Inland Wellness Information Network
Inland Wellness Information Network (IWIN), is a vital non-profit 501c3 arm of the San Bernardino County Medical Society. IWIN's Board of Trustrees and volunteers are dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the Inland Empire, including community programs that address awareness and education surrounding vaccine administration, and healthcare equity for underserved populations. Our mission is "To promote public health by disseminating medical knowledge and information to the general public without charge." IWIN is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees:
Officers: Nabil Razzouk, PhD, President; Victor Ching, MD, Vice President; Bryan Reid, Esq., Secretary/Treasurer
IWIN Board Members: Alison Elsner, CEO, SBCMS; Marcie Coffey, MPH, IEHP; Ken C. Lane, MD; Vanessa Long, RN, MSN, County of San Bernardino; Maira Simental, MD Leslie Yonemoto, MD; Debbie Long, Community Outreach Manager, SBCMS
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Healthy Life Choices Video Contest
LIGHTS - CAMERA - ACTION...
- Produce a 1-3 minute video that embodies the concept of healthy life choices.
- Develop your own message and be as creative as you wish.
- Videos will be judged on your ability to explore the topic as well as produce a quality video.
- Watch out for details on 2023 "Healthy Life Choice" video contest coming in January.
- For more information, please contact Debbie Long at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Programs and Activities:
Medical Reserve Corps
San Bernardino County Sheriff Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) - A medical volunteer unit created by the SBCMS and housed within the County Sheriff's Volunteer Forces Unit. The mission of the MRC is to supplement the local healthcare systems during emergencies or planned events in San Bernardino County. Find more information about MRC.
Live & Then Give (LTG)
Designed to improve health and save lives by making more donated organs and tissues available in the Inland Empire. LTG is a collaborative partner of the Southern California Donate Life Network (SCDLN). A major role of LTG is to promote the state's online organ registry. Register to become a donor and get the facts at Donate Life California.