Madeline Deutsch, MD, MPH
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Family Community Medicine|
|Address||401 Parnassus Ave, LangPorter |
San Francisco CA 94143
|Binghamton University - SUNY||BS||Computer Science||1994|
|Purchase College - SUNY||Postbaccalaureate||Premedicine||1996|
|Chicago Medical School - Rosalind Franklin University||Medicine||2001|
|Harbor - UCLA Medical Center||Residency||2004|
|UCLA||MPH||Community Health Sciences||2015|
|Rosalind Franklin University - Chicago Medical School||2001||Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society|
|Rosalind Franklin University - Chicago Medical School||2001||Award for Highest GPA in the Clinical Sciences|
|Rosalind Franklin University - Chicago Medical School||2001||Dean's Award for Meritorious Service|
Madeline B. Deutsch, MD MPH is a Health Sciences Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family & Community Medicine. She is the Director of Clincial Services at the UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health, where she has been involved in numerous national and international clinical capacity building projects, oversees the development of the UCSF Primary Care Protocols for Transgender Care, and has studied the use of electronic medical records in transgender care. Dr. Deutsch is a Co-Principal Investigator on a recently awarded grant from the California HIV/AIDS Research Program to study HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in transgender populations. She is currently a Co-Investigator on a HRSA funded SPNS initiative examining linkage and retention in care of HIV+ transgender women of color, and a Co-Investigator on a PCORI funded study of sexual health and cervical cancer screening in transgender men. Dr. Deutsch is certified as an HIV care expert by the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
Dr. Deutsch practices at Mount Zion Women's Health Primary Care, where her focus is on primary care for LGBT persons, and in particular transgender specific care, such as hormone therapy. She is currently piloting the use of telehealth technology to provide gender affirming hormone therapy to patients located remote to the Bay Area. She is also currently the Principal Investigator on a project funded by the Mount Zion Health Fund and National Center of Excellence in Women's Health to develop a transgender care navigation program at UCSF.
Dr. Deutsch is also the physician at the Dimensions LGBTQ youth clinic operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health at Castro-Mission Health Center, a clinic focused on the needs of LGBTQ youth, many with psychosocial and substance abuse issues.
Previously Dr. Deutsch was the founding Director of the Transgender Health Program at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, a large Federally Qualified Health Center and Ryan White Program grantee, where she she provided primary care to over 800 transgender persons, and conducted research on the effects of hormones on blood pressure, lipids and hormone levels, and on attitudes about primary care among transgender persons in a CTSI funded study.
Dr. Deutsch has extensive experience in providing technical and capacity building assistance for clinics aiming to initiate or improve transgender care programs, and has in the past served as a consultant in transgender capacity building for two large student health centers and a Federally Qualified Health Center.
Dr. Deutsch received her undergraduate degree in computer science from Binghamton University - State University of New York (SUNY), her MD from Rosalind Franklin University - Chicago Medical School, completed a residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, and received an MPH in community health sciences from UCLA.
Transgender and LGB health and primary care, Preventive medicine, Public health, Underserved populations, HIV Care, Nutritional medicine, Informed consent practices in transgender care, Electronic medical records and transgender care, Collection of sexual orientation and gender identity information, Best practices in transgender care, Effects of cross-sex hormones on health outcomes, Quality improvement, Emergency medicine
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