"Strengthening health care in the safety net"
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CORONAVIRUS 2019 RESOURCES
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THANK YOU TO OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR YOUR SUPPORT !
THANK YOU to IEHP for their donation of 10,000 masks!
A special thank you to IEHP for their generous donation of critical PPE. Our member health centers are so grateful to receive these supplies to continue to serve the Inland Empire. THANK YOU!
THANK YOU to Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency and San Bernardino County Fire Department for dropping off over 7,500 masks for our member community health centers!
THANK YOU to Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency for delivering critical supplies for our member community health centers! These supplies will be distributed to frontline staff at member organizations.
Member Spotlight: Sac Health System in San Bernardino is working with IEHP to administer COVID-19 testing for IEHP members. On April, 15 they had more than 40 cars lined up for testing. If you are an IEHP member and are experiencing symptoms call (909) 771-2911 to schedule an appointment.
Member Spotlight: THANK YOU Borrego Health for partnering with the City of Coachella, Twentynine Palms Band of Mission Indians, Desert Healthcare District & Foundation & the County of Riverside to open a COVID-19 testing location in Coachella.
We appreciate the support and hard work of CNECT, our GPO, in helping us acquire crucial supplies during this crisis. Pictured to the left is our staff with some of the supplies we were able to acquire.
Thank you to Riverside County EMS for supplying over 7,000 masks for our member health centers!
Thank you to Riverside County EMS for continuing to supply over 6,000 personal protective equipment for our member community health centers!
Thank you! IEHP for their donation of over 200 hand sanitizers for our member health centers!
Thank you! IEHP for their donation of gowns for our member community health centers! Pictured here is a staff member from Parktree Community Health Center picking up their gowns. We are so grateful for their donation of critical PPE gear!
Thank you to Molina Healthcare for their kind donation of face masks for all front line staff!
Thank you to Molina Healthcare for their donation of 100+ hand sanitizers for all front line staff!
Thank you to Project Face Shield for their kind donation of 1,000 3D printed face shields for frontline staff!
Thank you to San Bernardino Community College District for their kind donation of 3D printed face shields from their students!
THANK YOU! To the volunteers with Let’s Breathe! for donating over 120 handmade face masks for our member community health centers.
Pictured to the left are member organizations; Borrego Health, Community Health Systems, Inc., and Tri-State picking up surgical masks and N95 masks. Thank you to ICEMA and IEHP for making this possible!
We would also like to thank our funders: The California Endowment, The California Wellness Foundation, Kaiser Permanente and Health Net for being flexible on our grants during these unusual times.
BUSINESS STATUS UPDATE – DUE TO COVID-19
March 18, 2020 Click here to read the status update
The Value of Community Health Centers
We are excited to release our new video which demonstrates the value of community based health care that our members provide to the most vulnerable communities in both San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Feel free to copy the link and share our video: click here for link
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We provide advocacy and public policy promotion to strengthen the health of the Inland Empire.
Our work is supported by our membership dues, and grant funding. Our projects are performed in a cost-effective and team-based approach to maximize the impact of each project outcome.
We recognize that the work of the Association cannot be accomplished without community collaboration. Therefore, we facilitate training and educational opportunities and actively participate in local, regional, state and national convenings.