Tam Phan

Tam Phan is an expert in HIV pharmacotherapy, travel-related medications and vaccinations, comprehensive medication management, Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and others (LGBTQ+) Care, and integrative medicine.


  • Comprehensive medication management (CMM)
  • HIV pharmacotherapy and health care
  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and others (LGBTQ+) care
  • Travel-related medications and vaccinations
  • Complementary and Integrative Medicine
  • Preventive health care and community health programs
  • Dietary supplements
  • Community Pharmacy

Additional Information

Tam Phan, PharmD is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Pharmacy. Dr. Phan is a community-based and ambulatory care clinician who currently practices at the Los Angeles LGBT Center to deliver specialized patient-centered care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, and people living with HIV. He is also involved in teaching various classes and curriculum development of the USC School of Pharmacy Undergraduate Programs including the Pharmacology and Drug Development major and minor in Science and Management of Biomedical Therapeutics.

He completed postgraduate residency training in community pharmacy practice at the USC School of Pharmacy, where he also received a teaching certificate and his Doctor of Pharmacy. His residency training included providing clinical pharmacy services in the outpatient setting and an extended experience in HIV care at LAC+USC Maternal Child and Adolescent Adult clinic. His practice interests include: primary care, HIV/AIDS care, LGBTQ+ care, comprehensive medication management (CMM), community-based pharmacy practice and operations, integrative medicine, travel health, immunizations, community health, and disease screening, management, and prevention.

Dr. Phan currently serves as the Administrative Chair for Rx Pride, an LGBTQ+ affinity group at the USC School of Pharmacy, Vice-President of Phi Delta Chi Omicron Alumni Association, and Co-Chair of the Dell Scholars Alumni Network as a part of the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation.


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