1217 W. Market Street, Germantown, OH.   Phone: (937) 855-7275      •      Map

Dr. Noel Watson's practice is recognized by the NCQA as meeting PCMH 2011 patient-centered medical home standards.

Board Certified in Family Practice, Dr. Noel Watson has treated multi-generations of families for over 25 years. Dr. Watson welcomes new and established patients alike with a personal approach to health care, assuring that each patient receives the time and attention needed during every visit. His practice in Germantown offers complete primary care for all ages and family members from newborns to adult care.

In addition to his practice, Dr. Watson is also recognized for his contributions in the field of academic medicine; he was a principal author of the current curriculum of the Rice University Medical Scholars Program.

A lifelong resident of Germantown, Dr. Watson has been active participant in the community, with committed involvement in church, the volunteer rescue squad and service organizations. A veteran of the U.S. Navy, Dr. Watson received his degree from Ohio State University School of Medicine, and performed his residency locally at Miami Valley Hospital. He maintains hospital affiliations with Kettering Medical Center and Sycamore Hospital.

Office hours:  Monday 8:00a-4:30p  •  Tuesday 8:00a-4:30p  •  Wednesday 8:00a-11:00a
Thursday 8:00a-4:30p  •  Friday 8:00a-4:30p  •  2nd and 4th Saturday each month: 8:00a-11: 00a

Hours may vary seasonally; check when you call to make your appointment.

If you need to reach your provider after our office is closed, please call 937-855-7275 Non-emergent calls will be returned within one to two business days.

Or, go to Providence After Hours Care at the Cornerstone Medical Center, 7740 Washington Village Drive, Suite 120, Centerville Ohio. A Providence provider who has access to your medical records will treat you.

Dr. Noel Watson has earned recognition through the NCQA's Diabetes Recognition Program. Clinicians who achieve DRP Recognition show their peers, patients and others in the Diabetes community that they are part of an elite group that is publicly recognized for its skill in providing the highest-level diabetes care.