Metro Inclusive Health is proud to offer a streamlined approach to gender affirming healthcare including the following services under one roof:
As part of our inclusive approach to primary care, Metro Inclusive Health provides Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy (GAHT) – also referred to as Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) – with estrogen and testosterone monitoring for adults ages 18 and above. We accept most major insurances, Medicare and Medicaid, and offer self-pay options.
As of 2022, Florida Medicaid has terminated coverage to any and all patients receiving gender affirming care. Since then, some private insurance companies followed suit in no longer covering hormone replacement therapy and related gender affirming care.
Metro Inclusive Health developed the Discount Gender Affirming Care Package offering medical and behavioral health services at considerably lower rates versus out-of-pocket costs or comparative solutions.
View our self-pay rate sheet here.
We have the professional and personal expertise to connect you with the services and resources necessary to assist with your journey. Here at Metro Inclusive Health, a team of peers is available to serve as your guide through every step of the process, which includes a centralized approach to medical, social and legal needs. Contact us for:
The Trans Services Division is also here to help guide you through the process of navigating the legal landscape for names, gender markers and documentation including drivers’ licenses, passports and social security. We also maintain a directory of experienced attorneys.
Our Youth Programs and events are open to 13-17 year olds of all LGBTQ+ identities. Additionally, METRO hosts annual LGBTQ+ Youth Summer Camp and Youth Summit experiences, as well as offering leadership opportunities via the Youth Advisory Council. Our new Youth Center in Tampa is another welcoming, LGBTQ+ affirming space.
With Senate Bill 254 becoming law, we understand many of you have questions about continuing your hormone replacement treatment. Please know that we are working hard to fully understand the services we are capable of providing under the provisions of the Bill.
Patients have been and always will be our top priority and while we are doing our best to accommodate current patients under the new law, we are unable to accept new HRT patients at this time.
We will continue to communicate with current patients and the community once more guidance from the State and Florida Medical Board is made available to us.