Transgender surgeon in Florida

Dear Dr. Reed,

I am been a full time transgender woman or 5 years and pass very well. Am seeking affordable transgender
surgery. The Reed Centre in Miami has been mentioned by my therapist.  What are your fees?


Good afternoon Diane,

The Reed Centre in Miami for Transgender Surgery has been offering compassionate fees since 2003 to transgendered patients all over the world.  Our goal is to make you as natural as possible.  Before and after pictures are displayed on our web-site  We also do breast augmentation and do suggest you be on proper hormone doses for 2 years to maximize your home grown breast size, usually one size smaller than your mother or sister.  Look at photos on our web-site for transgender breast implants.  Have a case scheduled for tomorrow.

Harold M. Reed, M.D.
Transgender Surgeon
The Reed Centre – Miami
for Sexual Reassignment Surgery

2 Responses to Transgender surgeon in Florida

  1. I am a Psychiatric Mental Health NP. One of my patients is pending MTF surgery and requested a letter for the surgeon (TBD). Do you have a specific format or questions that require a response? Thank you

    • November 24, 2017

      Dear Pamela,

      For irreversible genital surgery we need 2 letters of therapy clearance, and at least one of
      the therapists must have a doctoral degree.

      1. The letter should be written on a professional letterhead.

      2. In the first paragraph, the therapist should
      introduce himself/herself and provide some
      background about his/her training, etc.

      3. That the likelihood of patient remorse or
      regret having had surgery is extremely low or remote.

      4. That the patient is mentally/emotionally stable

      5. Towards the end of the letter the therapist
      has to say (words to this effect) I recommend, I
      endorse, I approve, “Katelyn” would be
      an excellent candidate for feminzing vaginoplasty
      or orchiectomy. (not intersex surgery). Not
      “Katelyn” has a good head on her shoulders, she knows
      what to do. That the procedure is medically necessary.

      6. At least one letter has to be written by a therapist with a doctoral degree.

      7. One letter is a comprehensive letter which
      details her psychological background, pertinent
      medical history, any adjustment problems, etc.

      8. The second letter is a letter of concurrence (more simple).

      9. Lastly, the therapist or psychiatrist has to
      say, I would welcome a call from Dr. Reed, if
      there are any questions or concerns.

      Hoping this is of help. Please feel free to call
      me at any time if I may be of more service.

      Hope you’re having a Happy Thanksgiving weekend,


      Harold M. Reed, M.D. FICS
      Senior Member of the American Urological Association
      Member Society of Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons
      Founding Member and Treasurer of American Academy of Phalloplasty Surgeons
      Founding Member Sexual Society of North America
      International Society for Sexual Medicine, full member
      World Professional Association for Transgender Health


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