179-183 Fulham Palace Road
020 8483 2801
About the GIC
The West London Gender Identity Clinic at Charing Cross Hospital (CX GIC) is the largest and oldest clinic of its type, dating back to 1966. We accept GP referrals from all over the UK for people with issues related to gender, most commonly gender variance associated with gender dysphoria.
Who we see
We are happy to see any adult wishing to address gender related issues, regardless of whether they have begun a process of transition. If in doubt, seek referral.
Who we don’t see
We don’t see people under 17, those with issues specifically related to sexual dysfunction or sexual orientation in the absence of gender dysphoria. If in doubt, seek referral.
Waiting times for first appointments at the GIC are currently around 12 months from the initial referral. The waiting list varies depending on several factors, including the overall number of referrals received and the current funding situation at both government and local level. We work as fast and efficiently as we can, but we have limited resources and as we are a national service there may be waiting involved.
Legal name change
Home Office change of name guidance (includes advice for non-UK nationals:)
Primary care responsibilities (hormone therapy)
NHS England has produced a guide for GPs about the responsibilities in relation to the prescribing and monitoring of hormone therapy for patients undergoing or having undergone Gender dysphoria treatment.