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Resources for LGBTQ+ Patients and Caregivers

All patients and caregivers should have easy access to resources that help them to navigate their health care journey. This is your guide to clinical care and supportive resources available to LGBTQ+ patients and caregivers at UPMC, and in the community.

UPMC provides health services for people in LGBTQ+ communities (PDF). The providers listed have experience and training in the following health services. 

Getting to Know You

At UPMC, we have a wonderfully diverse patient population. Our goal is to make sure all patients are treated with dignity and respect and have their individual needs met while feeling safe and accepted during their care.

A routine part of every 'history and physical' is your sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). We are working to do a better job at asking and maintaining this information for all patients because it is an important part of everyone's medical care and can impact medical decisions. It helps to create care that is personalized, relevant, and sensitive to your needs.

Our outpatient electronic health record has been updated to include areas for your chosen name, sexual orientation, and gender identity. All patients are asked for this information so that we can better understand your clinical care needs and can deliver the high-quality care all patients expect and deserve. To lean more, read the SOGI patient brochure.

Contact Us

If you would like to know more about the resources we offer or help getting connected to clinical services at UPMC please contact us at This email is monitored during business hours, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and we generally respond within two business days. If you need help in an emergency please contact 911 or go to your nearest emergency department. If you are having a concern that requires crisis support please call resolve Crisis Services at 1-888-7-YOU CAN (1-888-796-8226), or review the additional resources we have listed under “Hotlines.”