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Inova Pride Clinic


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500 N. Washington St. #500

Falls Church, VA 22046


JOINED

Joined on December 6, 2022


INDUSTRY

Medical





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DESCRIPTION

In addition to the full range of preventive care, health screenings and chronic disease management, our primary care doctors and team members are experienced in all LGBTQ+ specific healthcare needs, such as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention and gender-affirming care, including counseling for youth and adults about health, gender identity and sexuality. Inova Pride Clinic serves individuals age 12 years and older. We accept all insurances.


OUR REVIEW

The INOVA Pride Clinic is an outstanding facility opened in 2022, the leading regional medical office for LGBTQ+ services. Many of our Loudoun community are already patients and have reported excellent customer service, in-depth knowledge of general and gender-affirming services, and a courteous, respectful medical staff.


As an early adopter of the Equality Allies program, Inova Pride Clinic demonstrates a commitment to the ideals of diversity, inclusion, and equality. With a thorough review of their business activities, we found no history of discriminatory practices or exclusive reviews.


General Survey

Question: How many of your employees or volunteers are members of the LGBTQ+ community?

Answer: More than 10%


Question: Are your leadership, human resources, employees, or volunteers provided or required to utilize LGBTQ-specific training or educational content each year?

Answer: All of our staff are required to have LGBTQ-specific training.


Question: How often do you believe your leadership, human resources, employees, or volunteers utilize LGBTQ-specific training or educational content each year?

Answer: At least once while currently employed or volunteering.


Question: Do you feel that your policies and procedures cover LGBTQ-specific needs for all of your employees, staff, and volunteers?

Answer: We have worked directly with an LGBTQ+ organization to create our policies and procedures.


Question: Do you feel that your policies and procedures cover LGBTQ-specific needs for your those who rely on your service?

Answer: We have worked directly with an LGBTQ+ organization to create our policies and procedures.


Question: How well do you feel that you and your staff are doing at creating an accepting and affirming presence for the LGBTQ+ community?

Answer: We have year-round shows of support that are specifically affirming or positive for the LGBTQ+ community.


Industry Survey

Question: Are you answering this questionnaire as yourself (an individual medical provider) or on behalf of your medical practice that includes multiple providers?

Answer: My Practice


Question: What percentage of your/your practice’s patients do you estimate are LGBTQ+?

Answer: 100% (all)


Question: How would you describe your/your practice’s medical focus?

Answer: Primary Care


Question: Are your/your practice’s intake forms LGBTQ+ friendly (use inclusive and not gendered language)?

Answer: Yes


Question: Are your/your practice’s intake forms LGBTQ+ friendly (use inclusive and not gendered language)?

Answer: Yes


Question: Does your/your practice’s medical record system have a way to capture a patient’s:

  • Yes: Sex assigned at birth (including intersex)

  • Yes: Gender identity

  • Yes: Sexual orientiation


Question: Does your/your practice’s medical record system have a way to:

  • Yes: Change a patient’s gender identity

  • Yes: Display the patient’s affirmed name for all users

  • Yes: Display the patient’s affirmed pronouns for all users


Question: Do you/your practice provide or refer patients for any of the following services for adults?

  • Provided: Genital exams for transgender people

  • Provided: Counseling/resources regarding gender confirming therapies

  • Provided: Hormone therapy to affirm gender identity

  • Provided: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV

  • Provided: Assessment and treatment of sexually transmitted infections


Question: Do you/your practice provide or refer patients for any of the following services for children (under 14)?

  • Provided: Genital exams for transgender people

  • Provided: Counseling/resources regarding gender confirming therapies

  • Provided: Puberty inhibitors or blockers

  • Provided: Hormone therapy to affirm gender identity

  • Provided: Assessment and treatment of sexually transmitted infections

  • Do Not Offer or Address: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV

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