Plans & Costs

Our care is accessible and affordable.

Membership

$79/month

Best for budgeting your medical costs and the lowest cost per month of all HRT providers.

  • Individual treatment plan
  • 24/7/365+ access through web/app
  • All virtual and in-person visits
  • Ongoing progress monitoring
  • Written prescriptions*
  • All labwork
  • Letters for gender marker change
  • Medical letters of support for surgery
  • Injection training and instructions
  • No set-up costs or hidden fees
  • Auto-billed each month

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*Cost of medications not included
Lowest cost membership plan available in the market

Insurance

Plan-specific

Best for taking advantage of your current healthcare plan to reduce out-of-pocket costs.

  • Individual treatment plan
  • 24/7/365+ access through web/app
  • All virtual and in-person visits
  • Ongoing progress monitoring
  • Written prescriptions*
  • All labwork
  • Letters for gender marker change
  • Medical letters of support for surgery
  • Injection training and instructions

Get Started Today

*Cost of medications depends on your plan

Self-pay

$149-299/visit

Best if you are without insurance and not ready for a monthly membership.

$299 first visit
$149 follow-up visits
$99 labwork*

  • Individual treatment plan
  • 24/7/365+ access through web/app
  • All virtual and in-person visits
  • Ongoing progress monitoring
  • Written prescriptions**
  • All labwork
  • Letters for gender marker change
  • Medical letters of support for surgery
  • Injection training and instructions

Get Started Today

*Some insurance plans may pay for labwork
**Cost of medications not included

Financial Assistance

TitleDescriptionLocation
Campaign for Southern Equality – Southern Trans Youth Emergency ProjectProviding grants, patient navigation support, and accurate information to impacted families in the South to ensure that youth can access the care they need and deserve, even in the face of oppressive lawsU.S.
Point of Pride – HRT Access FundProviding direct financial assistance to trans folks who cannot afford their gender-affirming hormone replacement therapy. Applications are open from June 15–July 31. U.S.
QMed Travel AssistanceQMed is offering travel assistance for minors in banned states by request. Contact us to learn more.U.S.
Trans Empowerment ProjectProviding financial assistance to trans* individuals for their hormone prescriptions and other life needsU.S.
We Are Family – Trans Love FundProviding funding for a full spectrum of needs for transgender people in South CarolinaSC
HealthWell Pediatric Assistance FundUp to $3,000 financial assistance with prescription drug or biologic therapies, devices or other treatment cost shares related to a child's chronic or life-altering condition.
U.S.

Please help us deliver much-needed transgender care to all –
including the most vulnerable.

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Medication Costs

It’s often challenging to predict insurance coverage for specific medications. To estimate your out-of-pocket expenses, we recommend checking prices on GoodRx (or a similar discount site).

When looking up medications, here are the names and typical doses of commonly used medicines:

  • Testosterone cypionate (a 1ml vial typically lasts 2-4 weeks)
  • Estradiol tablets (typical dose is 2-6mg per day)
  • Estradiol patches (typical dose is 0.025-0.1mg/day, applied twice weekly)
  • Estradiol valerate injections (a 5ml vial typically lasts 2-3 months)
  • Spironolactone (typical dose is 200mg per day)
  • Bicalutamide (typical dose is 50mg per day)
  • Progesterone (typical dose is 100mg per day)

Insurance

Some important notes:

  1. Verify your annual deductible, as you might be charged the full price even if we accept your plan.
  2. It’s wise to call your insurance and confirm if Dr. Isabel Lowell is in-network, particularly for Blue Cross.
  3. Even if we don’t accept your insurance, your plan may still cover labwork and/or medications.

What’s an annual deductible?


Plans we accept:

  • Aetna
  • Amerigroup
  • Some Blue Cross plans
  • Caresource
  • Cigna (except for Cigna Local Plus and Cigna Connect)
  • Humana
  • Kaiser (requires a referral from your Kaiser PCP)
  • Some Oscar plans
  • Peachstate
  • PHCS
  • United
  • Medicaid in Georgia only (no other states)

Plans we do not accept:

  • Ambetter
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid (except for Georgia)
  • Tricare
  • Cigna Local Plus
  • Cigna Connect

QueerMed resolutely opposes the Texas Attorney General’s request for patient data.

In response to the recent inquiry from the Texas Attorney General regarding patient data, we wish to assert with utmost conviction that this request appears to be a deliberate effort to deter healthcare providers who offer gender-affirming care, as well as the families and individuals who seek such services beyond the confines of Texas and other states where prohibitive legislation exists.

It is imperative to clarify QueerMed’s unwavering stance on this matter: under no circumstances shall we disclose any HIPAA-protected patient information. Our operations are fully compliant with legal standards, and we are committed to continuing our provision of lawful care in states that have not opted to subordinate patient welfare to political agendas.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us.