What does Health Care Reform mean to me?
- Preventive care and pre-existing conditions are covered.
- Annual and lifetime caps are banned.
- Insurance companies cannot drop you when you get sick.
- Children can be covered until they are 26 years old.
- Former foster youth can remain on Medi-Cal until age 26.
- There will be general physical health, mental health, and substance abuse services.
- Residents will have a choice of doctors.
PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
What do the Public Health Department Health Care Centers provide?
- A range of health care services are provided by caring compassionate staff.
- An electronic health care record that provides timely access to key information so our health care providers can coordinate your services.
- You receive seamless care with no disruptions.
Where are the Public Health Department Health Care Centers located?
- Public Health Department Health Care Centers are located throughout Santa Barbara County from Carpinteria to Santa Maria. See below for a list of Health Care Center phone numbers and locations.
Who do the Health Care Centers serve?
- All residents with Medicare or Medi-Cal health coverage are encouraged to access our Health Care Centers.
- Indigent residents who do not have access to health care coverage are also served.
*Note: Individuals with private insurance or an insurance provider through Covered California should seek medical services through another provider in the community.
How do I schedule an appointment with a Public Health Care Center?
- Call the Health Care Center near you to schedule an enrollment appointment.
CARPINTERIA HEALTH CARE CENTER
931 Walnut Ave
Carpinteria, CA 93013
FRANKLIN HEALTH CARE CENTER
1136 E. Montecito St
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
SANTA BARBARA HEALTH CARE CENTER
345 Camino Del Remedio
Santa Barbara, CA 93455
LOMPOC HEALTH CARE CENTER
301 N. R ST
Lompoc, CA 93436
SANTA MARIA HEALTH CARE CENTER
2115 S. Centerpointe Pkwy
Santa Maria, CA 93455