Santa Barbara Surgery Center has been serving Central California since September 2001. Our physicians are valued and recognized in the community for providing personalized quality care with compassion, dignity and respect. Professional, personal care is provided by highly qualified and experienced registered nurses, operating room technicians and support staff in a comfortable, friendly environment.
As an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC), we offer cost-effective surgical procedures that do not require hospital admission. Patients arrive on the day of the procedure, have the surgery in an operating room fully equipped with state-of-the-art medical technology, and receive care from our experienced nursing staff. We are certified by Medicare and have achieved the distinction of accreditation by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). We are also members of the California Ambulatory Surgery Association (CASA) and the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA). We perform thousands of surgeries per year. Our physicians and surgeons are active members of the Santa Barbara Medical Community.
As a team, we are committed to making your visit with us an exceptional experience.
Why Choose Santa Barbara Surgery Center?
Having too many choices for healthcare can be overwhelming. We’re here to help you pick the best one.
Outpatient surgery in a freestanding non-hospital setting has become widely accepted and a preferred alternative for patients and insurance companies. Here are some of the reasons:
High-Quality Care at a Lower Cost
Santa Barbara Surgery Center offers superior surgical services without the high cost typically charged at a hospital. Patients benefit from our medical professionals’ expertise minus the prohibitive cost that often comes with hospital admissions.
Convenience and Comfort
At SBSC, patients receive excellent care in our facilities and recover from the comfort of their own home. Being in familiar surroundings can help speed up a patient’s recovery.
Low Infection Rate
Incidents of infection at our facilities are extremely low. Unlike hospitals, surgery centers don’t have emergency units where cross-contamination is more likely to occur. Our physicians study each patient’s medical background to monitor health changes that can affect the operation.