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2017 Vaginoplasty grant program, how do I apply

Dr. Reed,  My therapist from Orlando has told me of your generous MTF vaginoplasty grant for this year entitled “the first 17 in 2017“.  Am I too early or too late?  Are there any added expenses I will incur that are not covered by your Grant.   Veronica

Dear Veronica,

Yes, we still have some openings for our first 17 in 2017 vaginoplasty grant program.  Some grant programs will cover the entire operation but fund only a few patients.  Our approach is to be helpful, and compassionate discounts are available. That way so many more patients can have an affordable MTF vaginoplasty.  We strongly advise that you call the office and speak with Dr. Reed or Anne first so we can qualify you are truly a surgical candidate.

We are looking for good height weight conformation, or BMI below well below 30, 2 letters of therapy clearance (write to us for more info about that), and that you have some financial reserve to cover travel expenses, a hotel room for you and a female surrogate, vaginal dilators, and incidentals such as bed protectors, anti-embolism stockings, a ring pillow and some oral medications. Please see our before and after MTF vaginoplasty sex change pictures.  They can be found at srsMiami.com/vaginoplasty.

Cordially,

Harold M. Reed, M.D.
The Reed Centre for Transgender Surgery – Miami
1-305-865-2000

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Vaginoplasty after picture (patient of Dr. Reed)

 

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Vaginoplasty after picture (patient of Dr. Reed)

 

 

Will you accept insurance for MTF vaginoplasty?

Dr. Reed, Will you take my insurance for MTF vaginoplasty.  I saw your MTF vaginoplasty before and after pictures and would like you to be my transgender surgeon. Zirconia Dear Zirconia, While we are not contracted providers with any insurance company, meaning we will not allow them to determine our surgical fee and (yes) take…Continue Reading

The Jim Collins Foundation

For details on the Jim Collins Foundation please see their web-site jimcollinsfoundation.org/ Applicant must understand the steps that are currently required to undergo the medical process of transition, and must have completed (or have outlined plans to complete) the following steps: Secure a letter of support from a licensed medical or mental health professional, such…Continue Reading

Do you work with Jim Collins Foundation, seeking vaginoplasty grant

Dear Dr. Reed  Hello, i have been on hormones for 3 years, and i’am very far along with transsexual conversion. Specific_Questions: Yes Dr. reed i’ have gone to The Jim Collins Foundation to help pay for my sexchange, MTF.. And in order to complet my application with them i need’ed to know the price and…Continue Reading

Affordable and functional transgender vaginoplasty

Ready to schedule in for a Transsexual vaginoplasty.  Seven months HRT – presently 4 mg estradiol and 100 MG Spiro. I was at 6/200 but endo reduced it for a safety margin and I am still progressing perfectly well. I have been full-time, transitioned on the job on December 14, 2014. I have completed therapy…Continue Reading

Transsexual MTF Vaginoplasty promotion

Dear Dr. Reed, Heard you had transsexual vaginoplasty promotion called the first 16 on 2016.  Will you be doing something similar this year?  Affordable vaginoplasty? Saw your transgender before and after photos on srsMiami.com  Have been living as a woman for 6 years and believe me, I’m ready.  Are you doing one or 2 stage…Continue Reading