AAFP Webcast

The Family Physician Who Cares for Transgender Patients in Five Southern States

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Watch the Webcast

QMed Clinic

QMed, a telehealth-based practice in Atlanta

When Izzy Lowell, MD, MBA, was starting out in family medicine, she wanted to open a university clinic focused on serving nonbinary and transgender people. She’d been cautioned that patient demand would be so minimal that the clinic could never survive, but almost immediately after its launch, she found herself at full capacity. Since then, Dr. Lowell has opened the telehealth-based practice QMed. She now provides care for transgender and gender nonconforming patients full time, across five states.

Watch this webcast to learn how she flexes her skills as a family physician to make a difference, and discover what students need to know today to ensure every patient has access to trans-friendly primary care in the future.  

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this webcast, viewers will be able to:

  • Have unique insight into the career possibilities in family medicine
  • Understand how to provide trans-friendly primary care
  • Be knowledgeable about the basics of hormone therapy

Presenter

Izzy Lowell, MD, MBA

Izzy Lowell, MD, MBA

Family physician Izzy Lowell, MD, MBA, is based in Atlanta, and is the founder of QMed, a practice serving transgender patients across the southern U.S. She received her medical degree from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed her training at the Lawrence Family Medicine Residency. She holds an MBA from Emory University Goizueta Business School.