Breadcrumb Home Programs LGBTQ+ Health Initiative Our Team Primary Care LGBTQ+ Health Initiative Primary Care Sub-navigation Sub-navigation Our Team Primary Care Mental/Behavioral Health Specialty Care UCLA Health is dedicated to delivering excellent compassionate, inclusive and equitable care to support all of our patients, including our diverse LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning) community. While all UCLA team members care for all patients equitably, providers who have a particular interest and expertise in various aspects of care for the LGBTQ community have been designated with our "Rainbow U" LGBTQ Champion designation. These providers have also committed to pursuing ongoing education in caring for the LGBTQ population. Below is a directory of UCLA Health primary care providers who regularly care for LGBTQ patients and have knowledge in LGBTQ health.* Nupur Agrawal, MD, MPH Pediatrics| Internal Medicine Dr. Nupur Agrawal is a Clinical Instructor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UCLA and practices primary care at the UCLA Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Clinic in Santa Monica, California where she provides personalized, compassionate, and comprehensive care to patients of all ages. Erin Baroni, MD Pediatrics| Internal Medicine Erin Baroni has long been engaged in equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts. While in internal medicine-pediatrics residency at Brown University, she started an LGBTQ+ group to build a community for residents and faculty. This created avenues for mentorship, research, and networking within the Warren Alpert Brown Medical School system. She was awarded an American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) CATCH grant to work with local LGBTQ+ youth and improve their engagement in healthcare. Emery H. Chang, MD Internal Medicine Dr. Emery H. Chang is an Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics who has had a long interest in HIV Primary care, the care of the LGBTQ community and the education of medical students and residents. At the University of Minnesota Medical School he participated in clinical electives focused on Sexuality & HIV care. Further, he was a committee member of the Medical School's Committee on Cultural Competency focused on curricular reform. Daniela Delgado, MD Family Medicine Dr. Daniela Delgado is a primary care physician who practices in Beverly Hills and Westwood, in the Iris Cantor Women's Health Center. She specializes in the care of patients who identify as lesbian, bisexual, and queer, as well as in transgender hormone management. Her other clinical interests include adolescent health, PrEP/PEP, gynecological care and providing primary care for patients with HIV. She is board certified in family medicine and sees both pediatric and adult patients. Allison L. Diamant, MD, MSHS Internal Medicine Dr. Allison Diamant is a trained Internal Medicine physician, educator and health services researcher. She has a particular clinical interest in caring for adult LGBTQ individuals, including the provision of preventive care as well as evaluation and treatment for acute and chronic medical conditions. She developed the modules for 1st year medical students around taking a sexual history and an overview of LGBTQ health issues. Russell A. Johnson, MD Pediatrics| Internal Medicine Dr. Russell A. Johnson is a Clinical Instructor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UCLA. He joined the UCLA faculty in 2018 and splits his time between the Santa Monica Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center, the UCLA CARE Clinic, UCLA Health for Bruins, and the Venice Family Clinic. Bernard J. Katz, MD Family Medicine Dr. Bernard J. Katz is an Assistant Professor in Family Medicine who has an interest in and provides care to LGBTQ patients and allies. In practice in Pacific Palisades for over 25 years, he provides primary care services, PEP/PrEP services, and STI treatment and prevention. Dr. Katz has been actively involved in the development of gender sensitive terminology and tools for use with the electronic health record at UCLA. Dr. Katz also has an interest in geriatric medicine. Gifty-Maria J. Ntim, MD, MPH Pediatrics| Internal Medicine Dr. Gifty-Maria Ntim is Assistant Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UCLA and practices in Santa Clarita. Prior to joining UCLA, she worked as medical director of APLA Health & Wellness (APLA HW) from 2014 to 2016. APLA HW is the medical services branch of AIDS Project Los Angeles. Janet P. Pregler, MD Internal Medicine Dr. Janet Pregler is board certified in Internal Medicine. She practices at the Iris Cantor-UCLA Women's Health Center, which she has directed since 1997. She has provided primary care for LGBTQ patients for 30 years. Daniel H. Puneky, MD Internal Medicine Dr. Daniel Puneky is a Clinical Instructor in the UCLA Department of Medicine, and an adult primary care physician in Beverly Hills. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and certified as an HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. His clinical interests include care of members of the LGBTQ community, HIV primary care and prevention including PrEP and PEP, as well as preventative medicine. Noah J. Ravenborg, MD Internal Medicine Dr. Noah Ravenborg is passionate about patient-centered care and strives to integrate the values and priorities of patients with high-quality, evidenced-based medical care. Dr. Ravenborg grew up in the LA area and obtained his MD from George Washington University in Washington, DC. He then completed Internal Medicine residency at UCLA. Outside of medicine, he enjoys cooking, gardening, and running. Amy K. Weimer, MD Pediatrics| Internal Medicine Dr. Amy Weimer is Associate Professor of Medicine – Pediatrics at UCLA. She completed her dual residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in 2003. She served as chief resident in internal medicine, then spent several years practicing general primary care before joining UCLA faculty in 2013. She became deeply interested in health care for transgender and gender-diverse patients during this time, and founded the UCLA Gender Health Program in 2016. Stacey E. Weinstein, MD Pediatrics| Internal Medicine Dr. Stacey Weinstein is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UCLA. She did her undergraduate and medical school training at Brown University, and then completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UCLA in 2014. George C. Yen, MD Internal Medicine Dr. George Yen is an Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine and an AAHIVM HIV Specialist. His interest is in HIV primary care and care for the LGBT community. He completed his internship and residency at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. During residency, he completed an international elective rotation at National Taiwan University focusing on HIV treatment for adults. *This list is not comprehensive and continues to grow. If you are a provider at UCLA Health and would like to be listed, please fill out this request form.