The mission of the Penn Medicine Program for LGBT Health is to improve the care of LGBT populations by becoming a local and national leader in LGBT patient care, education, research, and advocacy.
To meet our mission, the program focuses on the following five areas:
We support LGBT individuals in the workplace, classroom, and healthcare settings by promoting an LGBT-inclusive climate and culture.
Our program promotes health education and provides mentorship and professional development for LGBT students, trainees and faculty.
Learn how we aim to increase LGBT participation in Penn research initiatives and support new areas of research in LGBT health.
We continue to improve patient and family-centered care for LGBT individuals by connecting with caring, compassionate and skilled providers.
Find out how our program meets the needs of the LGBT community and partners with other organizations to improve access and quality of care.
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