Dr. Larry Chang graduated from the University of the Pacific with his PharmD in 2016 and completed his post-graduate pharmacy residency program at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in 2017 in San Jose, CA. He then started a new clinical pharmacist role at the Valley Homeless Healthcare Program (VHHP), which is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves as Santa Clara County's safety net clinic for patients experiencing homelessness. He obtained board certification in ambulatory care and is recognized as an Advanced Practice Pharmacist by the California Board of Pharmacy.
Dr. Chang currently works as a clinical pharmacist at VHHP where he specializes in chronic disease state management, managing a variety of co-morbidities including diabetes, hypertension, hepatitis C, opioid use disorder, congestive heart failure, and more. As a member of the Diabetes Learning Collaborative for the National Healthcare for the Homeless Council, Dr. Chang co-authored their adapted clinical guidelines on diabetes care in patients experiencing homelessness and has spoken at multiple pharmacy/homeless healthcare conferences and clinics across the nation, educating providers locally and nationally on treating diabetes more effectively.