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What's Under The Skin?

As the exterior starts to take shape on the new Tower at Torrance Memorial Medical Center, it’s a great time to see the inner workings of what goes on “under the skin” of the building. In other words, what lies behind the walls of the 12 elevators; 256 private patient rooms;  five corridors connected to the existing hospital buildings; nine Family Lounge spaces; and one cafe? These photos offer a sneak peek inside.

a view of the nurse's station on the patient unit
A view of the nurse's station on the patient unit.
a look at the pre-operating corridor
A look at the pre-operating corridor.
Second floor Cath Labs and Interventional Radiology rooms.
glass is placed on the north side of the tower
Glass is placed on the north side of the tower.
the east end of the main tower
The east end of the main tower.
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