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The Transgender Program is a multidisciplinary team at Brigham and Women’s Hospital made up of experts in the field of gender-affirming care. We offer endocrine, surgical, and behavioral health services to adult patients in accordance with the Standards of Care published by WPATH and the guidelines published by the Endocrine Society.
Welcome to the Transgender Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where we aim to provide compassionate, sensitive, and affirming care to gender-diverse patients in our community. Our goals are threefold:
The Transgender Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital strives to produce the highest-quality clinical care, research, and education in service of our transgender and non-binary patients. Welcome to our community, and we look forward to caring for you.
Anna L. Goldman, MD
Ole-Petter R. Hamnvik, MB BCh BAO
Shalender Bhasin, MD
Co-Directors, Transgender Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
The Transgender Program also offers referrals to providers at Brigham Health for the following services:
Our specialists are available to teach medical professionals and members of the public on a variety of topics related to gender-affirming care, and have experience speaking to small groups and to large national and international meetings. If interested in inviting a team member to speak, please contact Preeti Sharma, Education Coordinator in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hypertension.
Our team is heavily involved in researching and publishing on topics that relate to transgender health and gender-affirming care. Patients may be offered participation in research studies; this is voluntary and declining participation does not affect the clinical care in any way. Some recent publications from our team members include:
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