We honor LGBTQ leaders and change makers past and present this October. Celebrating LGBTQ history month and wishing you a Happy Coming Out Day on the 11th.

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COVID-19 FAQs and transgender health during COVID-19

COVID-19 FAQs and transgender health during COVID-19 (pdf)

We are committed to

  • Providing personalized, multidisciplinary care that addresses each individual’s unique needs, and ensuring that care is confidential
  • Promoting an accepting and respectful environment, including using preferred names and pronouns
  • Providing a caring, compassionate staff that have specific training regarding gender topics

Our Services

  • Administering gender-affirming hormones that make a person’s physical body match their gender identity
  • Therapy provided with an “informed consent” model that does not require support letters from therapists
  • Interdisciplinary group that includes breast and plastic surgeons, urological surgery, speech therapy, reproductive health, dermatology, trans-affirmative gynecologic care and mental health
  • Referral to surgeons with expertise in gender-affirming surgery
  • Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and comprehensive HIV and screening for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Pelvic care for transmen provided within the transgender clinic

Requesting an Appointment

To make an appointment call 314-362-3500, Option 1.

Location

The Washington University Transgender Center accepts self-referrals or referrals from physicians and mental health providers. The main clinic is located in the Center for Advanced Medicine, Suite 5C and there is a satellite location in south county.

Center for Advanced Medicine

4921 Parkview Place, Suite 5C
St. Louis MO 63110

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Center for Advanced Medicine — South County

5201 Midamerica Place
St. Louis, MO 63129

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COVID-19 FAQs and transgender health during COVID-19

COVID-19 FAQs and transgender health during COVID-19 (pdf)