Medical Services

This list represents resources, agencies, practitioners, professionals, and organizations that are Trans and LGBTQIA+ welcoming and affirming based upon community recommendations. While each has been recommended or referred by at least two community members, individual experiences may vary. If any mistakes, errors, or omissions have occurred, please reach out via for correction/addition. 
TES assumes no liability for the use of any listed resource. 

Dr. Becky Kaufman Lynn MD
SLUCare Physician Group
224 S. Woodsmill Rd., Ste. 665 South
Chesterfield, MO 63017
O: 314-977-7455
F: 314-388-6233

The Community Wellness Project
HIV testing, prevention, and community medical assistance
906 Olive St #904
St. Louis, MO 63101
O: (314) 421-9600
F: 314-421-9603
East St. Louis, IL Location
4601 State St. #150
East St. Louis, IL 62205
O: 618-874-3688
F: 618-874-0445

Dr. David Yablonsky
Internal Medicine
1181 S State Route 157 Ste 200
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Office: 618-288-8850

Dr. John Daniels, MD
Barnes-Jewish Hospital    
4921 Parkview Pl #13A, 
St Louis, MO 63110    

Dr. Matthew Witthaus, MD
Family Care Health Centers    
401 Holly Hills Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63111    

Dr. Mark Scheperle, MD    
University Club Medical    
1520 S Brentwood Blvd, Brentwood, MO 63144    

Dr. Simeon Prager, MD
Internist/Primary care
SSM St. Mary’s Hospital
1035 Bellevue Ave.
Suite 305
St. Louis, MO 63117
(314) 925-4700

The Spot
Mission: “Youth partnering with community for social justice and health represents the vision for The SPOT. True to this vision, The SPOT welcomes ALL youth (13-24) and responds to their particular needs through a comprehensive model of health and social services.”
4169 Laclede Ave
St. Louis, MO 63118
O: 314-535-0413F: 314-535-0038

City of St. Louis Department of Health
HIV and Prevention and Screening services. PrEP, PEP, HIV awareness. Service link:
City of St. Louis Department of Health
Communicable Disease-Planning Counsel Support
1520 Market Street, Suite 4027
St. Louis, MO 63103
Office Number: 314.657.1401
Fax Number: 314.612.5267
Email Address:

Gender Clinics (St. Louis Metro)

The Washington University Transgender Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital - Offers the only multidisciplinary care available to children and adolescents in the St. Louis region who identify as a gender different from the sex they were assigned at birth. The Center’s physicians, nurses, therapists and support staff are dedicated to providing a safe, supportive and welcoming environment in which transgender people may receive the education, medical assistance and mental-health counseling they need to make decisions that will impact their well-being throughout their lives.
Service commitment:
Providing personalized, multidisciplinary care that addresses each individual’s unique needs, and ensuring that care is confidential
Promoting an accepting and respectful environment, including using preferred (use) names and pronouns
Mental health counseling
Education regarding gender dysphoria and possible treatments
Administering pubertal blockers
Administering cross sex (gender-affirming) hormones
Voice therapy to achieve gender-consistent speech
Counseling to determine individual transitional plan
Referral for parents to community resources and support groups
Referral to surgeons with particular expertise in gender affirmation surgery
Support letters for gender marker and name change and legal referrals
Request an Appointment or Make a Referral:
The Transgender Center accepts self-referrals or referrals from physicians and mental health providers. Patients are seen Tuesday afternoons at the Children’s Specialty Care Center in west St. Louis County at Mason Road and Interstate 64 and Wednesday mornings at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
For appointments at The Transgender Center-call 314-454-5437 or 800-678-5437

Finding Trans and LGBTQIA+ Friendly Care Professionals
RAD Remedy is dedicated to connecting Trans, gender non-conforming, intersex, and queer folks to accurate, safe, respectful, and comprehensive care