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Identity Health Clinic provides trauma-informed, evidence-based healthcare to meet the wellness needs of Alaska’s LGBTQ+ community.
This clinic expands Identity’s programs that uplift the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ+ communities of Alaska.
We currently accept Medicaid, Medicare, Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield, VA Choice, Self Pay patients and any insurance we are not in network negotiations with. We focus on gender affirming care, PrEP, STI counseling and treatment, primary care and psychotropic medication management.
Identity also offers a legal name change group every other month to process paperwork together and other groups. Please call us for more information and to sign up.
Over time, the clinic will focus on specific pillars of growth. These will include Evidence-Based Practice, Data Collection, Research Generation, Education of our Community and Patients. We hope to develop and strengthen these services overtime.
Please contact us to inquire and get scheduled!
Front Desk Clinic Hours: 10 am to 2 pm | Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
If you have experienced discrimination, or trauma, because of your gender identity, then you’re invited to join the Gender Trauma Group at Identity Health Clinic.
Talk with your peers and with licensed providers about how gender-based trauma has affected your life. Find support and healing in your community and get your answers about gender from specialized clinicians in a safe space.
Gender Trauma Group meets from 5:30 to 6:30 pm each Tuesday, from Aug. 10 to Oct. 5.
To join, contact us at 907-865-3247 and email@example.com
Identity helped coordinate the Alaska LGBTQ+ Community Health Needs Assessment.
With our partners, we are analyzing the data to help create culturally competent healthcare tailored to the unique needs of queer Alaskans.
While surveys like this have happened in other states, this is the first statewide survey of this type to happen in Alaska.
Dr. Tracey Wiese, APRN, is the Identity Health Clinic Director.
Tracey has been integral in creating more queer-affirming and gender-affirming healthcare in Alaska. She has been an Identity board member and contractor and moves into this role to steward new health services.
We are so grateful to have her wisdom and direction.
This program is supported by grants from Rasmuson Foundation, Pride Foundation and the Municipality of Anchorage.