Denver Health LGBT Center of Excellence
Denver Health has been recognized as a leader in LGBT health care by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation for five consecutive years, and with its national recognition and commitment to LGBT health care, Denver Health is proud of being an “LGBT Center of Excellence.” Denver Health is open, affirming and provides excellent care for ALL people. At Denver Health, the LGBT friendly doctors and staff are dedicated to providing high quality and welcoming healthcare for all, which means a team of medical providers, including physicians and nurses, is there to care for LGBT patients through family and internal medicine, mental health and pediatric services.
Denver Health’s LGBT Center of Excellence offers open and affirming health care to transgender and gender non-conforming populations. They have trained medical doctors at nine family health centers and main campus who provide the medical assistance, including patient navigation, assistance in updating gender identification on your credentials, behavioral health and general primary care. We also offer gender reassignment surgery (confirmation surgery) options.
Our patient navigators are dedicated to ensuring that our lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients are supported through their health care journey. All LGBT patients will be connected with welcoming and affirming medical providers for all of their health care needs. If you would like additional support, patient navigators are available to attend medical appointments with you and will continue to be your advocates as you become familiar with our healthcare system.
(303) 602-6760 or (303) 602-6819. / LGBTadmin@dhha.org.
Anna Wegleitner, MD
950 E. Harvard Ave. #660, Denver
She does not require a letter for hormone therapy.
Kristin L. Moreau, MD
Bassow and Moreau Family Medicine
4045 Wadsworth Blvd., #250, Wheat Ridge
A transgender friendly practice with quite a few TG patients. You have the ability to see any one of the doctors, however Dr. Kristin Moreau was recommended to us. Offers hormone treatment and requires a letter from a therapist.
Daniel H. Reirden, MD
TRUE Center for Gender Diversity, Children’s Hospital Colorado
13123 E. 16th Ave. Aurora
Micol S. Rothman, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology
Clinical Director Metabolic Bone Program, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
University of Colorado, Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus
(720) 848-2642 / Micol.Rothman@ucdenver.edu
Stout Street Health Center
2130 Stout St., Denver
(303) 293-2220Stout Street Health Center is a place to go for transgender indigent healthcare. They provide hormones, testing, and follow WPATH’s guidelines. They also have other services such as counseling, psych care and eye care. They offer hormone treatment and does not require letters. They are a clinic specific to homeless people, so please check with them to see if you qualify for services.
The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado
1107 S. Lemay Ave. #300, Fort Collins
2500 Rocky Mountain Ave., North Medical Office Building, #150, Loveland