As an LGBTQ+ person, you need medical care that comes from a nonjudgmental perspective and a treatment plan that is tailored to your unique needs. At Thrive Family Practice in Land O’Lakes, Florida, Trish Trnka-Stone, FNP-C, and the team provide you with the mental and physical health care you need along with community health resources. To learn more about LGBTQ+ care, call the friendly office or schedule an appointment online today.
LGBTQ+ care includes mental and physical health care services geared toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. These statuses involve specific health care needs that you may not get in just any medical practice. The team at Thrive Family Practice provides inclusive care and helps you stay on track with the medical services you need for your health to thrive.
As an LGBTQ+-owned and operated medical practice, Thrive Family Practice has a team of health professionals who understand your needs firsthand. They provide confidential care that considers your health concerns in a safe environment.
LGBTQ+ care can benefit you whether or not you’ve come out to friends and family. If you’re simply questioning or exploring your identity, the team at Thrive Family Practice makes sure you get the necessary information and medical services you need. If you’ve been out for a long time, you can trust the practice for consistency in your care.
Thrive Family Practice offers a wide range of medical services specifically for LGBTQ+ individuals. You can visit the office when you need:
Mental health services include group, family, and individual counseling with an inclusive approach so you can address your mental health needs in an open and welcoming setting.
Primary care services include everything from physical exams to immunizations and chronic disease management. Thrive Family Practice offers LGBTQ-focused primary care and specialty care.
Gender-affirming care includes hormone treatments for transgender people to change their sex characteristics as well as gender-focused counseling to address gender incongruence.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication you can get as a preventive measure against human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) to reduce your risk of getting the virus from sexual contact or shared needles. If you suspect that you’ve been exposed to someone with HIV, you can get post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP).
LGBTQ-focused medical and mental health care can make you more comfortable receiving the services you need and help you stay healthy long-term.
For comprehensive LGBTQ+ health services, call Thrive Family Practice or schedule an appointment online today.