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To increase patient access to care, on August 21, 2017, Whitman-Walker Health will change its appointment scheduling system. When you contact Whitman-Walker, you will now be able to schedule your visit within the next 10 business days. All appointments on and after August 21st will be cancelled. We will contact you to reschedule your appointment under the new system.

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In the Media

December

CHARM, Story About LGBTQ Youth, to COMING OF AGE IN AMERICA series at Mosaic Theater (Broadway World, 12/2/16)

HIV/AIDS advocate talks about learning about her diagnosis (WUSA9, 12/1/16)

A Look at DC’s New Plan to Fight HIV; What’s New and Who’s Affected (NBC, 12/1/16)

November

Local Groups to Commemorate World AIDS Day (Washington Blade, 11/30/16)

How Washington D.C. got a grip on HIV (MTV Staying Alive, 11/22/16)

D.C. AARP to host ‘LGBTQ Conversation’ (Washington Blade, 11/22/16)

Crew Club showcases staff on 20th anniversary (Washington Blade, 11/17/16)

Which LGBT rights are on the chopping block? (Washington Blade, 11/16/16)

QUEERY: Alexa Rodriguez (Washington Blade, 11/16/16)

D.C. Organization Holds Annual HIV/AIDS Walk (Washington Informer, 11/16/16)

Legal Aid and Whitman-Walker S Coordinate Annual Part D Clinics (Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, 11/15/16)

The POZ 100: L-P (POZ, 11/14/16)

Photos: Walk to End HIV (Washington Blade, 11/14/16)

Walk to End HIV (NBC4, 11/11/16)

Caminarán para poner la fin al VIH (El Tiempo Latino, 11/11/16)

ViewPoint: Walk to End HIV (NBC4, 11/11/16)

Walk & 5K to End HIV Celebrates 30 Years (Metro Weekly, 11/10/16)

Saturday: DC residents can eat Chipotle to help fight HIV (PoPville, 11/10/16)

The Rise of Sexually Transmitted Disease (WJLA, 11/8/16)

D.C. Chipotle customers can help fight HIV on Nov. 12 (Washington Blade, 11/8/16)

DC’s Walk & 5K Run to End HIV Marks 30th Anniversary (NBC4, 11/3/16)

Join NBC4 at the 30th Annual Walk to End HIV (NBC4, 11/3/16)

Hill Rag Magazine November 2016 (Capital Community News, 11/2/16)

Where Can Undocumented Immigrants Go for Health Care (U.S. News & World Report, 11/2/16)

Whitman-Walker announces first annual Brunch to End HIV (Metro Weekly, 11/1/16)

October

Managing Jess Helms-style anxiety and stress (LGBT Weekly, 10/19/16)

Getting Older with HIV (NBC4 Washington, 10/19/16)

Round House Theatre and Olney Theatre Center Present ‘After Orlando’ Tomorrow, 10/10 @7 PM: An Evening of Short Plays in Response to the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida (DC Metro Theater Arts, 10/9/16)

September

It’s National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day with Whitman-Walker Health (WJLA, 9/27/16)

Gay men talking mental health (Washington Blade, 9/23/16)

Living Long-Term With HIV (POZ, 9/5/16)

Now That I’m Not An MSM: On Navigating Healthcare While Non-Binary (HIV Equal, 9/1/16)

Finally! A Safer Sex Guide Just for Trans Folks (Huffington Post, 9/1/16)

August

‘Safer Sex for Trans Bodies’ guide released (Washington Blade, 8/28/16)

HRC Foundation and Whitman-Walker Health release comprehensive transgender sexual health guide (LGBT Weekly, 8/24/16)

The District’s HIV clinic was failing. This ‘old, straight white guy’ managed to save it. (Washington Post, 8/21/16)

A transgender force: ‘The only thing that kept me alive was doing this work’ (Washington Post, 8/19/16)

Local Resources for Opioid Addiction (NBC4 Washington, 8/19/16)

Whitman-Walker names new communications director (Washington Blade, 8/18/16)

Comings & Goings (Washington Blade, 8/13/16)

New D.C. health ed. standards adopted (Washington Blade, 8/12/16)

Md. transgender twins find public attitude can lag behind law (WTOP, 8/8/16)

MidCity Dog Days is this Weekend and Kickoff Party at Pixie’s tonight (PoPville, 8/5/16)

July

Landmark Study Helps Overweight Lesbian and Bisexual Women Adopt Healthier Habits (Edge Providence, 7/28/16)

Debunked: Gay men can never donate blood (The Dallas Morning News, 7/26/16)

