All Gender Restrooms
Renown is pleased to offer 38 all-gender restrooms in the public access areas of our facilities with clear posted signage that allows all individuals to use the restroom that aligns with their gender identity.
We are proud that the senior leader in each of the following areas have completed “LGBTQ Patient-Centered Care: An Executive Briefing” training an introduction to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) identities and understands diversity as a health issue, discrimination—specifically in healthcare, social issues, and strategies for delivering accessible and affirming healthcare. In addition, this series discusses policy and accreditation changes related to serving LGBTQ patients and identifies ways to assist health care facilities in creating inclusive environments for LGBTQ patients. This training is provided through the Human Rights Campaign Foundation through The Center for Affiliated Learning (The CAL). This includes the highest-ranking staff members at Renown Heal
In addition, all physicians, medical providers and employees have free HEI training options available through the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center AND The CAL. In addition, 100% of Renown team members receive training in LGBTQ Patient-Centered Care on an annual basis.
Caroline Barangan, MD
Kathryn L Eckert, MD
All patients may be seen with an On Demand Video Visit or in the office.
75 Pringle Way, Suite 505, Reno NV 89502
8am - 430pm (M-F)
Closed for lunch 12pm -1pm
Evaluated, Counseled and Coordination of Care:
We are pleased to provide access and resources through the Northern Nevada Transgender Resource Guide.
The Renown Health team has procedures and practices aimed at eliminating bias and insensitivity, and ensuring appropriate, welcoming interactions with transgender patients in the following areas. Training is conducted annually.
Renown’s electronic health records offer a way to explicitly capture the following information.
Does your EHR offer a way to record that the patient's gender identity differs from the sex they were assigned at birth and/or the gender shown on any identification, insurance, or other documents used in admitting/registration? Yes, this information may be recorded via explicit options.
Renown Health’s electronic health records use a two-question process to collect data on gender identity (ie. first asking current gender identity and then asking sex assigned at birth.