The whirlwind of the holidays brought about something very special we want to share - our 10 year report. This comprehensive study was months in the making and many of you were asked to participate in an online survey to share your thoughts about the impact of IHPC on health workforce. This 100-page report took a deep look at how we started, what we've done well, and where we can focus improvements as we move into the second decade of our work. The good news is this - we are making a difference!
But no one said it better than two very dynamic young ladies who have been participating in IHPC field experiences and site visits for the last year. Their testimonies truly reflected why this health workforce development work is so essential to our region. Michelle Onyiah, sophmore at Eleanor Roosevelt High School and Isabella Orozco, senior at Chino Hills High School captured the hearts and minds of our audience at the holiday quarterly meeting with their personal testimonies.
Isabella stressed the idea that her experiences have helped her to realize that, while being a doctor or nurse is important, there are so many more ways to serve.
These students, and hundreds of others like them, are our future workforce and we look forward to impacting all the "Michelle's" and "Isabella's" in our region who are looking for the opportunity to create their own pathway and serve our region. We hope that you, our partners, stakeholders, and supporters, stay with us on this journey. Download 10-year report and strategic plan.