Navigating Cancer as a Trans Person is a Nightmare (Newsweek, 7/22/16)

It Is Ridiculous That Many Gay and Bisexual Men Cannot Donate Blood (AlterNet 7/16/16)

Policy and Justice: The Best LBGT Lawyers Under 40 (Tagg Magazine, 7/8/16)

To help LGBT women improve health, don’t rely on one-size-fits-all approach, study suggests (STAT, 7/8/16)

Two Tailored Provider Curricula Promoting Healthy Weight in Lesbian and Bisexual Women (Women’s Health Issues Journal, 7/7/16)

New Study Shows Lesbian and Bisexual Women Are More Likely to be Overweight (Tagg Magazine, 7/7/16)

Know Your Status: Free HIV/STI Testing in the DC Area (Metro Weekly, 7/7/16)

70 groups seek cancellation of ‘religious freedom’ hearing (Washington Blade, 7/7/16)

Comings & Goings (Washington Blade, 7/1/16)

June

This pill allows you to have anxiety-free sex. So why aren’t more people taking it? (Fusion, 6/30/2016)

Josh Riley on the importance of National HIV Testing Day (WJLA, 6/27/16)

A Quiet Campaign Is Placing Gay People and Their Rights Struggle in U.S. History (Washington Post, 6/27/16)

It’s National HIV Testing Day. Here’s Where You Can Get Tested for Free (Washingtonian, 6/27/16)

Uncharted Territory: Medical regulations still ban transgender military service, but change on the horizon (Capital Gazette, 6/26/16)

Celebrating Pride Through Service (Corporation for National & Community Service Official Blog, 6/24/16)

National LGBT Bar Association names ‘Best Under 40’ (Legal News, 6/24/16)

Still Struggling? LGBT Groups Mobilize Mental-Health Resources after Orlando Attack (NBC4, 6/21/16)

Architects Propose Design Solutions for Equitable Bathrooms (Architectural Record, 6/20/16)

All the ways the federal government is creeping left on LGBT rights (Washington Examiner, 6/20/16)

Gay Men Wanted to Donate Blood in Orlando. They’re Still Not Allowed To. (Mother Jones, 6/19/16)

Nearly 2,000 Pack Dupont Circle for Orlando Vigil (Washington Blade, 6/16/16)

Here’s How You Can Donate Blood If You’re a Gay Man (Fusion, 6/15/16)

What It Would Take to End the Ban on Queer Blood Donation (Huffington Post, 6/14/16)

Blood Donors Needed after Orlando Gay Club Shooting, But Queer Men Are Banned (Huffington Post, 6/12/16)

Medicare Retains Trans Surgery Policy (Washington Blade, 6/10/16)

Whitman-Walker’s Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center Will Soon Undergo Redevelopment (Bisnow, 6/9/16)

Mazzoni Center hosts Philadelphia Trans Health Conference (Edge Media Network, 6/8/16)

Groups Want CMS to Expand Gender Reassignment Coverage (Bloomberg BNA, 6/6/16)

Annabelle Selldorf-Designed 14th Street Development Receives Historic Approval (UrbanTurf, 6/3/16)

HPRB Approves Whitman-Walker Redevelopment on 14th Street (Borderstan, 6/3/16)

CMS May Not Pay for Sex Change Operations, But the VA Might (Modern Healthcare, 6/3/16)

D.C. No Longer Has a Central Gay Neighborhood. Does That Matter? (Washington City Paper, 6/2/16)

Capital Pride maelstrom (Washington Blade, 6/1/16)

Zika risk to gay men same as for heterosexuals (Washington Blade, 6/1/16)

May

New rights, new challenges for U.S. transgender community (AFP, 5/29/16)

“Nightmare” Superbug Arrives in the U.S. (Reuters, 5/27/16)

Antibias Rules Set Up Tricky Question over Gay Rights (The Wall Street Journal, 5/26/16)

Whitman-Walker Health’s Plans for Its Undeveloped 14th Street Properties Praised (InTowner, 5/13/16)

Effects of the North Carolina ‘Bathroom Bill’ (WJLA, 5/12/16)

Whitman-Walker Project Wins ANC Nod (The Dupont Current, 5/11/16)

10 Under 35: Young Human Rights Activists Selected for Prestigious Program (Huffington Post, 5/11/16)

ANC approves Whitman-Walker project (Washington Blade, 5/5/16)

Logan Circle ANC Gives Blessing to Whitman-Walker Redevelopment (Borderstan, 5/5/16)

Counseling Crisis (Metro Weekly, 5/5/16)

How a Tiny City in New York Became a Beacon for Transgender Healthcare (The Guardian, 5/3/16)

