TransPages: Doctors (for hormones)

Dickinson County

Dr. Alexis Wolfe, Pediatrician, 1711 S Stephenson Ave # 210, Iron Mountain, MI 49801, (906) 776-5800

Genesee County

Hamilton Community Health Network, Burton Clinic, G-3375 S. Saginaw St., Flint, MI 48529, 810-406-4246

  • Dr. Gary Roome, M.D., Family Practice Physician, (810) 743-6830

Dr. Bedi, DO, Family Practice Physician, 2462 East Hill Road, Grand Blanc, MI 48439-5427, (810) 695-3525

Grand Traverse County

Jill E. Vollbrecht, MD, Endocrinology, Munson Medical Center, 1221 Sixth St., Ste. 208, Traverse City, MI 49684, (231) 935-2045, http://www.munsonhealthcare.org/physician

Houghton County

Aspirus Keeweenaw Clinic, 205 Osceola St, Laurium, MI 49913. 906-337-6560

  • Steven Woodworth MD, Endocrinology, Gynecology.  

  • "Dr. Woodworth is an ICATH Informed Consent Provider so no therapist letter or GP referral is needed. On-site lab capability. The clinic accepts UPHP Medicaid with no prior authorization or referral needed. They also accept credit."

Ingham County

ATM Age Management / All Things Male - Center for Men's Health, 6425 South Pennsylvania, Suite Five, Lansing, MI 48911  http://www.allthingsmale.com/index.html

  • John Crisler, DO PLLC, 517-485-4424

Carefree Medical Clinic, 5135 S Pennsylvania Ave, Lansing, MI 48911, (517) 887-5922

  • Barry E. Saltman, MD

  • "He has quite a number of trans patients and both he and his staff are pretty awesome." -DP

Full Spectrum Family Medicine, 2025 Abbot Rd, Suite 100 , East Lansing, MI 48823, 517-333-3550

fullspectrumfamilymed.com

  • "We are a privately owned primary care practice with a focus on integrative and functional medicine. We have a growing population of transgender patients and pride ourselves on providing high quality, compassionate care."

S. Hope Dundas, MSBS, PA-C, Physician Assistant, hdundas@ingham.org  Forest Community Health Center, 2316 S. Cedar Ave, Lansing, MI 48910, 517-244-8012,

http://hd.ingham.org/DepartmentalDirectory/CommunityHealthCenters/AboutUs/Providers.aspx

MSU Family Medicine Clinic, 804 Service Road, A235, East Lansing, MI 48824, (517) 355-1300

  • Jessica Heselschwerdt, MD. www.healthteam.msu.edu/providers  "I am a family medicine physician practicing in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at MSU. In addition to practicing most aspects of family medicine (other than delivering babies!), one of the services I provide for my patients is hormone therapy for gender transition."

Kermith A. Scarlett, DO, 1808 S Pennsylvania Ave #1, Lansing, MI 48910, (517) 267-1270.

  • "Dr. Scarlett has a number of TG patients and is very supportive, however he is not a hormone specialist. You may want to consult with another doctor first, if you do not already have a hormone plan." --R.

Isabella County

 

Prism Primary Care, 1621 E Broomfield St, Suite C, Mount Pleasant, MI 48858, 989-817-4600

  • Julie M. Stevens, D.O.  Board certified by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians 10 years experience providing gender confirming hormone therapy 20 years of Family Practice experience including LGBT healthcare

Kalamazoo County

Bronson Diabetes and Endocrinology Center, 7901 S 12th St Ste 200, Portage MI 49024, Office: (269) 341-8585, Fax: (269) 341-7518

  • Corey Lager, MD, Endocrinologist

  • "We are delighted to see transgender and gender non-conforming individuals age 18 and up and to prescribe hormones. Our office staff uses preferred name and pronoun. If needed, we can help connect you with other trans friendly providers in the area including expert mental health professionals, primary care providers, gynecology, and surgeons. A letter from a mental health professional in support of your transition is helpful if available but is not required."

