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Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System

 

New Women Veterans Program Manager

Mary Dillion

Mary Dillion, WVPM, assisting one of our women Veterans.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Mary Dillon is our new Women Veterans Program Manager.

An Army Veteran herself, who comes to the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System from the Tucson, Arizona VA, Dillon is proud to serve women Veterans across our health care system.

“I want all women Veterans out there to know that my job is to ensure that our female Veterans are treated with dignity in a safe and secure environment, and that VA personnel are respectful and sensitive to their unique needs,” Dillon said. “I ensure that comprehensive primary care is managed and provided to them by a health care team that will they will remain with, and that appropriate primary care and specialty care are provided when needed. I am their advocate. All these services are provided in outstanding facilities with state-of–the–art health care equipment and technology. VA wants to be the center of excellence and women Veterans’ first choice for care.”

She can be reached at 850-912-2027.

The Women Veterans Call Center – 1-855-VA-WOMEN (855-829-6636) is also available. It is an incoming call center that receives and responds to questions from women Veterans, their families, and caregivers across the nation about available VA services and resources.

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