About The Chamber
As a Regional Chamber, we primarily focus on and cater to the mid to large size companies requiring a more regional marketing and advertising approach across both Riverside & San Bernardino Counties.
The IERCC provides a platform for c-suite executives to engage, network and conduct business with like-minded individuals from all over the Inland Empire region. Our regional chamber members are business leaders from many different industries who contribute to the growth and advancement of the Inland Empire Business Industry.
The IERCC is a membership driven, 501(c)3 & 501(c)6 non profit organization. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meeting to learn more!
Our mission is simple: To support and contribute to the interests of Commerce & Economic Prosperity throughout Riverside & San Bernardino Counties.
LifeStream is a non-profit 501(c)(3) blood center founded in 1951 and provides blood products and services to more than 80 southern California hospitals in six counties. To meet the needs of patients across the region, LifeStream must collect 500 blood donations daily. LifeStream operates donor centers in San Bernardino, Riverside, Ontario, Victorville, La Quinta and Murrieta, and conducts 1,700 mobile blood drives annually throughout our service area at schools, churches, businesses, government offices, hospitals, and service clubs.
Our mission is to help save lives by connecting donors and patients through the gift of blood.
To make this mission a reality, LifeStream has fixed-site donor centers in San Bernardino, Riverside, Ontario, Victorville, La Quinta and a recently opened Murrieta location (August 2018) where generous, volunteer blood donors can give the gift of life. To further ensure the convenience and comfort of donors, LifeStream conducts about 1,700 mobile blood drives annually throughout our service area at schools, churches, businesses, government offices, hospitals and service clubs.
The Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House provides a "home away from home" to families while their children receive medical treatment at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital and other nearby hospitals.
Since opening on September 11, 1996, the Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House has served more than 18,000 families. The House supports more than 54 families each night. Room requests are sent from the social workers at the hospital. Requests are reviewed on a daily basis based on diagnosis and distance. Each family is considered on a case by case basis based on room availability.
A contribution of $12 per night is requested to stay at the Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House. However, no family has ever been turned away due to inability to pay. The House is able to support many families through the backing of our local community partners.
The Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House is a program of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California.
To provide customer-oriented, high-quality air medical transport services in a safe and efficient manner. In every situation, do what is right for the patient.
Our Past, Present and Future
Dr. John L. McDonald founded REACH Air Medical Services in 1987. Because of his passion for pediatric care, he recognized the need for emergency air ambulance transport Ultimately, REACH services expanded to include neonatal and adult transports as well. It was Dr. McDonald’s belief that if REACH followed the guiding principle of “always do what is right for the patient” the company would succeed, and it did. This success was due to the efforts of a strong, committed group of people who valued the autonomy they experienced, and more importantly, the ability to fulfill the mission.
At REACH, we are aware that nothing is more dependable than change. However, for a company to maintain integrity and stability, its foundation must stay intact. Our name has become synonymous with compassionate care and customer service that goes above and beyond. Our mission has been a constant since day one, as has our company culture—the beliefs, values and behaviors we accept and practice. Because of this firm foothold, our structure and form can safely adapt and evolve.
Today, our company is larger in size, population and structure, and we have significantly greater resources. Our original definition of customer as “patient” has expanded to include a broad range of hospitals, as well as fire and EMS agencies. Among other things, these customers value attentiveness, timeliness, respect, courtesy, follow-up and a sense of partnership. Our crews have equally high standards and expectations including safety, professionalism, relationships, communication and job security.
As we move forward, we know that our customers and employees will become more informed and discriminating, and that their expectations will reflect this evolution. We are confident that our foundation will support us in meeting and exceeding these expectations.