Trans people flock to Malta’s new gender clinic

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01/09/2019

About 35 people have accessed the services at Malta’s new gender clinic since it opened in mid-November. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Chris Fearne, said the clinic was opened to allow all people in Malta to have universal health care. The Mtarfa Health Clinic started offering specialized gender services from 14 November, 2018. The clinic provides a holistic approach for patients. Its services include multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, therapists, psychologists, and social workers. People will be able to access hormone therapy and surgery at the clinic. Other services include gynaecology, urology, reproductive care and speech therapy.

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