Founded in 1979, by a group of medical providers and health activists as a clinic for lesbians who lacked access to nonjudgmental, affordable health care, the clinic soon became a model for culturally sensitive community-based health care. The clinic was named after Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin, feminists and well-known LGBTQ civil rights activists.
Today, Lyon-Martin provides primary and preventive healthcare, mental health services and HIV services to all women, including low-income and uninsured, and transgender people.
- Primary care
- HIV-primary care
- Transgender health care
- Gynecologic care
- Breast/chest health services
- Mental health services, including
- Individual and group therapy
- Integrated Behavioral Health
- Referrals to Psychiatric Services
Lyon-Martin Health Services is committed to providing quality, compassionate, innovative care. Our patients are women, lesbians, transgender and genderqueer people. Our patients are diverse in age, diverse in ethnicity and diverse in social circumstance. We advocate for the improved health and healthcare of all people, especially the populations we serve. We understand that we must both provide health care today and shape the health care of tomorrow.
Lyon-Martin is a safe, warm, welcoming environment. We are non-judgmental and down to earth. We recognize each person as unique and value their distinctive point of view. We believe good health means caring for both the body and the mind. We listen to our patients. Our promise is to meet people where they are. Our hope is to help them positively change their life experience.
**NEW HOURS AS OF December 9, 2019**
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday (late hours): 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM -7:00 PM
Monday through Friday: 9AM to 12PM and 1PM to 5PM.
Phone may be answered by HealthRIGHT 360 call center or Lyon-Martin staff
A Medical Provider is on-call during all non-business hours including weekends and holidays:
in case of emergency, call 911
*We cannot email patients*