Each June, we recognize national Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month to commemorate the struggles of LGBTQ people and their courageous activism that spans from the 1950s through the 1969 Stonewall Uprising and continues in a fight for equal rights today. This year's Pride Month gets underway during an extraordinary moment when the attention of our nation is once more focused on the pernicious racial injustice that has stained our nation’s history. We pause to honor black trans leaders like Marsha P. Johnson and other trans women of color who bravely fought back against police violence and oppression. The UCLA Gender Health Program is committed to promoting compassion, inclusiveness, and equality especially around healthcare. We stand in solidarity with all who seek to end all forms of oppression.
UCLA Health is a leader in providing equitable and inclusive health care to LGBTQ patients and families, according to an analysis from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. UCLA Newsroom >
The UCLA Gender Health Program offers:
The doctors and staff of the UCLA Gender Health Program team would like to reassure our patient communities that WE ARE AND ALWAYS WILL BE committed to providing and promoting compassionate, inclusive and equitable care throughout our health system. We hold to these core values and practices, despite the ever-changing winds of public discourse. Our commitment to lesbian, gay, trans, and gender-diverse patients is unwavering.
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We understand you might have growing concerns about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and its impacts on your care.
Giving to the UCLA Gender Health Program
The UCLA Gender Health Program counts on your generous support to help sustain our commitment to provide outstanding and accessible healthcare for people who are transgender or gender diverse that is sensitive to everyone’s individual needs. Giving >