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In this newsletter, our former director, John Rohrer, has officially retired after more than 30 years of service. Additionally, we discuss VA Secretary Dennis McDonough's visit where he encouraged Veterans exposed to burn pits, Agent Orange, and other toxic substances to apply for a PACT Act claim. Also, we officially broke ground on a new Baraboo clinic which will double the size of the current location and is scheduled to open next summer.
For this spring edition of the Women's Health newsletter, we celebrate Women Veterans Day June 12, 2023, at the main hospital, and at our clinics throughout June. Additionally, we talk about a new program called heaRT that focuses on servicewomen who have never enrolled in VA health care. We also have articles on LGBTQ+ Veterans resources and the “She Wears the Boots” podcast.
In this newsletter, we share information about the Veterans Comprehensive Prevention, Access to Care, and Treatment Act of 2020 (COMPACT), the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act, and the upcoming retirement of our hospital director.
For this winter edition of the Women’s Health newsletter, we share some of the programs and events we have at the Madison VA. Additionally, we have highlighted a woman Veteran who is 96 years old, our Peer Support Program and our growing focus on Trauma Informed Care.
December 2022: Madison VA Hospital and Clinics Newsletter (govdelivery.com)
In this newsletter, we discuss our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) values statement, share our latest Hall of Heroes ceremony of Sgt. Akira Toki and list upcoming events.
September 2022: Madison VA Hospital and Clinics Newsletter (govdelivery.com)
In this newsletter, we received the Veterans Health Administration Overall Best Experience Award at this year’s VA Customer Experience Symposium in Washington, D.C. We also started treatments in our new Cancer Center and have a new initiative for My HealtheVet.
This quarter we have articles on eligibility and enrollment for VA services, as well as articles on services that we provide such as substance use and recovery, contraception care, chronic pain therapies, peers support connections, and whole health programs.
In this newsletter, we discuss the newly implemented VHA Health Protection Levels, PTSD Awareness Month and the online process of submitting a travel claim using the Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System.
In our second edition, we are excited to share various topics regarding health for your body, mind, and spirit. We hope these articles will help you enhance your self-care and highlight opportunities to celebrate you, our female Veterans, including our special Women Veteran’s Day event this June!
This newsletter will provide you with information on new and upcoming events, programs, available services, and groups. We look forward to spotlighting VA healthcare benefits, events, and overall health and wellness for you, our female Veterans.
In this newsletter, we discuss the results of the recently completed Market Assessment process and the referral of recommendations to a National Asset Infrastructure Review or (AIR) Commission.
In this newsletter, we share an update on COVID-19, the return of our valet service, and the ribbon cutting ceremony for our new Cancer Center.
This Women's Health town hall meeting includes information on the VA Woman's Health Reengagement Training also called Heart, LGBTQ Plus awareness, the PACT Act, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, suicide prevention, our new female gynecologist, and infertility benefits as well as a live question and answer session.
This quarterly town hall meeting includes updates on changes to our Leadership team, the loosening of masking requirements, plans for enhanced services at our new East and Baraboo Clinics, Pride Month activities, and a reminder about the new PACT Act and health benefits for toxic exposures.
This quarterly town hall meeting includes information on new enhanced eligibility for emergency suicide prevention care through the recently passed COMPACT Act, another update on the new PACT Act and health benefits for toxic exposures, a COVID safety update, and improvements we are working to make in our Community Care program.
This quarterly town hall meeting includes information about the PACT Act, Trauma Informed Care, and Suicide Prevention as well as gave Veterans the opportunity to ask questions about health care services at the hospital and clinics.
This quarterly town hall provided updates on the PACT Act and how it effects eligibility with a live Q and A session.
This quarterly town hall includes updates on Moderna Bivalent COVID-19 boosters and annual flu shots as well as information on the recently approved PACT Act and how it effects eligibility. We also shared news about our receiving the 2021 Veterans Health Administration Overall Best Experience Award, talked about Suicide Prevention and Substance Use Recovery Awareness Month.
This Women's Health town hall meeting includes information about PACT Act, and Suicide Prevention Month, and gave Veterans the opportunity to ask questions about health care services and the hospital.
This quarterly town hall meeting includes information about our newly released COVID operational plan, our current COVID status, and provide you with information on how to request COVID antigen test kits when you visit our primary care clinics. Also, we share news about our recent East Clinic groundbreaking, tell you about our recruitment efforts at the Madison VA, and talk about our new electronic Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System called BTS3.
This quarterly town hall meeting includes information about the Market Assessment Recommendations, a COV-ID update, and gave Veterans the opportunity to ask questions about health care services and the hospital.
This Women's Health town hall meeting includes information about ID cards, "I am not invisible" display, and gave Veterans the opportunity to ask questions about health care services and the hospital.
This quarterly town hall meeting includes information about COVID vaccine boosters and gave Veterans the opportunity to ask questions about COVID and the hospital.