The Office for Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion works in close partnership with the Vice Chancellor's LGBTQ+ Advisory Council, PRIDE Employee Resource Group, on a number of initiatives, events, and efforts to engage the LGBTQ+ community and allies in community building and advocacy.

The LGBTQ+ Glossary contains definitions for self-paced education.

Learn about the LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Index (HEI) survey and the ECHO Experience, an opportunity to tap into the collaborative power of health center teams and public health experts.

Explore upcoming LGBTQ+ events and educational webinars.

Meet the Vice Chancellor's LGBTQ+ Advisory Council members and learn more how to engage with our community.

For UC Davis/UC Davis Health Employees

Resources for Trans & Non-Binary Employees from Human Resources
UC Davis is committed to supporting trans and non-binary employees in the workplace. We hope you find these resources to be informative and helpful.

 LGBTQ Patient-Centered Care Training Opportunities – FREE & CME accredited!
As a participant of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Annual Healthcare Equality Index, UC Davis Health employees have access to over 60+ different free online and on-demand CME accredited LGBTQ trainings.

Please see the information, instructions and associated links for access to the trainings.

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Gender-Inclusive Restrooms

Example of the gender inclusive restroom signAn example of the gender inclusive restroom signs at UC Davis Health

Gender-inclusive restrooms at UC Davis Health

UC Davis Health is strongly committed to creating and sustaining an environment that supports and values all members of our community – including patients, visitors, students and staff.

In order to provide access and equality in a safe and inclusive environment, UC Davis Health offers gender-inclusive restroom facilities in a number of buildings on the Sacramento campus.

Gender-inclusive restrooms are single-occupancy or single-stall restrooms. Each is marked with the international convention of a triangle within a circle, without gender pictograms.

See a map of facilities with gender-inclusive restrooms.

Installation of the single-occupancy toilet facilities marks the end of the first phase of implementation of gender-inclusive facilities, led by the health's Facilities Design and Construction. The second phase  will consist of remodeling existing facilities when remodeling opportunities present themselves. The third phase establishes policy for the future provision of gender-inclusive restrooms, showers and changing rooms in all new UC Davis facilities.

For questions or concerns, contact Ceasor Dennis at