Provider

Angela Carter, ND

Equi Instiute

  Summary

Categories:   Acupuncture / Acupressure, Adolescent Medicine, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Birth Control, Chiropractic, Community Education & Trainings, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Endocrinology, Family Medicine, Feminizing Hormones, HIV / STI Services, HIV / STI Testing, Lab Work, Masculinizing Hormones, Naturopath, Nutrition, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pain Management, Pediatrics, PrEP & PEP, Primary Care, Puberty Blockers, Reproductive Health
  • Informed Consent / ICATH Provider   Yes

  • ADA/Wheelchair Accessible   Yes

Description

The Equi Institute's mission is to empower and improve the health of the LGBTQI2S communities of the Pacific Northwest. The Equi Institute provides affordable, excellent, culturally specific, patient empowering health care that fits the needs of the individual rather than trying to make people fit a cookie-cutter model.

We have a wonderful partnership with the Portland Q Center and are so glad to be launching another year of trans and queer health care in the Pacific Northwest.

Dr Carter (they pronouns) is a naturopathic primary care provider with an emphasis on holistic care and serving the trans community.

  Populations Served

Adults, American Indian, Asexual, Asian & Pacific Islanders, Black ...

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  Ratings Calculated every 10 minutes

Overall

2 reviews over 02/09/2017 to 11/18/2019

Provider:
5.0
Intake:
5.0
Staff:
3.5

  Reviews

Review: CMR on 11/18/2019
Provider:
5
Intake:
5
Staff:
2

Dr. Carter is AMAZING. They’re the most caring, thoughtful, humanizing medical provider I’ve ever had. Sadly, they are not currently practicing (as of October 2019.) It’s unclear if this is permanent.

Unfortunately, I have also experienced a lot of administrative & practice management issues with Equi Institute. Like many trans-run orgs, they are under-resourced and overloaded, resulting in lots of cancelled appointments, difficulty getting timely prescription refills, delays getting test results, etc. I want to love this clinic, but now that Dr. Carter is gone, I’m looking into options for getting care elsewhere.

Review: chazvitale on 02/09/2017
Provider:
5
Intake:
5
Staff:
5

It was so comforting to get care in a place where the providers *are* the community


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