Nancy Warner

Nurse practitioner Nancy Warner will retire after 38 years, the last 20 with Jackson Medical Group of Goleta and Carpinteria.

After a 43-year-career as a local medical provider, Nancy Warner, family nurse practitioner (FNP), has announced that she will retire at the end of the year.

“It is with mixed emotions that I made the decision to retire at the end of this year,” Warner said.

Warner has worked in the Santa Barbara community for 38 years, the last 20 with Jackson Medical Group of Goleta and Carpinteria. One of Warner’s greatest pleasures was getting to know her patients and their families throughout the years. 

“I have seen children grow into adulthood and I have cared for my long-time patients as they have aged,” Warner reminisced. “I will miss them all.”

Warner has been lauded for her compassionate care and straightforward approach while treating her patients. Warner was recognized by The Angels of Medicine in 2009. And, in 2018, she was named “Person of the Year” by the Santa Barbara Coalition of Nurse Practitioners for her contributions to the Santa Barbara community.

Warner has enjoyed the challenge of providing high-quality medical care in an ever-changing field. “I feel privileged to have been a medical provider,” she said. 

“I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such a wonderful staff. I would like to thank them all for their dedication and assistance.”

As Warner welcomes more leisure time in Carpinteria, she said, “I look forward to seeing many of you on your bikes, walking around town, and at the supermarket!”

 

 

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