Our Santa Barbara community clinic offers the following comprehensive healthcare services:
Preventive and Chronic Care
- Family Practice
- Women’s Health
- Confidential HIV & STD Testing
- Family Planning Services
- Minor office procedures
- Laboratory Services
- School Physicals
- Sports Physicals
- Urgent appointments for sick children
- Diabetes Management
Meet our Medical Providers
Dr. Bradley Hope
Medical Director, Family Care Physician
Dr. Bradley Hope is board certified in Family Practice and Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). He has been the Medical Director at AIHS since September 2016, and he has been working at AIHS since 2006. He is proud and honored to be working at AIHS and serving the local Chumash Community that he loves. Dr. Hope was born and raised in Hawaii, and he grew up near the Ahuimanu River and the Ko’olau mountains. He is part-Native Hawaiian, Native American, Filipino, Portuguese, English, Irish, German, Ashkenazi, and North African. While growing up in Hawaii, he went to a Native Hawaiian private school called The Kamehameha Schools, in Kapalama, Oahu. Dr. Hope earned his B.A. degree in Anthropology and his medical degree at the University of Hawaii in Manoa. In medical school, he received the Native Hawaiian Health Professions Scholarship and was elected president of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA). Later, he was appointed Co-Chief Resident at White Memorial Medical Center Family Practice Department where he learned medical Spanish in East Los Angeles. After residency training, he worked for four years in Wahiawa, Hawaii, at the Medical Arts Clinic and then relocated to work at the Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics in Isla Vista for four years. Dr. Hope is published on the topics of Hawaiian asthma, Hawaiian health history, Hawaiian herbal medicine, and mold related illnesses. He is a member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) and ‘Ahahui O Na Kauka, a Native Hawaiian Physicians organization. Doctor Hope’s medical philosophy is centered on ALOHA (caring, respect, love), Mana (our innate sacred power or energy), Pono (excellence and hope), Lokahi (balance), finding the causes of illnesses, and empowering patients to learn how to take care of themselves holistically and optimizing their natural healing capacities. His special interests in his clinic are nutritional medicine, mental illness, addiction, and environmental medicine. Dr. Bradley Hope lives with his family near the Santa Ynez River.
Dr. Hollanda Leon
Family Practice Physician
Dr. Leon has been a Family Practice Physician at American Indian Health & Services since 2003 and previously served as the clinic’s Medical Director until 2016. She received her B.S. in Biology from University of California at Irvine and her Medical Degree from the UCLA School of Medicine. Dr. Leon completed her Internship and Residency in Family Practice at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles. She is Board Certified in Family Practice and is fluent in Spanish.
Dr. Julia Delgado, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Dr. Delgado has been a pediatrician at American Indian Health & Services since 2007. She received her B.A. in Biology from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas and her MD degree from University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Delgado completed her residency in Pediatrics at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center. She is Board certified in Pediatrics and is fluent in Spanish.
Dr. Erica Lambert
Dr. Lambert has been a pediatrician at American Indian Health & Services since 2011. She received her BA in Physiology at University of California, Santa Barbara and her medical degree at Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Dr. Lambert completed her Internship and Residency in Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. She is board certified in Pediatrics and is fluent in medical Spanish.
Dr. Rebecca Golgert
Dr. Golgert joined the American Indian Health Services Clinic in 2016, but has been an otolaryngologist in Santa Barbara since 2008. She received her B.A. at Ohio Wesleyan University and went to medical school at Loyola Chicago-Stritch. She completed her otolaryngology training at Medical College of Wisconsin and worked on the faculty for two years before moving to Santa Barbara. She is board certified in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and is conversant in medical Spanish.
Ashley Raum, MSN, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner
Ashley received her BSN from the University of Florida in 2007 and worked as a Registered Nurse in pediatrics and as a community health volunteer with the Peace Corps before returning for her Masters. She then received her MSN from the University of Florida and is ANCC board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Ashley is interested in diabetes care and completed a practicum at Mayo Clinic’s Endocrinology Department in Jacksonville, Florida. She is thrilled to join American Indian Health & Services and looks forward to serving this community.
Tina Carbajal, PA-C, MPAP, MPH
Family Practice Physician Assistant
Tina Carbajal has been with American Indian Health & Services since 2013. Prior to joining AIHS, Tina received her Master of Public Health, Epidemiology from UCLA. She worked as a Research Analyst and Project Coordinator for the Varicella Active Surveillance Project through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health before returning to school to become a Physician Assistant. She then received her Master of Physician Assistant Practice from USC in 2011. She is fluent in Spanish.
Regina Barukh, MSN, FNP-C, RN
Family Nurse Practitioner
Gina received her Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA in 2010 and worked for a public health organization in Arusha, Tanzania immediately following graduation. Her work as a community health educator lead her to return to the United States and pursue a degree in nursing. Gina attended Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing in Atlanta, Georgia and earned her BSN degree in 2014 and MSN degree in 2016. She is interested in preventative medicine, women’s health, obstetrics and infectious disease. She completed a practicum at the women’s health clinic at Grady Hospital’s Ponce de Leon Center, one of the most comprehensive HIV/AIDS treatment centers in the country. Gina is excited to be back in her home state of California, to serve the community and to incorporate her dual specialties into practice at AIHS.
Stacey Breshears, MS, RD
Stacey received her BA in Biology from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. She then went on to earn her MS in Nutrition & Dietetics from Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California. Through this program she completed her supervised practice hours in a variety of settings including Loma Linda University Medical Center, Riverside County Department of Public Health, Castle Medical Center in Kailua, HI, and The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, HI. Stacey is pursuing certification as a diabetes educator and also serves as a Nutrition Instructor at Allan Hancock College.
To make an appointment:
Please call the Medical Clinic at 805-681-7144