Our mission is to provide accessible, individualized, and comprehensive gender-affirming care for the communities we serve while also advancing education, research, and advocacy efforts across New England and beyond.
Non-Surgical GenderCare Services
Surgical GenderCare Services
Gender Affirming Healthcare Map of New England
CATCH - Child and Adolescent Transgender Center for Health
Ways to Support
Private donations are essential in maintaining the level of care that our patients require and deserve. All donations are helpful in supporting project infrastructure of the GenderCare Center along with helping us develop and distribute best practice guidance for patients everywhere. Whether you are a patient, a parent, another relative, a thoughtful neighbor, a corporation, or a community organization, your contribution will greatly help BMC to continue its life-altering work.
Under “Gift Designation”, select “Direct my gift to”, choose “Other” from the dropdown box, and then write in the Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery in the blank box below.
Please visit the BUMC Transgender Medicine Research Group website for information regarding ongoing clinical research on medical topics regarding transgender-identified individuals.
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