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VA Puget Sound Health Care System


Women's Health

About the ProgramA provider helps a female Veteran 

VA Puget Sound offers comprehensive care for women Veterans. We pride ourselves on providing excellent care for women Veterans in our stand-alone clinics at both American Lake and Seattle Divisions and at our community clinics. These facilities provide a unique setting that is private, respectful and convenient.

We respect patients’ preferences regarding provider gender, for health care and mental health care.  We look forward to meeting your health care needs.

Services Offered

• alcohol and drug abuse treatment
• cervical cancer screening
• colposcopy
• evaluation and treatment for trauma
• incontinence treatment
• mammography
• menopause management
• mental health services 
• osteoporosis evaluation and treatment
• primary care
• reproductive benefits
• trauma recovery
• screening for HIV/STDs
• social work

Mental health services, including treatment for post traumatic stress disorder and military sexual trauma are also available. Treatment for substance abuse is available as well.

Patients will be referred to community providers for any service not available at VA Puget Sound.

Contact Us

Women Veterans receive comprehensive primary care in our clinics and community based outpatient clinics:

American Lake Division Women’s Clinic: (253) 583-1444
Seattle Division Women’s Clinic:  (206) 768-5314

Brochures: American Lake and Seattle 

To contact our community based outpatient clinics, please go here.


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