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Urology Services for Transgender and Gender Diverse Individuals

About Our Clinic

UNC Urology is a regional leader in transgender care. We offer a full range of urologic services including primary gender affirmation surgery (including metoidioplasty, penile prosthesis, phalloplasty, orchiectomy and vaginoplasty) and revisions after surgery in a respectful and compassionate environment. Our team has experience managing the most complex urologic cases.

 

Gender Affirmation Surgery

UNC Urology is a regional leader in transgender care. We offer a full range of urologic services including primary gender affirming surgery (including metoidioplasty, phalloplasty, and vaginoplasty), penile prosthesis, and orchiectomy. We also specialize in the management of complications from gender affirmation, such as strictures and fistulas. In July 2019, the Department of Urology launched the UNC Transgender Health Program in order to improve access to UNC Healthcare for transgender patients in the region.

Services

– Facial Feminization and Masculinization Surgery
– Fertility Preservation
– Gender-affirming Hormone Therapy
– Gender-Affirming Mastectomy and Mammaplasty
– Management of Complications After Gender Affirming Surgery
– Mental Health Support
– Metoidioplasty
– Orchiectomy
– Penile Prosthesis After Phalloplasty
– Phalloplasty
– Transgender Urologic Services
– Vaginoplasty

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How to contact the Transgender Health Program

If you are interested in:

  • Learning more about the program
  • Starting or learning about our Pediatric Gender Clinic
  • Receiving hormone therapy
  • Receiving gender-affirming primary care
  • Being connected with gender-affirming physicians
  • Receiving mental health services
  • Starting or learning about our surgery process
  • Or learning more about community resources

Please contact the Transgender Health Program at our toll-free number at 1-833-UNC-TRNS to speak with our Patient Coordinator. You can also email the Transgender Health Program at transhealth@unc.edu. If you are interested in joining the program, you will need to complete a patient intake with our Patient Coordinator, which will last about 10 to 15 minutes over the phone. This allows us to schedule, refer, and document any needed records for your medical file.

Due to the high number of calls, please leave us a message if we are unable to take your call immediately with your name, your reason for calling, and a callback number, and you will receive a call back within one to two business days.

Resources

UNC Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology | Transgender Health

UNC Health Pediatric and Adolescent Clinic for Gender Wellness (PAC-G)