Eric Klett, MD
Informed Consent / ICATH Provider Yes
Dr. Klett practices General Endocrinology with clinical interests in thyroid disease, lipid disorders and transgender medicine. He is interested in teaching Endocrinology and serves as the Associate Endocrinology Fellowship Director. A referral is needed to see him.
University of North Carolina Hospital
Dr. Klett is pretty good. He sees a lot of trans people. He uses preferred names and pronouns.
He is the most experienced doctor at UNC. He trains the other providers, but sometimes that training doesn't trickle down well.
Dr. Klett only works on Mondays, and sometimes it takes about 3 months to get an appointment. Sometimes asks about my period, and that can be triggering for many trans men. If you go to UNC Endocrinology, GO SEE DR. KLETT.
The UNC system is ok for trans folx, but they could use improvement.
I couldn't use my preferred name or gender marker unless I change them legally (Dr. Klett will use them, but they may or may not show up as note in the system)