• Education
    Providing for the educational needs and professional growth of IACC members
  • Competency
    Promoting professional competence and expertise in the assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation process
  • Communication
    Promoting and enhancing communication among those involved in the discharge planning, case management, and continuity of care processes
  • Advisory
    Providing informational and advisory services to members, health care providers, governmental agencies, consumer groups and the community
  • Awareness
    Promoting the awareness of the right to access health services as it relates to continuity of care.
  • Advocacy
    A patient/client advocate effecting changes in the health care delivery system

Ultimately, we all recognize that our aim is to provide quality continuity of care to the patients and families who depend on those who are in the health care field. We do our part in that care cycle through our six core compentencies outlined nearby -- all directed at helping you deliver that quality continuity of care.

If you are a professional health care provider, then this website is for you. Our goal is to consistently provide you with the latest and most current information, legislative developments, best practices, advisory services, and simple awareness about changes and trends in your field of work.

Wednesday, May 24th

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California

11:30am - 1:30pm

11365 Anderson St.
Loma Linda, CA 92354

RSVP with Penelope Sachs through email psachs@rmhcsc.org
or by calling 909-747-1262

Thursday, June 8th

Linda Valley Assisted Living & Memory Care

4:00pm - 6:00pm

25393 Cole Street
Loma Linda, CA 92354

RSVP with Veronica I. Ramos | Director of Community Relations through email Veronica.R@chancellorhealthcare.com
or by calling 909-799-3117