Jennifer Rehm MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Pediatric Endocrinology)

Specialty medical provider

The Pediatric and Adolescent Transgender Health (PATH) Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin provides education about medical care options for transgender and gender-nonconforming children and adolescents.

We can provide the full spectrum of care, from simple observation and guidance to hormone (puberty) suppression and hormone affirming therapy. We provide age-appropriate care to wide age range of children and adolescents.

Our Services
The PATH Team strives to provide gender-nonconforming and transgender children and their families with comprehensive education and resources about the options available in medically supporting gender affirmation or transition.

We provide support resources to connect children and families with related experiences. Patient and family comfort is a top priority, and we encourage parents to ask any questions call us with questions or concerns.

Provider’s Gender: Woman

Provider’s Pronouns: she/her

Provider’s Sexual Orientation: Queer

Provider’s Race: White/European descent

Provider’s Languages: English

Language Interpreters Available: Yes

Cost for Language Interpreters: None

Insurance Accepted by Provider: Unity / Quartz, Blue Cross, Dean, Title 19, BadgerCare Plus, Wisconsin Medicaid, Private insurance, Medicaid, PPLUS, GHC, Tricare, United

Other Payment Options Available: Installment payments, If uninsured or underinsured, the UW does have a Community Care program and a Medication Assistance Program that can help with medical bills

Types of Visits Offered by Provider: Office visits, Services at community organizations, Phone consultation/counseling/etc.

Area(s) of Specialty: Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes

Types of hormone services provided: Initiate hormone therapy, Continue/maintain hormone therapy from previous prescription, Continue/maintain hormone therapy from previous non-prescription use (DIY, “street,” etc.), Hormone-related monitoring/blood testing (CBC, liver/kidney function, lipid panel, etc.), Initiate puberty blockers/GnRH agonists, Continue/maintain puberty blockers/GnRH agonists from previous prescription, Onsite injection required (patient must return for each dose), Safe intramuscular (IM) injection training for patients, Safe subcutaneous injection training for patients, Puberty blocker injections are given onsite (or by a local medical provider), we also other placement of histrelin (GnRH agonist) implants which last up to 2 years.

Other transition-related care provided: Surgical consultation, Surgery, Mental health screening, System navigation

Other health services available at office: Laboratory, Phlebotomy, X-Ray, MRI/CT, Ultrasound, Pharmacy

Types of Transition-related Letters Provided: Gender marker change, Name change, “Carry” letters, Gender Confirmation surgery

Letter requirements: Informed Consent, Must be engaged in care with you beyond initial appointment

Types of ID accepted to receive services No ID Required

How old must a person be to receive services? 1

Parent/guardian consent required for minors under age 18 to receive care? Yes

Accepting new patients? Yes

Informed Consent model for transition care Yes
Large volume of Trans patients Yes
2+ years’ experience working with Trans people Yes
5+ years’ experience working with Trans people Yes
10+ years’ experience working with Trans people No
Significant experience monitoring hormones for Trans patients Yes
Significant experience monitoring puberty blockers for Trans patients Yes
Intake forms are Trans inclusive (paper and/or electronic) Yes
Patients can easily change name and/or gender in records Yes
Has process in place to allow different name and/or gender marker in records and for insurance/billing No
Correct name and gender on all records and print-outs (wristbands, orders, lab results, etc.), regardless of legal name or gender No
“All Gender” bathrooms available onsite Yes
All bathrooms onsite are “All Gender” No
Has received training in providing Trans affirming care Yes
All staff in practice/office have received training in providing Trans affirming care Yes
Enforces Trans-inclusive nondiscrimination & anti-harassment policies Yes
All services are open for people of all genders n/a
Gender-specific services open for Trans people based on identity and/or comfort, not legal or birth-assigned sex n/a

University of Wisconsin American Family Children's Hospital and Clinics
1675 Highland Ave, Wisconsin Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53792

Business Hours

Monday: 8-5
Tuesday: 8-5
Wednesday: 8-5
Thursday: 8-5
Friday: 8-5
Saturday: call
Sunday: call

Office Location Type: A clinic (containing other providers affiliated with your system/business/etc.), A hospital

Is Provider Office Accessible/ADA-compliant? Yes

Parking/Transportation Available at Provider Office? Free parking lot/structure, Within 1 block of a bus line/other public transit

Contact Information

 (608) 263-6420