We look at your healthcare needs from every angle and understand the LGBTQ+ experience, so you shouldn't feel like you need to educate your providers.
Our highly-trained primary care providers treat you by caring for your physical, mental, spiritual, and social needs. They also understand the unique healthcare needs of LGBTQ+ people. We recognize your need for a personal relationship with your primary care team. Our caring clinicians are dedicated to listening to your health concerns, treating your individual needs, providing preventive medicine, and working with you to improve your health.
Advanced Practice Providers (APP) include Nurse Practitioners (NPs), Physician Assistants (PAs), Certified Nurse Midwives (CNMs), and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) that support our LGBTQ+ Health care team.
Surgeons provide health care in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries. Care teams provide repair, reconstructions, enhancement, or replacement of physical defect of form or function. Note: Some surgeries are not performed at Intermountain facilities. Our health navigators can connect you with available options.
These doctors treat conditions using medication and minimally invasive surgical techniques such as laparoscopy and robotics surgery. We use a multidisciplinary approach, coordinating care with your primary care physician and other cancer specialists. We are dedicated to extraordinary urological care using the least invasive means possible for all of your urological needs, from cancer to kidney stones.
Intermountain Healthcare provides care for most skin conditions, both common and rare. Our certified dermatologists will work with you to quickly eliminate or reduce your symptoms, keeping you comfortable throughout the process.
Intermountain offers a full range of gynecologic care, including annual exams, menopause care, and more. We are dedicated to providing a comfortable, safe, and personal environment where each person's gynecologic needs can be met.
This physician specializes in delivering babies and caring for people during pregnancy and after they give birth. They treat medical conditions unique to pregnancy and perform surgeries related to labor and delivery.
Physical Therapy (PT) is a profession that promotes mobility, function, and quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, exercise and manual techniques. Physical Therapists can specialize in areas such as orthopedics, pediatrics, neurologic, pelvic floor, balance, wounds, etc.
"I've already recommended close friends of mine in the LGBTQIA+ community looking to establish care to this clinic.” - Grateful Patient, Salt Lake Clinic
"I felt very validated as a patient and trans person in this facility, I was always asked for my pronouns, and they always used my preferred name. I felt seen and heard and didn't at any point feel uncomfortable.” - Grateful Patient
"[The staff were] very kind and explained everything in detail. Treated me like I was their only patient with concern and compassion. I was very motivated by their positive response in how I was healing.” - Grateful Patient
"All of my questions and concerns were carefully discussed in a manner that helped me work through my own anxiety.” - Grateful Patient