Bronson Family Medicine - John St. (A department of Bronson Methodist Hospital), 601 John St., Suite M-020, Kalamazoo, MI 49007, (269) 341-8282

  • Bojan Hrpka, DO, Family Medicine.  www.bronsonhealth.com He does prescribe HRT and is trans-friendly general practitioner

Bronson Internal Medicine Oshtemo, 5629 Stadium Drive, Suite B, Kalamazoo, MI 49009, (269) 544-3270

  • Trans-friendly office, if she isn't taking new patients Dr. Newcastle is also trans friendly. They do not prescribe HRT, generally

Bronson Family Health Center, P.C., 117 W. Paterson St., Kalamazoo, MI 49007, (269) 349-4373

  • Kristi L. VanDerKolk, MD, Family Medicine, www.bronsonhealth.com  Trans friendly doctor with several current trans patients, will prescribe HRT.

Kent County

Cherry Health, 550 Cherry St, Grand Rapids, MI 49504, 616-235-7272, www.cherryhealth.com

Dr. Douglas C Daly, MD (Endocrinologists), 55 Midtowne Street North East Suite 300, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

  • [Currently not taking any new transgender patients]

Mercy Health St. Mary's Hospital, 300 Lafayette SE, Ste 2045, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, (616) 685-3098

  • Dr. Emilie Collins MD, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

  • Cyprian Gardine, MD, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

Spectrum Health MG Diabetes and Endocrinology - Grand Rapids, 221 Michigan St NE, Suite 200, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, 616.267.8950​

  • Nathan Pomeroy, MD, Endocrinology, Diabetes, And Metabolism, 616.267.8950, spectrumhealth.org

  • Karl Nadolsky, DO, Endocrinology, Diabetes, And Metabolism

Macomb County

Farmbrooke Family Medicine, 16800 24 Mile Rd, Macomb Twp, MI 48042, (586) 697-5384

  • Mark Sikorski, DO

Osteopathic Health Care Associates, 44720 Van Dyke Avenue, Utica, MI 48317, 586-221-2791, www.ohcadoc.com

  • Dr. M. Shane Patterson, D.O.

  • "I have been practicing Internal Medicine and OMT since graduating from my residency program at Henry Ford / Bi-county in 2002. I also worked in urgent care and at Martha T. Berry Nursing home (long-term care facility) for 2 years as well as at St. Joseph, St John, and Henry Ford hospitals for 4 years while establishing my outpatient practice. I have been in practice for a total of over 13 years. I have specialized in Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) and do mostly musculoskeletal pain management thru OMT to reduce and permanently eliminate acute and chronic pain due to multiple different forms of injuries and disabilities. I provide thorough and complete medical care and education for all forms of ailments, not solely pain complaints. As a Board Certified Internist and an adherent to the Osteopathic Philosophy, I treat the whole patient, mentally, spiritually and physically. I am here to educate the person, identify the cause of their symptoms and treat them using individualized approaches that suit the person and not just statistics to help improve your life and prevent future problems. I believe in integrating proven medicinal treatments with hands-on manipulation and nutritional therapies to improve a person’s overall health and long-term well being. I have always wanted to be a physician since the earliest days I can recall. I remember having a bicycle and Big Wheel in the garage when I was 6 years old and would wait for the siren from “Emergen"cy 51” TV SHOW to sound so I could go and rescue the person in trouble. I specifically chose Osteopathy because of it’s unique philosophy and ability to treat the whole person and better identify the real cause of problems, not just the symptoms. My grandfather was a D.O. Family Practice doc in a small town (1500 people) in Iowa for his entire life, he died at age 102 and practiced for 51 years. I spent a summer there working with him and his nurse, my grandma, and knew that was the kind of medical care I wanted to deliver. His patients all knew him, he was both their neighbor as well as their doctor. He knew all of them and had delivered a good portion of the towns children. My uncle was a D.O. family practice doc at the University of Wisconsin for his entire career until his untimely death 3 years ago. He practiced mostly pain management in his primary care population and was president of the Hemwell-Hackett Prolotherapy foundation. My father is currently retired from his academic career of teaching OMT, Physiology, and doing extensive research involving mapping the neural system of the spine and brain. He has hundreds of publications and NIH grants to his name. He still actively edits for the Journal of the Osteopathic Association. All these people have significantly affected my career and desire to become a physician in multiple ways. From the simple hometown doc to the academic physician and the academic educational elite, I have been shown all sides of the medical profession and what it means to be a great physician, person, and thinker to properly evaluate and treat the individual patient while taking into account both their needs combined with the most accurate studies available to guide my decisions."

