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Today, Mazzoni Center announced their “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” designation from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization. The designation was reported in the 10th edition of the Read more...

This week (March 27-31) marks the 15th annual National LGBT Health Awareness Week, and Mazzoni Center is  proud to be among the 97 partner organizations across the U.S. supporting this initiative.  Started in 2003 and held each year by the National Coalition for LGBT Health, this week serves to educate the LGBT community as well as policymakers about health disparities in the LGBT community. 
 
The theme for this year’s National LGBT Read more...
We are pleased to share the official dates of next year’s Philadelphia Trans Health Conference, which will take place Thursday, September 7 through Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.  
 
We give a great deal of thought to the timing and planning of the conference each year – and sometimes our plans are impacted by logistics outside our control, such as the availability of the Pennsylvania Convention Center and of sufficient hotel rooms in the area to Read more...

Whether they are taking a patient’s medical history, recording their vital signs, or performing any number of administrative and clinical tasks, medical assistants (known as MAs) play a vital role in the delivery of care at Mazzoni Center Family & Community Medicine, our community medical practice located at 809 Locust Street.

MAs help set tone for each patient visit – greeting patients, making them feel comfortable, gathering essential information about the person’s history and what brought Read more...

Mazzoni Center has joined with several other healthcare providers and LGBT organizations around the U.S. in calling on manufacturers of injectable estrogen to address the serious shortage that has been affecting trans women for the past several months.  This shortage is affecting the availability of Delestrogen and its generic counterpart estradiol valerate in 40 mg/mL dosages, which is the preferred regimen for many transgender women.
 
Spokespersons for the companies that produce these injectable forms of estrogren have said that there is a manufacturing Read more...
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Most people would balk at a two and a half hour drive to visit their doctor. Christina Cleveland has a different story to tell.
 
For a little over two years Christina has made the trip from her home in rural Pennsylvania, outside of Allentown, to receive care at Mazzoni Center Family & Community Medicine.  Her story reflects the reality for many transgender individuals who live outside major cities.  
 
“Mazzoni has made a huge difference in my life,” Read more...