Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery
In 2016 BMC established the Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery. With the unified structure, patients have a single point of contact for their care needs. We are the first center in New England to provide such a comprehensive program and we are a national leader in delivery of gender affirming care.
The U.S. Trans Survey is the largest survey of trans people, by trans people, in the United States. The USTS documents the lives and experiences of trans and nonbinary people ages 16+ in the U.S. and U.S. territories.
USTS reports have been a vital resource, including the reports on the experiences of people of color and reports by state. In 2015, nearly 28,000 people took the USTS. A lot has happened since then – and it’s time to conduct the USTS again in 2022.
Help USTS continue to be the largest, most diverse sample across all identities. Please spread the word to ensure that people of color, older people, those who live in rural areas, immigrants, Spanish speakers, those who are HIV+, and others hear about the survey. More than ever, it's important to ensure that trans voices will shape the future.
Servicios de atención primaria Servicios de salud del comportamiento Servicios de endocrinología Servicios de enfermedades infecciosas Servicios de terapia de la voz
Información sobre cirugías de afirmación de género.
LGBTQ Health, Medical Education, Transgender Health, Cardiovascular Health
Gender care, Reproductive health
The integration of medical and behavioral health care for the transgender community
The Center's Director
|Micha Martin, LCSW
Behavioral Health Lead
|Pam Klein, RN, MSN, ACRN
|Carl Streed, MD, MPH, FACP
Recursos del Paciente
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 Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery 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.
Resumen de la Investigación
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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