We provide extraordinary whole-person care for transgender and gender diverse individuals
Our mission is providing integrated, collaborative clinical care, to advance research, to educate others, and to engage with the community
We are one of the only adult programs in the country where patients can see multiple providers as part of the same visit in the same clinic. This makes it easier for the patient and allows providers to communicate plans in real time for optimal coordination of care. We also provide care in a gender neutral space to ensure patient comfort.
|UCHealth Integrated Transgender Program|
|Micol Rothman, MD *||Christodoulos Kaoutzanis, MD|
|Sean Iwamoto, MD *||Julian Winocour, MD|
|Daniel Hammond, PA-C||David Mathes, MD|
|Tyler Strickland, MPAS, MPH||Justin Cohen, MD|
|Ashley Jacob, PA-C|
|Primary Care/General Internal Medicine||Mental Health|
|Rita Lee, MD *||Robert Davies, MD *|
|Kristin Conners, MD||Debbie Carter, MD *|
|Christina New, PhD|
|Gynecologic Care & Surgery||Urologic Surgery|
|Veronica Alaniz, MD, MPH *||Ty Higuchi, MD|
|Jill Liss, MD||Paul Maroni, MD|
|ENT/Speech||Pediatric Endocrinology at TRUE Center for Gender Diversity|
|Andrew Winkler, MD||Daniel Reirden, MD|
|Matthew Clary, MD||Natalie Nokoff, MD|
|Marie Jette, PhD||Sarah Bergamy, PsyD *|
|Katherine Frasca, MD *||Carla Torres-Zegarra, MD|
|Stephanie Burke||Hope von Gunten, BA, RN|
|Keily Fisher (Program Coordinator) *|
I've been struck over the past few years by how far some of my transgender patients need to travel to see me for gender-affirming care. My interest in being involved in our transgender ECHO program is rooted in the hope that with a little bit of education, over an extended period of time, more and more clinicians will be locally available for transgender individuals so that they don't have to be inconvenienced in seeking out what I believe should be routine and standard care.
It is important to develop studies that represent the transgender and gender diverse populations we see in Colorado. Our results will help inform future research, contribute to improvements in gender-affirming care, and improve confidence that shared decision making between patients and providers is more evidence-based.
The Community Advisory Board solicits valuable insights from the community to guide program growth and direction. Direct feedback from the LGBTQ community ensures our program and services are aligned with community needs. Post-visit feedback assists in process optimization, organizational improvement, and visibility where change is needed.
Keily FisherUCH ITP Program Coordinator