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Posted on Friday, November 22, 2013 12:19am

Some once financially troubled community clinics on the SouthCoast say they’re now back on track.

Officials with the Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics say they’ve trimmed $1.2 million dollars from their annual budget, and have taken a number of steps to increase revenue.

The three medical clinics, and one dental clinic say they’ve also seen a boost in patients, with the highest ever for a one month period.

And, Trula Breuinger, who was interim CEO for the clinics, and was just made the organization’s permanent CEO.

Topping off the good news is that thanks to a federal grant, the clinics will be able to open a new, 11,000 square foot facility in Goleta, with plans to have it in operation by March.

Read the fully story here: 

https://www.kclu.org/2013/11/22/once-troubled-community-clinics-on-south-coast-say-they-are-now-back-on-track-financially/

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