Caring Experts in LGBTQ+ Health

Finding the right health care provider isn't always easy. It can be especially challenging for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) individuals.

Here at Cooper University Health Care, you'll find a team of caring, supportive providers who are dedicated to meeting your all of your health care needs.

Meet Your Health Care Team

Primary Care

Justin Schweitzer

Justin Schweitzer, DO (he, him, his)
Medical Director, LGBTQ+ Health and Primary Care at Cooper Care Alliance

Dr. Schweitzer is a primary care physician who has worked extensively to improve accessibility to health care for members of the LGBTQ+ community. He has worked with the New Jersey Department of Health to implement and launch TelePrEP – a program connecting patients throughout the state to primary care physicians who can prescribe the proper preventative medication virtually, via telemedicine.  He also is knowledgeable in gender-affirming hormone therapy and has been managing transgender and non-binary patients since 2018.

Lori A. Atkinson

Lori A. Atkinson, MD (she, her, hers)
Primary Care Physician

Dr. Atkinson is a family physician who is dedicated to delivering compassionate and comprehensive care and enjoys caring for the LGBTQ+ community. She offers general wellness care, full spectrum reproductive health care (including gynecologic procedures such as IUD insertions), gender-affirming hormone therapy, and PrEP for HIV prevention.

Maya Bass

Maya A. Bass, MD, MA, FAAFP (she, her, hers)
Primary Care Physician

Dr. Bass is a family physician who enjoys caring for patients of all ages. She specializes in primary care of underserved populations and reproductive health including gender-affirming hormone therapy to patients across the gender spectrum. She also offers PrEP for HIV prevention and full spectrum family planning including prenatal care.

Mara Gordon

Mara Gordon, MD (she, her, hers)
Primary Care Physician

Dr. Gordon is a family physician who enjoys caring for families, from newborns to geriatrics. She has an interest in LGBTQ+ health care and provides gender-affirming hormone therapy to patients across the gender spectrum in addition to PrEP for HIV prevention. She is also eager to provide general primary care and reproductive health care to LGBTQ+ patients in a welcoming and non-judgmental environment.

Michelle Henritzy

Michelle Henritzy, APN, FNP-BC (she, her, hers)
Primary Care Advanced Practice Nurse

Michelle is a board-certified nurse practitioner in Family Medicine with a focus on patient-centered care and harm reduction. She has been with Cooper Family Medicine in Marlton since 2019. She provides primary care across the lifespan and across the gender spectrum in addition to PrEP for HIV prevention. Michelle is able to provide general primary care and reproductive health care to all patients in an open and safe environment.


Sean Kirker

S. Ryan Kirker, MS, PA-C (he/him, they/them)
Primary Care Physician Assistant

Ryan is a board-certified physician assistant providing general primary care with a special interest in LGBTQ+ health care. He is welcoming new patients to include care such as gender affirming hormone therapy, PrEP for HIV prevention, wellness visits, vaccinations, and more. Ryan is dedicated to providing quality medical care in a space that is safe, inclusive, and affirming to all.


Surgical Care

Steven Bonawitz

Steven C. Bonawitz, MD, FACS (he, him, his)
Head, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Bonawitz has been at Cooper since 2015. He received his medical degree from the State University of New York Health Sciences Center at Syracuse and completed his residency in plastic surgery at the University of Rochester Medical Center. He completed a fellowship in craniofacial surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Bonawitz was a member of the faculties at the University of Pittsburgh and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine before assuming the position of Division Head of Plastic Surgery at Cooper University Health Care. Dr. Bonawitz specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the breast, including top surgery procedures.

Lucia Garcia Diaz

Lucía Díaz Garcia, MD (she, her, hers)

Dr. Díaz Garcia is an otolaryngologist who is fellowship-trained in laryngology. She has an interest in providing care to the LGBTQ+ community and has experience managing transgender voice needs. Dr. Diaz Garcia offers the Wendler glottoplasty for voice feminization. She works in conjunction with our speech therapists and is committed to providing patient-centric and holistic treatment plans to ensure the best possible voice outcome.

Ronak Gor

Ronak Gor, DO (he, him, his)
Director of Genitourinary Reconstruction and Trauma

Dr. Gor is a reconstructive urologist who focuses on improving the urinary and sexual health of all patients. His training in urethral reconstruction allows him to manage challenging conditions such as stricture and fistula. He also performs testicular removals (orchiectomy), scrotoplasty, penile implants, Peyronie’s disease surgery, and penile cosmetic surgery. He is passionate about improving the dialogue between patients and doctors regarding sexual dysfunction in the LGBTQ+ community. Dr. Gor currently partners with the Philadelphia chapter of the Advocacy and Services for LGBT Elders (SAGE) and is always looking for opportunities to meet with individuals and groups in the South Jersey area. Dr. Gor does not perform gender-affirming bottom surgeries, but is able to manage complications that may follow.

Ryan Gruner

Ryan Allen Gruner, MD (he, him, his)
Breast Surgeon

Dr. Gruner a fellowship-trained breast surgeon who has performed gender-affirming top surgery for trans men in the southern New Jersey and Philadelphia areas for many years. His staff takes pride in their knowledge and sensitivity toward our patients in this community and go above and beyond to make every step as comfortable as possible.​

Martha Matthews, MD

Martha S. Matthews, MD, FACS (she, her, hers)
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Dr. Matthews is a plastic surgeon with more than 30 years of experience in providing cosmetic and reconstructive surgery to both adults and children. She is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is the recipient of a number of Top Doctors awards. Dr. Matthews offers gender-affirming top surgery, other body contouring, and facial surgery for transmen, transwomen, and non-binary patients.

