New online medical service site offers personalized answers; advice
By Guy Chapman – Navarro County Gazette
The Navarro County Gazette recently had the opportunity to sit down with Nurse Practitioner Danika Watson in regards to Divine Care Now, a new online medical and wellness consultation service for Corsicana. Through personalized virtual guidance, the care providing service offers an in-home way to receive life coaching and treatment options at the click of a button.
Watson has been a part of Navarro Pediatrics since 2018. Her time in local primary care has allowed her to pick up additional medical certifications, as she broadens her research to determine the root causes of chronic illnesses and conditions, such as sleep deprivation.
Divine Care Now’s origins come partly from the changing health climate of the last two years, and the shift of having to see more patients virtually. Watson saw the need for a service that answers questions, while allowing her to maintain an active role in the lives of her patients.
“Many people have lots of questions about their health,” Watson said. “Not necessarily needing to be seen or needing a wellness check, but just have a lot of questions about ‘What nutrients do I need to take? What supplements do I need to take? How can I best support my kid’s health and immune system?'”
These questions, Watson discovered, ranged from infant to adult care.
“So I racked my brain and figured out how I can benefit everyone in the community and continue to do what I’m passionate about,” Watson said. “And that’s where I created Divine Care Now.”
Launched in September of 2021, Watson describes Divine Care Now as a “care concierge website.” The care portal offers individuals and families remote medical and nutritional advice, treatment options, and care support through monthly and yearly subscriptions. The subscriptions offer wellness plans crafted to a patient’s individual needs, in addition to providing workshops, webinars, access to a vitamin dispensary, and direct one on one access to speak with Watson through two 30-minute conversations.
“It’s always been in the back of my mind: “I need to help more. I need to do more,’ I’m just that person,” Watson said. “Being in this position as a nurse practitioner for pediatrics has been wonderful, and I get to do all the things I like to to do, but I just felt ‘I need to do more.’ There’s got to be more out there for me.”
Watson notes that service through the Divine Care Now website can not prescribe medicine or order labs for patients.
Watson is a lifelong resident of Navarro County, having been born and raised in Corsicana. A graduate of Blooming Grove, Watson later studied at Texas Tech, where she received her bachelors in nursing and starting working in pediatric care. Having married Aaron Watson in 2011, she is also the mother of two girls. Watson wanted to work in a place that was close to home where she could balance her family and professional life.
“It’s been a pleasure to have a pediatric ICU role which I love, but it was so nice to be able to come back home and now be able to serve my community where I started,” Watson said.
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