Transgender Health Clinic
The Transgender Health Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s provides an accepting atmosphere and services for patients 5-24 years old for:
Common adolescent health issues, including mood problems and period problems
Referrals for therapy, psychiatry, psychology, pediatric endocrinology, pediatric gynecology, nutrition and other services as needed
Collaboration with schools
Patient and family support
Consultation with the Ethics Committee, if needed
Referral for legal services
Referral for voice and communication training
Our social worker, Sarah Painer, is available to help support and provide resources for our patients and their unique needs.
Information for Health Care Professionals
The Transgender Health Clinic welcomes referrals from physicians. Both families and physicians can call 513-636-4681, then follow the prompts (option 1, option 1) and ask to make a transgender clinic appointment. Patients are seen at the Burnet Campus, Liberty Campus and at Children’s Outpatient Northern Kentucky.
they were very respectful of my identity, however the endocrinologist I was seeing refused to listen to any of the complications I was having, ultimately leading to me having made no progress in 3 years of seeing her.
Also takes extremely long to get another appointment sometimes, sometimes as long as 6 months.
Would only go here if you have no other options, also alot of gatekeeping stuff, extremely strict standards for starting transition, way too long for ramping up doses, etc.