Our Staff: LGBTQ Trained, Allies and Out
Please feel free to search our directory of health care providers who have self-identified as LGBTQ trained, allies and/or “out.” We keep this list continually updated.
- LGBTQ trained: Staff who have completed the Safe Zone training program or another LGBTQ-focused training.
- Allies: Staff who have self-identified as supporting equal access and affirming treatment of LGBTQ patients, families, colleagues and visitors.
- Out: Staff who have self-identified as members of the LGBTQ community.
Departments Dedicated to the LGBTQ Community
Several departments at Boston Children’s are focused on providing culturally competent care to our LGBTQ patients.
- The Division of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine provides primary and specialty care services to patients ages 10 to 23. The Division founded the Boston Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) Program, which aims to improve the health of adolescents in the United States through education, research and program development. Its goal is to train the next generation of health care leaders in adolescent health. The LEAH Program currently leads several research projects on adolescent health issues, including:
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Sexual orientation
- Effects of media on child health