Episode 20: Queer Womxn's Health ft. Angie Magaña, CNM, WHNP

Source : Photograph of activist Audre Lorde

Source: Photograph of activist Audre Lorde


Many opportunities are missed to test, treat, educate and advocate regarding medical and social concerns of queer womxn. Today, we chat with Angie Magaña, a womxn's health nurse practitioner and founder of the Audre Lorde Health Program at the LA LGBT Center, regarding the extreme health disparities affecting lesbian, bisexual, and queer womxn.


Meet Angie

Angie provides culturally competent, quality health and wellness care in a Federally Qualified Health Clinic setting serving primarily Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender persons. Her focus and specialization is in pelvic, endocrine and sexual health of transgender persons and sexual minority women. Angie’s creates a safe space where compassionate, patient centered health care can be delivered utilizing a holistic approach and multiple modalities. Angie is the founder of the Audre Lorde Health Program at the LA LGBT Center. She graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a master’s degree in nursing with a focus in women’s health and midwifery. In addition to working clinically, Angie is part of the Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer Women’s Health Collaborative organized by UCLA Women’s Health Education and Research Center. Her passion and drive to do better for the queer community is contagious and we are humbled to learn from her.

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