Vanderbilt Women’s Health
We are dedicated to providing our patients with comprehensive Obstetric and Gynecological care using the latest technology available. Arguments originate via Monday surrounded by a class-action lawsuit antagonistic the Department of Veterans Affairs that alleges the agency be unequipped to impart medical services to luxury the emotional robustness complications of soldiers returning from the period of war in Afghanistan and Iraq, the New York Times reports.
To ensure women are fully informed about their rights and health care options, the Act would launch a public awareness campaign among community-based organizations, pharmacists, providers and other stakeholders making sure that women have information and access to the services available to them.
Additionally, this legislation would establish a three-year grant program for the training of nurse practitioners that specialize in women’s health care, helping to ensure a stronger health care workforce. If further treatment, surgery or pregnancy care is needed, patients are referred to physicians at Boston Medical Center who specialize in all aspects of obstetrics and gynecology (Ob/Gyn). The team is experienced in addressing these issues and will offer advice and care that is tailored to the patient’s needs. If you are healthy and anticipate a healthy, normal pregnancy, you still may prefer to get your care from an OB. From birth through menopause and beyond, the Women’s Healthcare Center provides special care for every stage of a woman’s life. Community Healthcare will continue to provide Title X services and will be able to provide similar sliding fee rates for eligible patients.
The following is a discussion of issues that are critical components in women’s health and the health of their families; topics include nutrition, preventive care, contraception and female education. Wellness Educators/Counselors at Health Services are available to talk with you about a variety of health and wellness topics. A mother requires adequate income to provide resources such as food, transportation, and medical care.
Women’s Health Concern is greatly indebted to the late Miss Elizabeth Stalley whose generous bequest made possible the complete re-design and revision of this charity website in December 2007.Since then several benefactors, some preferring to be anonymous, have made donations.