Who we are
The LGBTQ+ Healthcare Directory is a project of the Tegan and Sara Foundation and GLMA – Health Professionals Advancing LGBTQ+ Equality.
It is a free, searchable database of all kinds of doctors, medical professionals and healthcare providers who are knowledgeable and sensitive to the unique health needs of LGBTQ+ people in the USA and Canada.
LGBTQ+ patients deserve healthcare providers who they can be open and honest with —free from fear of stigma or bias. The simple act of connecting patients with care is a solution to this problem.
Years ago, GLMA built the very first directory of LGBTQ+ healthcare professionals. Through GLMA’s vast membership, the directory grew to be the most respected resource of its kind in the United States.
Together with input from LGBTQ+ health experts and community leaders, this invaluable resource has been updated with innovative search functionality, the highest standards of accessibility and a new set of guiding principles. Read more about it in our FAQ.
GLMA – Health Professionals Advancing LGBTQ+ Equality is the world’s largest association of LGBTQ+ healthcare professionals. GLMA utilizes its multidisciplinary membership to drive advocacy, education, and research to achieve LGBTQ+ health equity. Learn more.
About the Tegan and Sara Foundation
TSF’s mission is to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ women and girls. The Foundation raises awareness and funds, fights for equality and justice through our flagship programming and support of grassroots organizations, activists and communities that often go unrecognized by major funders. Learn more.
Sponsors and Collaborators
The LGBTQ+ Healthcare Directory was made possible with the financial support of the Tegan and Sara Foundation and GLMA. Thank you to all our individual donors and corporate sponsors including Cigna and Google.
Thank you to everyone who helped build this website. Thank you to the community organizations and healthcare providers who offered their time to test and review this site. Thank you to the law firms in the US and Canada who provided pro bono services. We followed guidance from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s “Measuring Sex, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation” in designing our demographic questions for providers. A huge thank you to the staff, volunteers and boards of both GLMA and Tegan and Sara Foundation.