Provider

Howard Grossman, MD

Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County

  Summary

Categories:   Feminizing Hormones, HIV / STI Services, Internal Medicine, Masculinizing Hormones, Primary Care, Reproductive Health
  • Informed Consent / ICATH Provider   Yes

  • WPATH Standards of Care   Yes

Description

Howard Grossman is pleased to be joining the Cleveland Clinic in Florida. He is a board-certified internist, who had a private practice in Manhattan from 1988 to 2005, which he reestablished from 2009-2016. In 2013 he opened the only primary care private practice dedicated to LGBT health and HIV care in the state of New Jersey. He is a general internist, but is most widely known as a specialist in HIV medicine and LGBT Health. Dr. Grossman was a Senior Attending in the Department of Medicine at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital. He was also Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at NYU-Langone Medical Center and an Attending Physician at Overlook Hospital and Morristown Medical Center, part of the Atlantic Health System.

  Populations Served

Bisexual, FTMs / Trans Men, Gay, HIV+, Lesbian, MTFs / Trans ...

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Overall

1 review on 10/24/2016

Provider:
1.0
Intake:
3.0
Staff:
4.0

  Reviews

Review: Wil on 10/24/2016
Provider:
1
Intake:
3
Staff:
4

Dr. Grossman actually does informed consent, and not WPATH. That said, while I believe he means well the disorganization of his office made getting care difficult, and I had a horrible experience with Dr. Grossman himself.

Also he does not know how to test hormone levels properly, and because of this I was on an extremely low dose for a whole year. When I shared concerns that I wasn't seeing much change he was very patronizing and dismissive.

I had appointments cancelled on me, and I even went in once to find out that my appointment had never been scheduled after speaking to reception. The office seldom returns phone calls.

After becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of care I was getting I complained about this to him, and he insulted me and told me that I need a psychiatrist.


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