Mary Landry, MD, spoke with the UW-Madison Student Alliance for Reproductive Justice in March about efforts at University Health Services to increase reproductive health care access for students who visit UHS.
“UHS Women’s Health Clinic Director discusses efforts for increased access to reproductive healthcare,” from the Daily Cardinal, recaps the growth to the UHS Women’s Health Clinic in the last five years since Landry became director. Some of the changes include single-visit IUD insertions, and telehealth counseling for contraceptive prescriptions:
“The Women’s Health Clinic has also increased the accessibility of other forms of birth control through the implementation of ‘telehealth’ contraception, which allows patients to input health data electronically and then consult care providers by phone call to set up a prescription. ‘Telehealth’ has increased the clinic’s capacity and has received a flood of positive reviews from patients, according to Landry.”
Read the whole article to learn more about how Landry’s influence has improved reproductive healthcare on campus.