Yale Clinics & Programs
Yale has a number of clinics and programs that provide clinical care to members of the LGTBQI community. As our program expands, we will add more to this page.
This list does not represent all the clinical faculty and staff within the Yale system who are welcoming and affirming nor does it necessarily mean the faculty and staff in these clinics and programs have a particular expertise in providing clinical care to LGBTQI individuals.
For over a decade the Yale Fertility Center has specifically identified the LGBTQ population as one they have proudly supported. They specify the unique care needs of lesbians, gay men, and transgender individuals seeking reproductive services.
Haelen Infectious Disease Center
Nathan Smith Clinic
Associate Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases); Project Director, Connecticut AIDS Education & Training Center; Director, Yale Infectious Disease Ambulatory Services, Infectious Diseases; Medical Director Nathan Smith Clinic, Infectious Diseases; Program Director, HIV Primary Care Training Track, Internal MedicineEducationMD, Lebanese University, 1994
Pediatric Gender Program
The Yale Pediatric Gender Program provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary care for youth who are questioning their assigned gender and/or seeking gender-affirming consultation and care. Our multidisciplinary team includes pediatric endocrinologists, a psychologist, psychiatrists, a medical ethicist, and a lawyer. We work closely together, and also consult with a wide array of specialists. Together, we are committed to providing care in compassionate and respectful ways.