Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VAMC
Women Veterans Health Center
The Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center offers a variety of health services to address the unique needs of Women Veterans. The Women Veterans Health Center focuses on wellness education, preventive health treatment, disease management, and the emotional well being of women Veterans. Our goal is to offer women patients quality healthcare in a concerned, compassionate, and comprehensive manner throughout their life span.
The Women Veterans Health Center
The Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center Women's Health Clinic offers a full range of preventive care and treatment services for women of all ages. Patients are assigned to a physician in the Women's Clinic, who can provide a comprehensive history and physical examination on the initial visit, and then ongoing care, including gender-specific women's exams.
The community-based outpatient clinics also provide primary care and specialty services to Women Veterans. VA outpatient clinics are located in Ft. Dix, Gloucester County and Camden NJ, as well as Horsham, PA (Victor J. Saracini Community-based Outpatient Clinic). If well women's examinations are not available in the clinics, patients are referred to Philadelphia VAMC for their well women's examinations.
Healthcare for Women Veterans is available for both inpatients and outpatients. If the patient's condition changes and a hospital admission is needed, women may be admitted to medical, surgical, or mental health inpatient services to receive their hospital care. Additionally, Women Veterans who need long term care or home health services may access them through their VA physician's referral to Geriatrics & Extended Care Service.
Exams & Services:
History and physical, including pelvic exam & breast exam
Menopause treatment including hormonal therapy if appropriate
Family planning and contraceptive care
Infertility evaluation and referrals
Maternity care referrals
Assessment for heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke risk
Tobacco use cessation counseling
Sexual trauma referrals
Flu and other vaccines
Social work referrals
Medication therapy education
Referrals for other services as needed
High blood pressure
Breast cancer or fibrocystic disease - Mammograms
Cervical cancer - Pap test
Sexually transmitted diseases
Nutrition and dietary needs
Psychosocial issues that impact your health
Women's Specialty Services at Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center
The Gynecology Clinic provides coordinated, comprehensive care and special services including minor surgical procedures for treatment of women's reproductive disorders. Our urology department coordinates with women’s health to provide treatment for urologic conditions specific to women. We also have a dedicated Gynecologic Oncologist to provide care for women with premalignant or invasive cancers of the female genital tract. Services include a range of gynecologic cancer surgery, with an emphasis on minimally invasive and robotic surgery, and complex benign gynecologic surgery.
Breast Care Clinic has been established for evaluation and treatment of breast diseases or abnormalities detected through breast examination or mammography.
Mental Health Services are available for treatment of many conditions, including depression and anxiety. An individual comprehensive treatment plan is developed with the patient. Referrals are made as needed for specific issues, including military sexual trauma, eating disorders, substance use and post traumatic stress disorder.
We invite Women Veterans to take advantage of our special programs. Your active and vocal participation in the health care process is important to our success. We value the opinions of Veterans and want to listen and respond to your health care concerns.
How to Access These Services
All Women Veterans who have received an honorable discharge (or general discharge under honorable conditions) from the military are eligible to apply for health care services. An eligibility specialist will process the request and the patient will be notified if she has met eligibility criteria. Eligible women patients are assigned to a primary care team. A co-payment may be assessed for treatment of non-service connected conditions. The fee is determined by the patient's income and entitlement.
Women's Health Pearl Team: 215-823-5800 ext. 4496
Women's Health Diamond Team: 215-823-5800 ext. 4404
- 7th Floor, Room A737
- 215-823-5800 Ext. 4496
- 215-823-5800 Ext. 4404
Hours of Operation
- Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.