This June, we celebrate Pride month, remembering Stonewall and honoring the legacy of trans women of color and others leading the movement for LGBTQIA+ rights. We recognize there is still much progress to be made and stand in solidarity with you in the pursuit of justice and health equity. We are humbled to be part of your journey and remain committed to providing sensitive, gender affirming care. Happy Pride!
COVID-19 FAQs and transgender health during COVID-19
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
- 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.
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
Center for Advanced Medicine — South County
5201 Midamerica Place
St. Louis, MO 63129