Clinic News

in General News - 10/01/2018
Watson Clinic board-certified general surgeon Anthony R. Zappia, MD will take part in this year’s Polk Scholastic Chess Tournament, a popular annual event that brings together over 500 children from grades K – 12 throughout our community for a fun, competitive and educational experience.

in Lectures - 10/01/2018
Watson Clinic is pleased to announce the following upcoming lectures and special events occurring in the month of October.

in General News - 09/25/2018
The Watson Clinic Hearing Center is pleased to welcome an additional member to their team of certified audiologists.

in General News - 09/20/2018
Watson Clinic recognizes one outstanding employee every month as part of their Program for Employee Excellence and Recognition (PEER) award.

in General News - 09/19/2018
The Watson Clinic Foundation is pleased to present a free event designed to answer many of the most common questions regarding Medicare coverage. The seminar, coordinated in partnership with the Senior Connection Center, Inc., is intended for first-time enrollees living or working throughout the community.

in General News - 09/12/2018
Watson Clinic is pleased to welcome an additional neurologist to our team of expert specialists.

in Lectures - 09/12/2018
Watson Clinic is pleased to announce the following upcoming lecture occurring in the month of September. This event is free of charge, but seating is limited.

in General News - 09/04/2018
The Watson Clinic Foundation is pleased to announce their 2nd Annual Healthy in Pink Social, an upcoming event devoted to breast cancer education and community empowerment.

in General News - 09/04/2018
Watson Clinic currently offers flu vaccinations through their primary care physician offices, as well as a series of flu clinics, which are now available across many of their most popular and convenient locations. Watson Clinic will administer these vaccines exclusively to their patients.

in General News - 08/10/2018
Polk County patients who suffer from a potentially fatal leaky mitral valve, but are not candidates for open-heart surgery can now find lifesaving care through an innovative device called MitraClip®.