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NOTICE: We are unable to accept brand-new patients for hormone care at this present time due to limitations in staffing and appointment availability. 

The only exceptions to this are transfer patients (ex: someone who started an HRT prescription elsewhere and needs a new provider). 

If you already have an appointment scheduled, this does not apply and all existing appointments are valid.

If you are a brand-new patient looking to begin your transition, please check back with us over the summer.

We apologize for not being able to see you currently and will be glad to offer outside referrals upon request. If you would like a referral, please email [email protected].

The Virginia League for Planned Parenthood is proud to offer affirming primary care, sexual and reproductive health care to patients throughout Central and Eastern Virginia through a model of informed consent. 

What is Informed Consent?

Informed Consent is a model of care in which patients are able to access hormones during a visit with their provider, where they'll discuss the risks and benefits of care. No visit with a mental health professional is required. 

Gender affirming care at our health centers includes hormone prescriptions and linkage to additional care as needed. 

More resources:

Gender Affirming Care 2023 Welcome Packet

Trans Health Care Services Brochure

Guide for Updating Gender Markers on DMV Licenses & IDs in VA

Guide for Updating Gender Markers on Birth Certificates in VA

Trans Equality Guide to Navigating Healthcare

Virginia Department of Health Transgender Resource and Referral List

Virginia Legal Protections FAQ Guides from Equality Virginia

Hormone Injection Instructional Videos

Please see below for additional community resources.

Your body. Your Care

We provide quality, compassionate care from an informed-consent model for our patients.

We serve people at various places on the spectrum of gender identity and expression and are committed to improving the way people receive health care in our region. 

Hormone therapy may include:

  • Feminizing medications
  • Anti-androgen medications
  • Masculinizing medications

    Care planning includes an examination and treatment planning by a team consisting of an advanced practice clinician and social worker.