Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health
The Center for Transgender Health reflects on hitting a momentous benchmark: 2,500 patients have received gender affirming care since the center opened in 2017.
At the Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender Health, we’re passionate about supporting people who are transgender as they develop their voices. Learn more about gender affirming voice therapy.
On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we not only remember and honor the people we have lost, but we also stand in solidarity with our transgender and gender-diverse family around the world.
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In a Q&A, Johns Hopkins nurse practitioner Jill Crank discusses how the new coronavirus is changing care for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. “Even before this pandemic, their ability to access safe, affirming care was difficult,” she says.
Welcome to the Center for Transgender Health’s new blog, Affirm. When we first opened our doors three years ago, we never imagined how many wonderful people we would have the opportunity to meet in so short a time.