Trans* Health Clinic
APICHA’s Trans* Health Clinic is committed to providing whole person Primary Medical Care to address the distinct needs of transgender & gender non-conforming/gender variant/gender queer individuals, serving Asian & Pacific Islanders and other communities of color in an affirming environment.
We believe that nurturing the overall wellness of transgender, gender non-conforming/gender variant/gender queer individuals is a priority for better health outcomes. APICHA’s Trans* Health Clinic provides increased access to comprehensive primary care, preventative health services, mental health and support services. We look forward to opportunities to dialogue with health care providers interested in increasing their understanding of health inequities and vulnerable populations.
APICHA Trans* Health Clinic provides individualized primary medical care that includes:
- Personalized Primary Care
- Routine check-up and immunizations
- Initiation and maintenance of hormone therapy
- Short-term Mental Health Services
- Care Management
- Trans* groups
Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesdays and Thursdays 9:30 AM – 7:00 PM
To make an appointment, call 212-334-6029 during business hours.
Method of Payment
- Low cost/sliding fee scale
- Most Private Insurances accepted
- ADAP and Medicaid
- Amex, MC and Visa accepted
The APICHA Community Health Center Trans* Health Team lead by:
Dr. Robert Murayama, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer for APICHA, is proud to welcome patients to a health center where caring and compassion combine with education and cultural sensitivity to provide the best in medical care for our community. His medical team is committed to excellence in primary care focused on Communities of Color, people with HIV infection, and LGBTQ people. Dr. Murayama is board certified in Internal Medicine, Medical Acupuncture and is a certified HIV Specialist (AAHIVM). He is on the teaching faculty at NYU Medical School and has provided education and training to physicians and medical providers on LGBT health care and has cared for hundreds of transgender and gender variant patients in multiple medical settings since 1990.