Torrance Memorial is a nonprofit community hospital committed to offering high-quality medical services. One of our most focused activities is on continuous measurement and improvement of our services. Torrance Memorial Medical Center Joint Commission Torrance Memorial Home Health and Hospice Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center Joint Commission Inpatient Diabetes Care Joint Commission Clinical Lab and Blood Bank Joint Commission Magnet Facility for Nursing Excellence American Nurses Credentialing Center Torrance Memorial Medical Center Daily Breeze, South Bay's Best Hospital Burn Center American Burn Association Mammography American College of Radiology Stereotactic Breast Biopsy American College of Radiology Breast Ultrasound American College of Radiology Breast Imaging Center of Excellence American College of Radiology Computed Tomography American College of Radiology Cancer Care American College of Surgeons Blood Bank American Association of Blood Banks Knee and Hip Replacement Blue Distinction Center Blue Shield Spinal Surgeries Blue Distinction Center Blue Shield Bariatric Surgery Blue Distinction Center Blue Shield Bariatric Surgery MBSAQIP Accredited Center Heart Attack American College of Cardiology Gold Performance Achievement Heart Failure Program Gold Plus Quality Achievement Honor Roll American Heart Association Stroke Program Gold Plus Quality Achievement American Heart Association Resuscitation Silver Quality Achievement American Heart Association Best Regional Hospital U.S. News and World Report Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair U.S. News and World Report Colon Cancer Surgery U.S. News Best Regional Hospital COPD U.S. News and World Report Gastroenterology and GI Surgery U.S. News Best Regional Hospital Heart Failure U.S. News and World Report Hip Replacement U.S. News and World Report Knee Replacement U.S. News and World Report Lung Cancer Surgery U.S. News and World Report Urology U.S. News and World Report Best Hospital Easy Reader's Best of the Beach Beacon Award of Excellence American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Lung Cancer Screening American College of Radiology Screening Center of Excellence Lung Cancer Alliance The Joint Commission is an independent not for profit organization which accredits and certifies more than 19,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States and is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality. Additionally, accreditation is required to participate in the CMS program, as well as most major health insurers and HMO providers. Joint Commission accredited organizations can also earn certification for programs devoted to chronic diseases and conditions.