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Accreditations and Awards

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
South Bay's best 2013
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

Nephrology
U.S. News and World Report

Gynecology
U.S. News Best Regional Hospital

Geriatrics
U.S. News and World Report

Orthopedics
U.S. News Best Regional Hospital

Urology
U.S. News and World Report

Diabetes and Endocrinology
U.S. News and World Report

Best Hospital
Easy Reader's Best of the Beach

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.