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Gender-Affirming Care

Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida is proud to provide a safe and welcoming environment to get gender-affirming care. We believe you deserve high-quality, compassionate health care — no matter your gender identity. We offer hormone therapy and other gender-affirming care for adult transgender and nonbinary patients.  

Services include: 

  • Estrogen and anti-androgen hormone therapy 

  • Testosterone hormone therapy 

  • Surgery referrals 

  • Transition support (social, legal) 

  • Support groups for transgender and nonbinary patients and their loved ones, and a NEW Queer Identifying Men’s group 

Now Scheduling New Patients 

After a temporary pause on scheduling new patients caused by changes in state law, we are now offering care to new patients seeking gender-affirming hormone therapy.  

Help is Here

Did you know we offer individual therapy and support groups for our transgender and nonbinary patients and their loved ones? To learn more, click here or call 561-472-9991.

We understand you may have questions about how Florida’s restrictions on gender-affirming care impact your appointment. Please review the FAQ.   

Can I receive gender-affirming care via telehealth?

Yes, telehealth is available for follow-up visits for gender-affirming care. You must first have an in-person visit with a physician to sign the state-required consent form. Any visit after the first in-person visit can be done via telehealth.

Can I get in-person care at any of your health centers?

The first visit for gender-affirming care will have to be in person with a physician. We offer in-person gender-affirming care at our Gainesville, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Treasure Coast, Florida Mango (West Palm Beach), Golden Glades (Miami), and Kendall health centers. Patients will be required to sign a consent form issued by the Board of Medicine. Any visit after that can be done via telehealth or in-person with either a physician or nurse practitioner.

Do I still have to sign the state-issued consent form to receive care? 

Any new patients will have to sign the state-issued consent form. If you are an existing patient and have already signed the form in a previous in-person visit, you do not have to sign it again.

NOTE: A federal judge has ruled the current state-required consent forms issued by the Board of Medicine are unconstitutional. We are still required to have patients sign the current Board of Medicine-issued consent form until the board issues a new form.

To view the new state required gender-affirming hormone therapy consent forms for adults click here:


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