  • Justin Hooks, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, CCEMT-P I/C

  • "Justin is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. He is a graduate of Simmons University, with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science degree in Nursing. He also holds a Bachelor’s of Science in health promotion/disease prevention from Northern Arizona University. Prior to his nursing career, he was a flight paramedic working with the Henry Ford Health system’s air medical helicopter. He officially “retired” from EMS in 2017 and now practices primary care and LGBTQ medicine. He is truly passionate about providing care to all patients across the lifespan and enjoys interacting with patients during their visit to make positive health outcomes. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his 11-year-old American pit bull terrier mix, camping in the summer and watching documentaries. Schedule an appointment with him today. He’d love to take care of you!"

Dr. Ralph Schwartz DO, 31022 Utica Rd, Fraser, MI, 586-771-1070.

  • "An FTM had a very unpleasant experience with this doctor. Dr Schwartz said, "I mean, if you were going the other way, I wouldn't have a problem, but I'm not treating this. Go find someone else." --S. "I have known Dr. Schwartz for about 25 years and I have some friends who go to him on a regular basis. They all like him. These are all MtoF Post and Pre-op." --K.

​Marquette County

Dr. Jordan Sennett, Marquette, MI 49855, (906) 225-3910

Mecosta County

Dr. Bethany Brown, DNP, CNM, WHNP, Sexual Counselor and Educator, Assistant Professor, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI, www:inclusionsexualhealth.org, bethany@inclusionsexualhealth.com

  • "Salley Folley is currently my supervisor as I am almost done with AASECT certification for sexual counsellor and Educator. I have been a nurse midwife/NP taking care of transgender patients (male and female) for 11 years. I live in Muskegon, MI and there are not a lot of resources in this side of the state. I am consulted by the public health dept over often when they have transgender clients and I provide services and further therapy referrals and resources to them."

Monroe County

Endocrine Specialists, PC, 15506 S Telegraph Rd, Monroe, MI 48161, (and additional offices in Toledo, OH and Oregon, OH), http://endomds.com/

  • Dr. M. Moosa, MD, board certified Endocrinologist

Mushegon County

Guiang Herman MD, 1500 E Sherman Blvd, Muskegon, MI 49444, (231) 733-1009

George Overly, MD, 800 E Ellis Rd #225, Norton Shores, MI 49441 (231) 798-9840 ​

Oakland County

Dr. Opada Alzohaili, Endocrinologist, 27207 Lahser, Southfield, MI 48034, (248) 223-1293

Be Well Medical Center, 1964 11 Mile Rd, Berkley, MI 48072, 248-544-9300, www.doctorbewell.com  

  • Paul Benson, DO  "I provide primary medical care, hormone therapy for transgender, laser hair removal, and facial feminization using facial fillers and botox"

Dr. Jacalyn Bishop, 44000 West 12 Mile Road, Suite 103, Novi, MI 48377, (248) 347-3344, http://www.endocrinekids.com/

  • "At first meet, she comes off as a very friendly and open-minded person. She is also very respectful and sensitive to transgender people/issues and actually educates other pediatric doctors on such topics. Dr. Bishop definitely knows what she's doing too. On my second appoint with her I got my first shot of testosterone and I go every 3 months for follow ups. The office staff is also friendly as well and will address you with your preferred name and pronouns." --C

Ferndale Free Clinic,, Ferndale, www.ferncare.org  Provides free health care.

Northville Health Center, 39901 Traditions Drive, Northville, MI 48168, 248-305-4400

  • Molly Bennette Moravek MD, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Reproductive Endocrinology, 248-305-4400, www.uofmhealth.org

Powers Family Medicine, 23700 Orchard Lake Road, Suite E, Farmington Hills, MI 48336, 248-482-6222

http://www.powersfamilymedicine.com

  • Dr. William Powers, D.O. Board Certified Family Medicine

  • "Our practice is different than anything you've seen before. We're LGBT medicine focused, and the practice has a gaming theme. We've got arcade machines in the lobby, and the lobby and exam rooms have roku tvs for you to stream your favorite shows while you wait. I've got over 100 five star reviews from satisfied patients. Also, we have an hypoallergenic office therapy Savannah cat, Phoenix who can't wait for you to pet him!"

Ottawa County

Spectrum Health, Medical Group, 4868-2 Lake Michigan Dr NW, Allendale, MI 49401, 616-391-2800

Saginaw County

Washtenaw County

Kathy Bobay, NP, Community Family Health Center, Ann Arbor, 734-998-6117.

