Savie Health, a nonprofit clinic offering no-charge health care to the uninsured population in Santa Barbara County and beyond, has added three new physicians to its team of volunteers.

Drs. Gilbert Andersen, Lawrence Li and Hafez Nasr are currently volunteering part-time to see patients at Savie Health’s medical clinic in Lompoc.

The clinic, which relies on volunteers, provides free, high-quality, non-emergency care and offers medical, preventive and behavioral health services. It is open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays at 1111 E. Ocean Ave. Ste. 2.

An internal medicine physician, Dr. Andersen, who is now retired, earned his degree from the University of Irvine Medical School. He opened his general internal medicine practice in Lompoc in 1979 and has practiced medicine in the community for more than 40 years.

Dr. Andersen is board certified in internal medicine and addiction medicine. He has served as chief of staff at Lompoc Valley Medical Center and as medical director of the organization’s Comprehensive Care Center.

A board-certified family physician Dr. Li graduated from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1979. He has extensive cross-cultural health experience, working in Southeast Asia and for the Indian Health Service in the U.S.

In 2005, Dr. Li founded the Lompoc Community Health Center, and later worked with Sansum Clinic and Lompoc Health. He currently works part-time as medical director for Superior Hospice.

Dr. Nasr is also a board-certified family physician. In addition to his volunteer work for Savie Health, he sees patients at Lompoc Valley Medical Center’s North H Center.

Dr. Nasr previously practiced in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years, and was stationed for a time at Vandenberg Space Force Base with the 30th Medical Group. He earned his medical degree in 1998 at William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia.

To learn more about Savie Health’s services or to volunteer or donate, visit For an appointment, call 805-743-4776.