Advanced battery management systems require accurate information of battery State-of-Charge (SOC) and State-of-Health (SOH) for diagnostics and prognostics as well as for efficient capacity utilization. In this paper, an integrated SOC and SOH estimation scheme is presented that applies sliding modes on an electrochemical model for Li-ion battery cell. The electrochemical model is selected and progressively reduced to sufficiently describe the relevant temporal and spatial evolution of Li-ion concentration in each electrode. The proposed estimation scheme is comprised of three sub-estimators which work jointly: two separate adaptive sliding mode observers (SMO) for estimation of Li-ion concentration and film resistance, and a separate parameter estimator for the solid state diffusion coefficient of negative electrode. Convergence of the observers has been proven using Lyapunov's stability theory. Simulation results are included to demonstrate the effectiveness of the overall scheme.