer.