Healthy Women's Program: 412-780-6653.
The VA Pittsburgh Womens Health Center is a Center of Excellence
Delivering specialized care and readjustment counseling to women Veterans is one of the VA’s top priorities.
The VA Pittsburgh Women Veterans Program seeks to promote the health, welfare and dignity of female Veterans and their families by ensuring equal access to timely, sensitive and quality health care.
The Healthy Women’s Center serves as a one-stop shop, meeting Veterans' complete health care needs.
Today, women comprise approximately:
Since 2000, the number of female Veterans using VA health care has more than doubled, from nearly 160,000 (FY00) to more than 337,000 (FY11). This growth has outpaced that of the male Veteran population.
Among women Veterans returning from the current conflicts, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn (OEF/OIF/OND):
55.5% of female OEF/OIF/OND Veterans have received VA health care. Of this group, 89.2% have used VA health care services more than once; 53% have used VA health care 11 or more times.
Average age of VA users in FY09 was:
Women Veterans can also get excellent health care at one
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