Chillicothe VA Medical Center
About the Program
Women who have served in the Armed Forces are eligible for a variety of Veterans benefits. VA actively encourages women to utilize the benefits due them.
The Chillicothe VA Medical Center Women's Health Program targets programs and facilities to meet the unique needs of female Veterans.
Bonnie Owen, MS, PA (Physician Assistant) - Women Veterans Program Manager
740-773-1141, x6062 or x7715
Lora Gilliland, LPN or
Kim Lawson, LPN - Women's Case Managers
Johna Hines, RN - Women's Health Diagnostic Coordinator, 740-773-1141, x6078
Angela Banks-Mason, MSW, LISW-S - Women's Health Social Worker, 740-773-1141, x6310
Paul Detty, MD- Women's Health Medical Director, 740-773-1141, x1301
Stanley L. Garber, MD/Clinical Gynecologist
The Chillicothe VA Medical Center's services for women include:
- Primary care
- Gynecology services
- Breast exams and mammography
- Reproductive health care
- Maternity care
- Newborn care
- HIV testing and treatment
- Infertility evaluation
- Menopause treatment
- Patient education
- Preventive health screenings
- Pain management
- Women's addiction recovery
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Assessment & Therapy
- Miitary Sexual Trauma Assessment & Therapy
Patients will be referred to other VA facilities or to the community for any service not available at Chillicothe VA Medical Center.
Mental health services, including treatment for post traumatic stress disorder, are also available for women. Treatment for substance abuse is available as well.
Facts About Heart Disease in Women
Do you know what causes heart disease in women? What about the survival rate?
Or whether women of all ethnicities share the same risk? The fact is: Heart disease
is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. That’s approximately
one woman every minute! But it doesn’t affect all women alike, and the warning signs
for women aren’t the same in men. What’s more: These facts only begin to scratch
the surface. There are several misconceptions about heart disease in women, and they
could be putting you at risk. The American Heart Association’s Go Red For
Women movement advocates for more research and swifter action for women’s
heart health for this very reason. In this section, we’ll arm you with the facts
and dispel some myths – because the truth can no longer be ignored.
Building 31, first floor
- 740-773-1141 Ext. 6062 or 7715
Hours of Operation
Gynecology Appointments available Tuesdays from 8:20 am- 3:20 pm
Primary Care hours are from 8:30 am- 3:20 pm Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Holidays