Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics provides high quality, comprehensive, affordable healthcare to all people, regardless of their ability to pay, in an environment that fosters respect, compassion and dignity.


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It’s not just a job, it’s a calling.

We offer generous salaries and excellent benefits including:

  • Sign on incentives
  • Reoccurring productivity incentives
  • Medical, dental and vision PPO plans
  • Full time, 30 – 40 hours per week
  • Vacation, sick time and 10 paid holidays per year
  • 403(b) and 457(b) retirement plans
  • Opportunity for HRSA loan repayment
  • HPSA score – 18

Visit our career page, contact or call 805.617.7857

New Chiropractic Service at our Eastside Neighborhood Clinic

With Santiago Munoz-Briones, DC joining Luis Diaz, DC, SBNC now offers chiropractic treatments on a daily basis at our Eastside Neighborhood Clinic. On referral from your Primary Care Physician, any SBNC patient may be seen and evaluated by our chiropractors. Between the two of them, they offer a wide breadth and depth of experience evaluating and managing musculoskeletal conditions that may be causing patients pain or dysfunction. Please ask your PCP if a chiropractic evaluation is right for you!

SBNC’s New Psychiatric Services

SBNC welcomes Peter Barnett, PA, who specializes in the evaluation and medical management of patients with a wide variety of mental health issues. He has broad and deep experience in the field of psychiatry and will help our primary care providers to make more accurate psychiatric diagnoses and to prescribe more accurately and effectively with the goal of improving patients’ lives and function without causing undue medication side effects. Peter is available for appointments for established SBNC patients only, upon referral from their PCP.

Westside Clinic Recognized for Childhood Immunization Rate

The California Department of Public Health Immunization Branch and American Academy of Pediatrics, California has awarded a Certificate of Achievement to the Westside Neighborhood Clinic for outstanding achievement in immunizing our patients.

The immunization coverage for toddlers who receive their immunizations from Westside Neighborhood Clinic is 74%, surpassing the goal of 70% set by the Vaccines for Children Program. These immunizations include DTaP, Polio, MMR, HiB, HepB, Varicella, and PCV vaccines for two-year-old patients. This is an exceptional achievement for any immunization program. 

What’s New at SBNC?

Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity?

The SBNC Board of Directors is seeking female bilingual volunteer.

This is a unique opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors (BOD) of a Health Center with extensive reach in providing a critical service to an underserved population.  It is a high impact organization and the Board provides critical input and oversight.

Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics (SBNC) is a non-profit organizations in Santa Barbara.  SBNC provides a wide range of primary healthcare services to underserved communities within Santa Barbara, Goleta and Carpinteria.  These services include primary care, oral health care, behavioral health, and specialty services. We take care of approximately 20,000 patients who have about 80,000 visits per year at our 7 locations.

SBNC is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) as designated by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).  HRSA is a federal agency that provides direct funding and ensures SBNC meets its compliance obligations. SBNC serves patients from all walks of life; however, the majority are uninsured or covered by Medi-Cal. No one is turned away, and Sliding Fee Discount Program charges are based on each individual’s ability to pay.

At this point, we are looking for female Hispanic board members who are either already receiving care at our clinics or are willing to become a patient and utilize at least one of our high quality services such as medical, dental, behavioral health, chiropractic or acupuncture services that we currently offer. 

If you are interested in this volunteering opportunity and meet the criteria, please reach out to Luanna Guitierrez.

SBNC’s Mobile Clinic Takes to the Streets

Mayor Randy Rowse brings out the big scissors to cut the ribbon on our new Medical and Behavioral Health Mobile Unit | Credit: Callie Fausey

SBNC has put an exam room on wheels. Well, it’s actually two private exam rooms, a bathroom, vaccine storage, and a whole host of medical equipment for checking up on the people who can’t make it out to a clinic themselves. It’s a rudimentary but ingenious suggestion to solve a complex problem: If people can’t come to the clinic, why not bring the clinic to them? The new “Medical and Behavioral Health Mobile Unit” — as well as a separate van for dentistry that’s still in the works — will be hitting the streets this fall to do exactly that.

The $300,000 mobile unit (paid for by one anonymous donor) will reach schools across Santa Barbara and Goleta, as well as senior centers, health fairs, agricultural sites, and other locations. It’ll be staffed by a medical provider, medical assistant, behavioral health specialist, and a nurse.

Read the full article in the Santa Barbara Independent

COVID vaccines and boosters are available at all of our clinics. 

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Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics is proud to announce our sixth 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. Only 12% of charities receive at least 6 consecutive 4-star evaluations, indicating that our organization demonstrates strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency.