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Dr. Reyblat offers advice for urologists who want to provide for more transgender and non-binary patients

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“I think it's important to look at our practice from the consumer standpoint and see what we look like to our patients,” says Polina X. Reyblat, MD.

In this video, Polina X. Reyblat, MD, discusses ways in which urologists can attract minority genders to their practice and resources they can use to educate themselves and their staff. These ideas stem from Reyblat’s presentation, “Care for the transgender and non-binary patient – Role of the FPMRS caregiver,” which was given at the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction 2022 Winter Meeting. Reyblat is a reconstructive urologist and the chief of the department of urology at the Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.

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