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UCSB graduate to take over Santa Barbara Herb Clinic

Pham: "He was truly a leading light"

UCSB graduate to take over Santa...

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - More than a year after a local practitioner and his family were murdered in their home in the unincorporated area of Santa Barbara County, the Santa Barbara Herb Clinic is reopening May 1.

Tram Pham, a UC Santa Barbara and Yo San University of Traditional Chinese medicine graduate, was chosen by the administrators of Dr. Henry Han and his family’s estate to take over the clinic and its patients. Pham has been practicing for four years as a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist.

“I am truly humbled by the opportunity to lead the Santa Barbara Herb Clinic and serve Santa Barbara’s all-natural, holistic health care needs. My passion is healing others, and in Santa Barbara there is no better setting to do so. I recognize this is a great responsibility, and I consider it an honor to follow in the footsteps of a pioneering healer like Dr. Han as he was truly a leading light in the field. I will dedicate myself to continuing his impactful work. I look forward to meeting Dr. Han’s past patients and developing a quick rapport with each,” said Tram Pham.

The grand re-opening of the Santa Barbara Herb Clinic will take place Monday at 3760 State Street, Suite 102.

New and returning patients are encouraged to call 805-563-0222 or email info@santabarbaraherbclinic.com to book appointments.

Pham sat down with Reporter Vicky Nguyen to discuss the journey it took re-open a clinic to help thousands of people who depended on Dr. Han.

 


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