The Loma Linda University PGY1 Behavioral Health Integration Incentive Program (BHIIP) – Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program provides its residents with a unique experience in the ambulatory care setting to work directly with patients who have mental health conditions and concomitant chronic diseases.

The PGY1 BHIIP – Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program is funded through the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to improve physical and behavioral health outcomes, care delivery efficiency, and patient experience by establishing fully integrated care for patients with chronic medical and behavioral health issues.

The residents will develop the knowledge, attitude, and skills necessary to become an advanced pharmaceutical care practitioner. The program is structured to suit the individual needs of the resident and to provide an environment of quality training and pharmaceutical care.

The PGY1 BHIIP – Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program offers residents more than a dozen choices for their three elective rotations. With inpatient and outpatient rotations available such as pediatrics, oncology, transplant, and emergency medicine, Loma Linda University can provide the resident with an engaging and diverse year of clinical experiences. 


  • Patient-care related activities including participating in rounds, patient chart reviews, and providing drug information
  • Prepare presentations such as journal clubs and in-services for various medical teams
  • Completion of a Teaching Certificate Program
  • Precept professional student organizations and associated community service events
  • Completion of a formal research project, including a written manuscript and presentation at Western States Conference
  • Contribution of an article to the Department of Pharmacy quarterly newsletter
  • Completion of staffing requirements
  • Present one hour of accredited continuing education to pharmacists


Residents enrolled in the PGY1 Program will participate in the Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program. The goal of the program is to provide participants the experience and guidance necessary to understand and apply current educational issues in pharmacy education. Each participant must meet the following requirements:

  1.  Attend teaching seminars
  2. Give a minimum of one didactic lecture (1-hour minimum)
  3.  Engage in a longitudinal teaching experience in the PY3 curriculum which includes developing and leading case discussions
  4. Develop a teaching dossier
  5. Co-precept an APPE or IPPE student, if assigned
  6. Develop a written statement of teaching philosophy


  • Behavioral Health Pharmacy Clinic
  • Hospital Practice
  • Ambulatory Care


  • Academia
  • Cardiology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Infectious Disease
  • Informatics
  • ICU (Medical, Neonatal, Pediatric, Surgical)
  • Medication Safety
  • Oncology, Adult and Pediatric
  • Psychiatry
  • Transplant (Bone marrow and Solid organ)

Contact Information

Huy Le, PharmD

Huy Le, PharmD

Director, PGY1 BHIIP – Ambulatory Care Residency Program
Loma Linda University Medical Center
11234 Anderson Street, Loma Linda, CA 92350
Phone: (909) 558-4500, Ext. 83885