Empowering a Healthy Community

  • We insure 1 in 4 people in Santa Barbara County, and 1 in 5 in San Luis Obispo County. We contract with over 275 primary care providers, and have more than 1250 specialist providers.
  • We have been serving Santa Barbara County since 1983 and San Luis Obispo County since 2008.
  • We are known as a local community health plan, and our main program is Medi-Cal.
  • We are committed to making a difference here on the Central Coast, and we live and work in the community we serve.


How We Make a Difference

Those of us that work at CenCal Health strive to make a difference in people’s lives. Read More


Member Testimonials

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Our Programs

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Our Local Community

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Member Testimonial
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August 19, 2019
Since launching its product in 2015, Juul Labs, based in San Francisco, has taken the e-cigarette...
Strong Effort By Lawmakers To Stabilize Covered California Draws More Insurers
August 13, 2019
California’s ACA exchange is not the only one benefiting from the renewed interest of...
Giving Wings to Children with Disabilities at Camp Mariposas Speech and Occupational Therapy Program Funded by CenCal Health
August 07, 2019
Camp Mariposas provides speech, language and occupational therapies to children, primarily...
Doctors Argue Plans To Remedy Surprise Medical Bills Will ‘Shred’ The Safety Net
August 07, 2019
The surprise medical bill legislation is an effort to help consumers who generally mistakenly...