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LGBTQ+ Health Services

At UMass Memorial Health, we believe in providing a diverse range of LGBTQIA+ health care services to meet the unique needs of both adult and pediatric patients. Our team includes experienced medical providers who specialize in caring for your personal needs.

We understand that navigating the health care system can be a journey, and your well-being is our utmost concern. To ensure a positive and supportive health care experience, we are committed to:

  • Respecting your identity: We invite you to share with us how you identify, including details about your gender identity, sexual orientation, and your preferred language for health care communication. This enables us to provide care that respects your individual needs.
  • Connecting you with compassionate care: We can help you connect with providers who offer inclusive care, encompassing primary care, mental health support, and gender-affirming services tailored specifically for LGBTQIA+ patients.

Our primary care and specialty providers possess the skills to provide preventive and ongoing health care for LGBTQIA+ individuals. This includes specialty services like

  • Hormone therapy
  • Surgical procedures, such as hysterectomy, orchiectomy, top surgery, facial plastic surgery 
  • Urologic care
  • Voice therapy
  • Family planning/building services, including in vitro fertilization (IVF) and behavioral health support

Looking for LGBTQIA+ Care?

If you're seeking LGBTQIA+ care, we're here to assist you in living your healthiest life. 

  • Call 855-UMASS-MD (855-862-7763) to connect with a knowledgeable provider. 
  • Use Find a Doctor to search for providers who welcome and have experience working with LGBTQIA+ patients. We continually update our list with more providers who share our commitment to inclusive care.


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We regularly update our website with new information.

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