Gary Hammer, 1500 E. Medical Center Drive, 3920 Taubman Center, Box 0354, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0354 Telephone: 734-936-8279, Fax: 734-936-9240

Integrative Healthcare Providers, 2800 S. State St. Suite 215, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, Phone: 734-547-3990, Fax: 734-547-3980

  • Amanda Kaufman MD  Dr. Kaufman is not accepting ANY new patients at this time. "Dr. Kaufman uses the informed consent model and only strictly requires a letter from a mental health provider if the patient is under 18."

Michigan Medicine Reproductive Endo Clinic : Briarwood Building 1, 475 Market Place, Center For Reproductive Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-1649, 734-763-4323

  • John Randolph Jr, MD, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Reproductive Endocrinology, www.uofmhealth.org

Daniel Shumer, MD, MPH. Mott Children’s Hospital, Univeristy of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor. 734-764-5175 (ask to speak to Kari).  

  • "The Gender Management (GEM) Program at Mott Children’s Hospital has been developed to care for transgender and gender non-conforming patients.  This program works hand-in-hand with the University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Gender Services Program (UMHS-CGSP).  Dr. Daniel Shumer is a Pediatric Endocrinologist at GEM who is experienced at working with transgender youth.  He follows the World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH) guidelines to help adolescents with transition, including puberty suppression (blockers) and cross-sex hormones (such as testosterone and estrogen)."

Angela Subauste, 1500 E. Medical Center Drive, 3920 Taubman Center, Box 0354, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0354 Telephone: 734-936-8279, Fax: (734) 936-9240 "She's KICK A**, but new to it all"

University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Gender Services Program (UMHS-CGSP), 2025 Traverwood Drive, Suite A1, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-2197, 734-998-2150, http://www.med.umich.edu/transgender .

Corner Health Center, 47 N. Huron Street, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197, 734.484.3600, www.cornerhealth.org  

  • "We have been providing Trans* care for almost 20 years and prescribe blockers and hormones to individuals in our age range [aged 12 through 25] regardless of ability to pay. We have mental health services on site."

  • Kathryn Bondy Fessler, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Director  "I am the primary physician for those seeking help with medical transition."

Ypsilanti Family Practice Center, Ypsilanti, 734-482-6221

  • Joel Heidelbaug,

Wayne County

Corktown Heath Center, 1726 Howard Street, Detroit, MI 48216, (313) 832-3300, corktownhealth.org

Henry Ford Health System, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone and Mineral Disorders, New Center One, 3031 W. Grand Blvd, Suite 800, Detroit, MI 48202, 313-916-2141

  • Jessica Shill, MD, Senior Staff Physician.  "I see transgender and gender non-conforming patients ages 15 and above. I also supervise the endocrinologists in training (fellows) in our division so they learn how to assist transgender and gender non-conforming people with gender-affirming therapy. We have a thriving practice, and see many transgender and gender non-conforming people each week."

Henry Ford Medical Center - Harbortown, 3370 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48207

Opada Alzohaili MD FACE, 1331 Monroe Street, Dearborn, Michigan 48124, 313-914-5591.  

  • "This Dr. said he has a few trans patients, and as a MTF I received no form of hate, discrimination, and was treated with the highest level of respect.  The staff is all friendly, and amazing...highly recommended." --D.G.

John D. Dingell, VA Medical Center Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Veteran Care Program, Detroit, https://www.detroit.va.gov/patients/LGBT.asp

The Ruth Ellis Health and Wellness Center, 77 Victor Street, Highland Park, MI 48203, phone: 313-365-3338, www.ruthelliscenter.org

  • Maureen (Mo) Connolly, MD

  • Jennifer Miller-Allgeier, NP

  • The Ruth Ellis Health and Wellness Center is a primary care clinic for LGBTQ adolescents and young adults ages 10-30 years old.  Services include general primary care, well visits, gender affirming hormones, PrEP for HIV prevention, HIV treatment, STD testing and treatment, birth control, mental health services, and case management.  We are able to see patients regardless of their insurance status and labs and medications are covered by our program for uninsured patients.

Neighbor States

Chicago, IL

Sheboygan, WI

  • Dr. Sara MirochaEndocrinologist3100 Superior Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081(920) 783-1236​