Madeline Deutsch, MD
Maddie Deutsch, MD is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the department of Family and Community Medicine and the Clinical Lead for the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health. She chairs the Medical Advisory Board which develops evidence-based expert consensus guidelines for the UCSF Primary Care Protocols for Transgender Care, and serves on the Transgender Evaluation and Technical Assistance Team, part of a HRSA-funded SPNS initiative exploring linkage and retention in care of HIV-positive transgender women of color. Areas of research include effects of hormones on lipids and metabolism, cervical cancer risk in transgender men, issues impacting primary care access for transgender people, and the use of electronic medical records in the care of transgender people. Dr. Deutsch sits on the editorial boards for the International Journal of Transgenderism and the Journal of LGBT Health.
Dr. Deutsch also spends two days each week in Los Angeles where she is the founder and director of the Transgender Health Program at the LA Gay and Lesbian Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center-lookalike and Ryan White clinic which provides care to over 600 transgender patients, both HIV-positive and HIV-negative.
Dr. Deutsch maintains a transgender consultation clinic at UC-Berkeley Student Health Services and is currently focused on developing transgender-inclusive primary care services at the UCSF-Mount Zion Women's Health Primary Care Clinic.