Adarsh Yagnik

Adarsh Yagnik, DMD, MBS (he, him, his)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

Dr. Yagnik is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who works closely with our physicians to provide care for the LGBTQ+ community. He offers surgical procedures with a focus on oral and facial reconstruction; jaw, midface, forehead, and orbital remodeling; orthognathic surgery; upper lip lift; buccal fat pad reduction; and dental implants.

Kay Flannery

Kay Yoon-Flannery, DO, MPH, FACS, FACOS (she, her, hers)
Co-Director and Breast Surgeon, Janet Knowles Breast Cancer Center

Dr. Flannery is a fellowship-trained breast surgeon who has worked to improve accessibility to health care for members of the LGBTQ+ community, with a particular interest in bringing appropriate surgical management to patients considering top surgery. She is familiar with transgender and non-binary patients and hopes to continue improving this care in the LGBTQ+ community.


Specialty Care


Osheen Abramian, MD (he/him/his)
Interventional Pulmonologist

Dr. Abramian is an interventional pulmonologist who specializes in lung cancer screening, as well as diagnosing lung cancer and treating symptoms related to effects from lung cancer. Moreover, he has particular interest in aiding patients with smoking cessation. Members of the LGBTQ+ community face higher rates of mental health issues, which can be worsened especially when individuals also have lung disease. Vaping and smoking rates are higher in the LGBTQ+ community and thus face higher rates of smoking related illnesses. The tobacco industry targets LGBTQ+ communities to encourage and normalize smoking through direct advertisement as well as depicting smoking as a regular facet of their lifestyle. Because of increased rates of smoking, they are more prone to smoking related lung cancer. Dr. Abramian is also sensitive to issues of biases in healthcare discrimination against the LGBTQ community and offers culturally appropriate medical care.”


Mental Health Care


Michael DeAngleo, PsyD (he/him/his)
Clinical Health Psychologist

Dr. DeAngelo is a health psychologist based primarily in the Early Intervention Program (EIP). He has experience with HIV-related mental health concerns, serious and persistent mental illness, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, as well as LGBTQ+ health care. Through the EIP, Dr. DeAngelo provides evaluations prior to initiating gender-affirming hormone therapy, surgeries, and psychotherapy.

Phil Fizur

Philip J. Fizur, PsyD (he/him/his)
Clinical Health Psychologist

Dr. Fizur is a health psychologist focused mainly on adult integrated primary care. He has an interest in LGBTQ+ health care and provides evaluations prior to initiating gender-affirming hormone therapy and surgeries, as well as psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is not limited to LGBTQ+ issues; anyone seeking treatment for depression, anxiety, or other issues related to their health and well-being are welcomed in a welcoming and non-judgmental environment.

Christina Goodwin

Christina Goodwin, PhD (she/her/hers)
Clinical Health Psychologist

Dr. Goodwin is committed to enhancing the well-being of the LGBTQ+ community at Cooper. She understands that the decision to undergo hormone therapy and/or gender-affirming surgeries is an important, and exciting, life event! To that end, she provides thorough, sensitive, and time-efficient assessments for individuals seeking gender-affirming hormone therapies and surgeries. Further, she provides evidence-based psychotherapy to treat depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Assessments are completed in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at 3 Cooper Plaza (Sheridan Pavilion) in Camden, New Jersey.

Cori McMahon

Cori E. McMahon, PsyD (she, her, hers)
Clinical Health Psychologist

Dr. McMahon is a health psychologist focused in integrated primary care and providing services in the Early Intervention Program (EIP) since 2014. She has experience with HIV-related health concerns, LGBTQ+ health care, and the management of chronic health conditions like cancer or diabetes. She is able to work with patients seeking evaluations in preparation for gender-affirming hormone therapy and surgeries and is also happy to help patients seeking to address more specific health challenges like pain, sexual functioning, or the desire to quit smoking.


Gynecologic Care

Kathleen Schaeffer

Kathleen Schaeffer, DO, FACOG (she, her, hers)

Dr. Schaeffer is an OB/GYN with interest in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery and providing patient-centered care. She provides gynecologic screening and gender-affirming hysterectomies since 2019. She has been in practice since 2005, with offices in Camden and Washington Township.

Amanda Malik

Amanda K. Malik, MD, MPH (she, her, hers)

Dr. Malik is an OB/GYN physician with a master’s in Public Health. She aims to provide compassionate care to all patients, including those in the LGBTQ+ community. She offers routine screening as well as surgical care. She currently sees patients in Marlton and Washington Township.


Voice Therapy

Holly Bodony

Holly Bodony, MS, CCC-SLP (she, her, hers)
Speech/Language Pathologist

Holly Bodony is a Speech-Language Pathologist who believes in using individualized, evidence-based treatment with a holistic, person-centered approach for her clients to improve overall quality of life and maximize independence.

Maggie Madamba

Maggie Madamba, MS, CCC-SLP (she, her, hers)
Speech/Language Pathologist

Maggie Madamba is a Speech-Language Pathologist with an interest in gender-affirmation voice therapy. She enjoys using evidence-based and functional techniques to help clients develop voicing that better reflects their true selves.


HIV Care

Additional support to those in the LGBTQ+ community is available through Cooper’s Early Intervention Program (EIP) team. Cooper’s EIP is committed to improving the health and well-being of those infected with or affected by HIV in southern New Jersey through high-quality, compassionate medical care and support services, community education, and early detection, regardless of ability to pay. For an appointment, call 856.963.3715