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Mayo Clinic seeks to ensure that care provided to patients who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI is consistent with Mayo values of respect, integrity, compassion and healing. Mayo Clinic is committed to inclusivity and health equity for all patient populations the organization serves. Mayo Clinic seeks to be a leader in understanding health disparities so that best practices are implemented to ensure patients' diverse health needs are met.
We can take care of many lifestyle concerns — from exercise and nutrition advice to medication for hair loss and erectile dysfunction — and always with an eye on the big picture of your health. We're proud to offer comprehensive, culturally-competent care to our diverse community of members. Whether you're specifically looking for a lesbian or gay doctor, or a provider who has extensive experience in LGBTQ care, we can address all your health concerns with sensitivity and compassion in a judgment-free environment. While all of our providers are qualified to provide quality, unbiased care, certain providers have special training and experience in managing transgender care.
Doctors, clinics, psychologists and others who have come experience dealing with transgender clients or patients. As with all professionals, it is important that you select a provider whose experience and approach is relevant to your own needs. Listing in this directory is not intended as an endorsement of the clinician, but rather as a starting point for you in your own search for a professional who is appropriate to you.
People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender have a variety of health needs. Find networks, services, and health clinics by state available to address those needs. Links to non-Federal organizations found at this site are provided solely as a service to our users.
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Here you will find resources including primary care, mental health services, youth groups, shelters, support groups, STI testing, and much more. They offer several support groups and mental health services, an example of one is their unique support group for the Latinx LGBTQ community called Somos Nosotros. They host several testing events throughout the year at various metro area locations including college campuses, health fairs, retail locations and bars while also offering regular on-site testing. They offer services through their PrEP Clinic located at the University of Alabama and have case managers who are licensed social workers to help people living with HIV set personal goals and obtain any assistance they may need.
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