Your home for LGBTQ* specialized care and education
What is Transform Health?
- Transform Health is a group of dedicated providers offering high-quality care for LGBTQ* patients.
- We are training healthcare students, psychology practicum students and interns, and family medicine residents in LGBTQ* health.
- We are leading and assisting with research that will help us learn more about LGBTQ* health.
- We are connecting with and learning from communities in the Bluegrass and beyond.
Your LGBTQ* Clinic
- Transform Health is a partnership of UK HealthCare providers who have the shared goal of meeting many of the unique medical needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals in Kentucky.
- Our clinic is a place for you to feel safe and receive evidence-based care that takes into account all of who you are.
What do we offer?
- Our services include primary care, PrEP (for HIV prevention), hormone therapy for older teens and adults, counseling, and preventive care. These services are offered to all community members at our central clinic, the Family Medicine Transform Health Clinic at UK HealthCare-Turfland, and to UK students at the University Health Service (UHS) on campus.
- Our Turfland and UHS clinics serve as entry points to address your healthcare needs. Through these two clinics, Transform providers can offer referrals to plastic surgery, urology, gynecology and community mental health providers as needed.
Our surgical partners
- Plastic surgery: Kant Lin, James Liau
- Urology: Shubham Gupta, Alison Rasper
- Gynecology: Frederick Zachman, Mark Hoffman
- ENT (Facial Surgery): Nikita Gupta
Vision & mission
The Transform Health initiative seeks to improve the health of the LGBTQ* community in Kentucky and serve as the state’s leading resource for education and research on LGBTQ* health
Transform Health is an interprofessional healthcare home for LGBTQ* patients of all ages to receive evidence-based, high-quality care in a safe place. Transform Health provides clinical care and is the central resource to train students, faculty and staff in LGBTQ* care, to contribute to the body of knowledge through ethical research, and to provide outreach and resources throughout the state.