April

14th Street Medical Center to be Redeveloped for Residential, Retail (Curbed, 4/28/16)

Whitman-Walker releases details on 14th Street project (Washington Business Journal, 4/27/16)

A First Look at Annabelle Selldorf-Designed 14th Street Mixed-Use Development (Urban Turf, 4/27/16)

Antibody Shot Protects Monkeys from HIV-Like Infection (HealthDay, 4/27/16)

Capital Bikeshare to Offer $5 Memberships to Low-Income D.C. Residents (Washington City Paper, 4/13/16)

Capital Bikeshare Expands Access with $5 Memberships (DCist, 4/13/16)

Low-Income Residents Can Now Buy Cheaper CaBi Memberships (Greater Greater Washington, 4/13/16)

The graying age of HIV: 1 in 6 new U.S. cases are people older than 50 (Washington Post, 4/6/16)

From Homeless to Advocate: An HIV Story (Everyday Health, 4/4/16)

Chemsex: A Bad Combination of Drugs and Sex (Emergency Medicine News, 4/1/16)

March

Good Morning Washington Segment on PrEP (NewsChannel 8, 3/31/16)

More about the accomplished Mary Walker (Washington Post, 3/19/16)

2016 Enterprising Women (Tagg Magazine, 3/15/16)

The changing face of HIV/AIDS in D.C. (WTOP, 3/10/16)

Shawn Rubin on Gender Diversity Issues (Psychology Today, 3/6/16)

Comings & Goings (Washington Blade, 3/5/16)

Health care cultural competency law hopes to east LGBT patient angst (Metro Weekly, 3/4/16)

The Cost of Living, Part 2 (Washington City Paper, 3/4/16)

February

With Support, Transgender Kids Skip the Anxiety: Study (NBC News, 2/28/16)

Case report details gay man becoming HIV+ while on PrEP (Metro Weekly, 2/26/16)

Minority Business Leader Awards, Naseema Shafi (Washington Business Journal, 2/26/16)

The AIDS Crisis Hasn’t Ended in the Black and Latino Communities (NPR, 2/25/16)

Public health threat: Boys need to take HPV vaccine too, cancer doctors say (WJLA, 2/23/16)

The power of word and dance (Washington Blade, 2/18/16)

Harris’ Heroes: Whitman-Walker’s Youth Boot Camp Targets HIV and Prevention (WJLA, 2/17/16)

New Medication Helps in Fight against HIV (WJLA, 2/17/16)

Kidd O’Shea and Dito Sevilla talk dating after Blade’s singles issue (Washington Blade, 2/17/16)

Gay singles in the city (WJLA, 2/16/16)

GLAA announces service award winners (Washington Blade, 2/10/16)

Black Women and HIV/AIDS on The Rock Newman Show (WHUT, 2/9/16)

Most Eligible Singles: Kris Oseth (Washington Blade, 2/8/16)

D.C. Council passes health care cultural competency bill (Metro Weekly, 2/3/16)

D.C. Council passes LGBT ‘cultural competency’ bill (Washington Blade, 2/3/16)

New HIV cases continue to decline in D.C. (Washington Blade, 2/3/16)

Free From Fear: Gender-Neutral Restrooms and Inclusivity in Design (Perkins+Will, 2/2/16)

January

D.C. News in Brief (Washington Post, 1/27/16)

Annabelle Selldorf-Designed 14th Street Mixed-Use Development Aims for 2019 Delivery (Urban Turf, 1/22/16)

Using Travel as a Teaching Tool and Lever for Change (Health Affairs Blog, 1/21/16)

Feature: A Guide to Lesbian and Queer Health (Tagg Magazine, 1/19/16)

Whitman Walker: A Reaching Around of Arms (Agenda, 1/19/16)

Selldorf Architects to redevelop Washington DC HIV clinic named after Liz Taylor (Dezeen Magazine, 1/19/16)

LGBT Reaction to the FDA’s New Donation Policy (Metro Weekly, 1/14/16)

With new architect hire, Whitman-Walker Health officials say not to expect ‘typical 14th Street retail development’ (Washington Business Journal, 1/13/16)

Architect chosen for Taylor Medical Center redo (Washington Blade, 1/13/16)

Borderstan Brief (Borderstan, 1/13/16)

El Salvador’s LGBTQI Community Faces Road Blocks While Seeking Asylum (Tagg Magazine, 1/7/16)

No New HIV Infections Among Consistent Truvada Users in PrEP Demo Project (HIVandHepatitis.com, 1/5/16)

Photos: 2015 Year in Review (Washington Blade, 1/1/16)

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