Denver Health is a welcoming health system for trans* persons to find an affirming primary care provider and medical home. They accept most insurance, including Medicaid, Medicare and uninsured persons, and offer an income-based discount program for patients who are not eligible for insurance. There are eight community clinics in the Denver area, and one new clinic that will open in spring 2016 in southwest Denver. They have over 30 primary care providers who are trained to provide cross-sex hormone therapy (CSHT), and meet any other medical needs, including preventive health and specialty care. They use an informed-consent model and do not require a letter or ‘real-life experience’ to initiate CSHT. Three LGBT* patient navigators are employed to schedule new patients directly with affirming providers at the most convenient clinic location. In addition, these Navigators will also work with patients to help them to enroll in health insurance if needed.  Click blue title for more info.  Denver Health has three dedicated Patient Navigators that can help make appointments with welcoming and affirming primary care providers. Call today for an appointment > 303-602-6760 — 303-602-6819 — 303-602-6736

Anna Wegleitner, MD
950 E. Harvard Ave., Suite 660
Denver, CO 80224
P: 303-759-4800

I am not very fond of tablets, so I bought Kamagra Jelly (the pharmacist explained that in that form the medicine absorbs much faster). Jelly tastes much nicer. 50 mg is quite enough. And of course I was happy after I handle these problems with erection, I began to feel completely different.

In addition to meeting the needs of her demanding family practice patients at Porter Primary Care, she has a special interest in the care of transgender individuals including hormone therapy, disease management, and primary care. Dr. Wegleitner is an active member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). She does not require a letter for hormone therapy.

Holly E Vause, DNP, PMHNP-BC
Alder Grove Wellness Group LLC
90 Madison Street, Suite 305
Denver, Colorado 80206
P: 720-331-6899

Karen McIntosh, D.D.M, PC
McIntosh Family Dentistry
495 Uinta Way Suite 200,
Denver, Colorado 80230
P: 303-366-4700

Kristin L. Moreau, MD
Bassow & Moreau Family Medicine
4045 Wadsworth Blvd, Suite 250
Wheat Ridge, Co 80033
P: 303-425-6012

A Transgender friendly practice with quite a few TG patients. You have the ability to see any one of the doctors, however Dr. Kristin Moreau was recommended to us. Offers hormone treatment and requires a letter from a therapist.

Daniel H. Reirden, MD
Gender and Sexual Development Program
Children’s Hospital Colorado
13123 E. 16th Ave. Box 025
Aurora, CO 80045
P: 720-777-6131

Micol S. Rothman, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology
Clinical Director Metabolic Bone Program
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
University of Colorado-Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus
P: 720-848-2642

Stout Street Health Center
2130 Stout Street
Denver CO 80205
P: 303-293-2220

Stout Street Health Center is the place to go for Transgender indigent health care. They provide hormones, testing, and follow WPATH’s guidelines. They also have other services such as counseling, psych care, eye care, and other services. Offers hormone treatment and does not require letters. They are a clinic specific to homeless people, so please check with them to see if you qualify for services.

The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado
1107 South Lemay Ave, Suite 300
Fort Collins, CO 80524
2500 Rocky Mountain Ave
North Medical Office Building, Suite 150
Loveland CO 80538
P: 970-493-7442

Have several doctors who work with transgender patients: Dr. Donnelly, Dr. King, and Dr. Serniak. Dr. Serniak works only with MTF patients. Offers hormone treatment, not sure if they require letters.

Last Updated 6/27/2018