A Leader in Heart Care
With heart disease as the foremost health challenge for millions of Americans,
Southern California residents will be glad to know that Torrance Memorial
Medical Center is renowned as our region’s leading provider of high
quality cardiovascular care. Equipped with cutting edge technology, our
Melanie and Richard Lundquist Cardiovascular Institute gives our cardiologists
and cardiovascular surgeons the tools they need to achieve the best possible
outcome for every patient. Our highly trained and experienced doctors,
nurses and medical technologists work together to deliver a superior level
of integrated and comprehensive multidisciplinary care.
What Else Sets Us Apart?
research happens here. Our staff includes nationally known, deeply respected cardiologists
who conduct leading-edge research and clinical trials right here at Torrance Memorial.
- Our physicians achieve extraordinarily high success rates. Performing our
area’s highest volumes of complex cardiovascular procedures, our
skilled cardiovascular surgeons have unparalleled expertise with innovative,
often life-saving, minimally invasive cardiovascular procedures.
We continue to invest in leading-edge technology. For example, we have the most
advanced hybrid operating suite currently available, ensuring that our patients have access to the best
care modern medicine can offer.
- We’re proud of our affiliation with the world-class USC Keck Medical
Center’s Cardiothoracic Surgery Department.
Built on a tradition of excellence and innovation, the
Melanie and Richard Lundquist Cardiovascular Institute at Torrance Memorial offers our area’s most expert, comprehensive
Torrance Memorial offers a variety of programs to treat and manage heart disease:
» All Cardiovascular Programs
Testing and Screenings
We have the expertise and state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat
» All Diagnostic Testing
Expanding Our Heart Surgery Program
We are now partnered with USC Keck School of Medicine's Cardiothoracic
Minimally Invasive Valve Replacement
The new revolutionary procedure named TAVR replaces heart valves without
open heart surgery.