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Sally Haskell, M.D, MS
Sally Haskell, M.D, MS
Yale School of Medicine
VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven, CT

Research Interests: Cardiology, Equity, Healthcare Organization, Musculoskeletal, Women Health

Dr. Sally Haskell is the Deputy Chief Consultant for Clinical Operations and Director of Comprehensive Women’s Health in Women’s Health Services, VA Central Office. In this role she directs policy and implementation for Comprehensive Women’s Health nationally. She is also a general internist, clinician educator, and women’s health researcher at VA Connecticut and Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. Since 2007 Dr. Haskell has been a co-principal investigator on the HSR&D funded Women Veteran’s Cohort Study. Her research interests include gender differences in post-deployment health, chronic pain in women Veterans, gender disparities in cardiovascular risk prevention, and menopause and hormone therapy. Dr. Haskell was Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Vermont School of Medicine from 1988-1992, then came to Yale University and VA CT in 1992. She served as Medical Director of the VA Connecticut Women’s Health Program from 1997-2009, and Medical Director of Women's Health for the VA New England Network (VISN 1) from 2008-2010.


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