Queer Healthcare Accountability Coalition

George Froehle


Peter Shalit & Associates

901 Boren Ave #805



This provider is accepting new patients at this time


This provider accepts the following insurances:

  • United Healthcare (Medicaid)
  • Coordinated Care (Medicaid)
  • Molina (Medicaid)
  • Community Health Plan of Washington (Medicaid)
  • Amerigroup (Medicaid)
  • Medicare

Does this provider accept Medicaid?


Does this provider accept Medicare?




Internal Medicine


gay/bi/queer men, bisexual people, trans women, trans men, genderqueer folks, people of color, people in recovery, people with disabilities, active drug users, sex workers, HIV


Gender Identity

Cis Male

Sexual Orientation


Training and Practices

Gender Neutral Restrooms?


Comprehensive intake forms that include a patient's chosen name and gender pronouns?


Clinic uses a patient's chosen name (as opposed to their legal name) on their chart?


Trans standard of care used:

Informed Consent Model

Staff Trained in LGBTQ Issues?



Office staff are trained by our medical providers, offered courses at conferences, evening programs and community events. This is assessed daily by patient feedback. We have a strong dedication to providing culturally competent and compassionate care at our office.

Staff Trained in Racial & Cultural Issues?



See above.


What does your clinic do to make the space welcoming and inclusive for LGBQ-identified patients?

Our office has rotating artwork from local LGBQ artists, magazines directed at our population, rainbow stickers, staff is reflective of the community, community organizations are allowed to promote events in the clinic.

What does your clinic do to make the space welcoming and inclusive for trans- and genderqueer-identified patients?

We ask preferred name for charting, we ask preferred pronouns, we provide gender neutral bathrooms, we train our staff in LGBQ sensitivity.

Please describe the ways in which you are involved in LGBTQ community outside of your practice (ex: Do you attend conferences on working with LGBTQ clients? Are you involved in local organizations that serve these communities? etc).

I moved to Seattle in 2000 to be Gay City Health Project's Queercore youth coordinator. Since that time, I've been very active in the community as a bartender at R-Place, player and president of the Seattle Quake Rugby Club (a queer rugby club), a keynote speaker for the Pride Foundation brunch, and I've participated in many conferences and community events.

What else do you want potential patients to know about you or your clinic?

We are a small private practice. This means a more intimate and focused setting. We are more of a practice you would find in a small town, but with an urban edge. We have provided trans care for over 20 years. Our clinic accepts most private insurance plans, and accepted Medicaid plans are listed above.