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Mental Health Implications of Infertility

The VA offers infertility benefits to all Veterans, regardless of service connection, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or marital status. When attempting pregnancy is unsuccessful, it is normal to experience a wide range of feelings.

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Madison VA Mental Health Clinic Offerings

Did you know that the Madison VA hospital and clinics employs mental health providers who are trained in specialized treatments for women Veterans?

We Believe You and We Believe in You

What matters to you most in life?

Women’s Health offers veterans Whole Health health coaching services and access to many exciting holistic approaches to wellness in addition to the care you already receive.

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No Bones About It – You’re Not Alone

Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with osteoporosis, living with it for some time, or have never been screened for it, chances are you may have many questions. How do I manage this disease? Will I break a bone or suffer a second fracture? Do I have to give up all the activities I love?

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April: Preconception Health Awareness Month

April 2022 VA Women’s Health is promoting Preconception Health. Preconception health is about taking control of your health and choosing healthy habits to prepare and plan for the healthiest pregnancy possible.

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May: Pelvic Health Awareness Month

Did you know pelvic health conditions can significantly affect a women's quality of life? One in three women have pelvic health conditions and we can help!

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Women Veterans Peer Support Services Available

Did you know there is peer support available to Women Veterans? Did you know the Madison VA recently hired a Peer Support Specialist specifically for Women Veterans?

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March: Women’s History Month

March was Women's History Month – a time when we highlighted the historic contributions women have made to the fabric of our great nation.

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Madison VA Provides Critical Support Across Nation

Staff at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital provide critical support to facilities across the Nation by volunteering to take part in the Disaster Emergency Medical Personnel System (DEMPS).

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Extraordinary Nurse Recognized at Madison VA

Carole Borland, Chief Nurse Inpatient Services at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital was recently honored with the hospital’s first DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses.

Carole Borland, Chief Nurse Inpatient Services (Left) is presented with a certificate and statue by Teresa Edgren, Associate Director for Patient Care Services (right) at the Madison VA Hospital. Borland was recently honored with the hospital’s first DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses.