OHSU’s experts in gender-diverse health care are committed to giving you the best care possible. You’ll find:
Comprehensive care: Our highly trained doctors, nurse practitioners and other specialists work together. You will get complete care for your overall health as well as any transition goals.
Affirming, inclusive care: Our providers are part of an OHSU culture dedicated to diversity and inclusion. They will discuss your goals and concerns with you at every step. You will also find a welcoming and gender-affirming environment across our campuses and clinics.
Innovative techniques: Our providers, through research, are continually developing ways to improve care and outcomes.
Leaders in transgender care: Our doctors train other medical providers nationally and internationally in transgender and gender-nonconforming care. The Transgender Health Program trains Northwest health care providers in hormone therapy and gender-affirming care.
Transgender Health Program
Intake and referral specialist
Doernbecher Gender Clinic director
The following providers offer care to transgender and gender-nonconforming patients. The Transgender Health Program adds to this list as the number of providers grows.
At OHSU, all providers offer gender-affirming care in safe, welcoming environments. Please tell providers outside the Transgender Health Program that you are seeking transgender-related or gender-diverse care when you call. Contact us if you have any problems accessing a clinic or provider.
Pediatric care (children and teens)
- Danielle Moyer, Ph.D.
Primary care and hormone therapy
Endocrinology and hormone therapy
Erectile implants: Geolani W. Dy, M.D.
Transgender Gynecology Clinic: 503-418-4500
Appointments are made through the OHSU Center for Women’s Health, but the clinic’s gender-neutral space is not in the center.
Hear from two of our founders
Learn about two Transgender Health Program founders, Dr. Christina Milano and Dr. Daniel Dugi, in their own words. They interviewed each other as part of an oral history project. Topics include why they became doctors, how they got involved in caring for the gender-diverse community, and the evolution of care.