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Gender Health Clinic
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is committed to improving the lives of all children and youth in any facet of their health and well-being. That is why we recognize the need for a health clinic devoted to children and youth who may have concerns of any kind relating to gender identity. We are dedicated to providing care, education and support to patients and their families, while being sensitive to different experiences and circumstances.
The Gender Health Clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic focused on children and youth seeking assistance with gender identity development and transition concerns. Our specialists include:
- Pediatric endocrinologist
- Endocrinology nurse practitioner
- Pediatric health psychologist
- Endocrinology nurse
Our skilled staff will meet with patients on an individual basis for comprehensive evaluations, mental health consultations and education. Our services also include puberty-suppressing hormone therapy and gender-affirming hormone therapy. Furthermore, we can provide children and adolescents with connections to appropriate resources and support within the community.
To meet with one of our specialists or to schedule an appointment in the Gender Health Clinic, please call us at (414) 607-5280 or (877) 607-5280.If you are age 17 or older: we recommend you schedule an appointment with an adult transgender care provider. Milwaukee area providers are Bradley Javorsky, MD and Jenna Sarvaideo, DO in Endocrinology and Jessica Francis, MD and Raj Narayan, MD in OB-GYN, all located at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin. Call (414) 805-3666 for appointment. Linda Wesp, APNP provides care at Greater Milwaukee Center for Health and Wellness. The telephone number there is (414) 269-8282. These providers will see patients aged 17 or older but caution that it is the patient’s responsibility to assure insurance coverage at those facilities.