Dr. John Watterson Bio
Dr. John Watterson , Rheumatologist, Vancouver, BC is a dedicated rheumatologist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. He completed his medical school and Internal Medicine training at the University of British Columbia (UBC). After that, in 1999, Dr. Watterson obtained his Royal College Fellowship in Rheumatology and was recruited to the UBC Division of Rheumatology. Currently, Dr. Watterson holds the position of Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine.
Dr. John Watterson , Rheumatologist, Vancouver, BC takes pride in being a member of the Division of Rheumatology Postgraduate Committee, where he is involved in the recruitment, selection, and postgraduate training of young rheumatologists.
Dr. John Watterson , Rheumatologist, Vancouver, BC also provides consultative services to the Vancouver General Hospital and actively participates in the medical training of students, core residents, and postgraduate trainees. Dr. Watterson is a Director at the ARTUS Health Centre, where his practice model emphasizes coordinated, multidisciplinary, and comprehensive care for individuals with rheumatic diseases. His professional interests primarily revolve around inflammatory arthritis, spondyloarthropathy, and osteoporosis. Outside of his medical practice, Dr. Watterson embraces the active lifestyle that British Columbia offers. Dr. John Watterson , Rheumatologist, Vancouver, BC is an avid triathlete, kite sailor, and ocean kayaker. During the winter season, he enjoys snowshoeing and skiing in the North Shore and Whistler areas, often accompanied by his wife and two daughters. His ongoing research is in the areas of rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, ankylosing spondylitis and the appropriate use of diagnostic tests in the management of connective tissue diseases.
Dr. John Watterson , Rheumatologist, Victoria Is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,.Dr. John Watterson is in good standing with the Canadian Rheumatology Association and the Canadian Medical Association
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