The Inland Health Professions Coalition (IHPC) was established in March 2007 to connect the Health Careers stakeholders in the Riverside, San Bernardino, Pomona Valley and Innovation Valley regions. View 2018 Annual Report.
Members of the Inland Coalition include K-12, community college and university faculty, hospital and health care agency representatives, county office of education staff, and interested professional organization and community agency representatives who work to address the growing need for health care workers in the Inland Empire. We do this by developing goals and objectives that directly support health pathway programs in the junior high and high schools throughout our region.
IHPC is an initiative of Reach-Out. Reach-Out is a non-profit organization with a mission to strengthen communities by bringing people together to solve our region's toughest issues: breaking barriers to educational achievement, expanding economic opportunities, and creating safe, healthy and innovative communities.
Register for the 2019 National innovative community conference
Youth ages 14 -18 attend for free!
The 10th Annual National Innovative Communities Conference is the only conference in Southern California promoting innovative and cutting-edge strategies and ideas to create a vibrant, high quality of life for all communities. Join us at this two-day event (June 18th - 19th) when attendees break out into workshop sessions where they have the option to join and hear from over 50 professional speakers! Our goal is to connect a variety of ideas, leaders, communities, and resources to one another in order to ignite a positive transformation; a transformation where ALL community members can thrive in a safe and healthy environment.
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Achieve a health workforce that is diverse and community responsive.
Work collectively to identify and facilitate solutions to the educational, social and environmental barriers to a seamless health pipeline.
Support coalition members through information dissemination, training/technical assistance, research and evaluation, policy development, advocacy and coalition building.
Annual conferences and workshops on health career education and workforce.
Regional workforce intelligence.
Increasing health workforce diversity.
Quarterly IHPC general meetings.