Women's Health Portal

Last Updated: April 20, 2023
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Women make up nearly 15% of our active duty Army and can now serve in all Army occupations. The Women's Health Portal is designed to provide service members, leaders and family members health-related information tailored to meet the unique needs of our female service members on topics listed below. Additional highly recommended resources include the DHA Women's Health PortalExternal Link and USA.gov's The Community GuideExternal Link.

Women's Health Clinical Community/Pr​ofessionals Resources:

  • Women and Infant Clinical Community (WICC)External Link (CAC required): the purpose of the WICC is to define, prioritize, and implement initiatives that enable readiness by decreasing variation, improving outcomes, and positively impacting women and infant health care in the MHS.
  • U.S. Army Women's Health Service Line milBookExternal Link (CAC required): provides an active global forum for professional collaboration, discussions, and intellectual exchanges between active, retired, and reserve members of the Army. 

  • Walk-in Contraceptive Services​External Link are a resource within a military hospital or clinic to support the overall wellbeing of the force and optimize warrior readiness and pregnancy planning. Walk-in Contraceptive Services include the provision of full scope, contraception related care for all active duty service members and for eligible beneficiaries capable of becoming pregnant (e.g., women, transgender males, non-binary individuals, etc.) on a space-available basis.
  • ​Your Health is Our Mission! Explore the comprehensive women’s health services available to you in the Military Health System at every stage of your life on the TRICARE Women's Health pageExternal Link​.
  • The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) Women's HealthExternal Link portal provides female Sailors and Marines, operational leadership, and providers with the resources to learn how to increase female force readiness, resiliency, and deployability. Also, find links for Ab​ortion and Access to Reproductive Health resources applicable to all military branches. 
  • Women's Self-Care Charts provide tips to help prevent Menstrual Symptoms, Urinary Tract Infections, and Vaginal Infections and help direct you to clinical assistance. 
  • 2022 article: Does body mass define Soldier's ​​fitness level​?External Link​ 
  • Servicewomen get healthcare answers on a mobile app. See the Deployment Readiness Education for Servicewomen (DRES).