2015

  • Named One of the Top 6% of Hospitals in California and LA/Orange County by U.S. News and World Report
  • Named One of the Top 250 (top 5%) Hospitals in the United States by Healthgrades
  • Ranked as a “Top Performer on Key Quality Measures” by the Joint Commission
  • Reduced harm events by 14% from 2014 to 2015
  • Began constructions on the North Wing rehabilitation project
  • Successfully closed the Lundquist Tower construction project with over $10 million in savings from the original budget
  • Began construction on North Wing rehabilitation project
  • Admissions: 24,875; Average Census: 299; Surgeries: 16,804; Outpatient Visits: 293,612; E.D. Visits: 77,618

2016

  • Named One of the Top 4% of Hospitals in California by U.S. News and World Report
  • Re-designated as a Magnet Hospital
  • Reduced harm events by 14% from 2015 to 2016
  • Achieved a Leapfrog patient safety score of “A”
  • Continued construction on the North Wing rehabilitation project, including completion and occupancy of the new Mother/Baby Unit
  • Completed the refurbishment of the Radiation Oncology Center, including the acquisition of new state of the art linear accelerator technology
  • Planned for construction of a new Cancer Center building
  • Admissions: 25,690; Average Census: 302; Surgeries: 16,435; Outpatient Visits: 328,144; E.D. Visits: 81,783

2017

  • Named One of the Top Hospitals in California by the Medicare Program
  • Achieved a Leapfrog patient safety score of “A”
  • Reduced harm events by 17% from 2016 to 2017
  • Initiated the Lundquist Neuroscience Institute and Lundquist Orthopedic and Spine Institute
  • Completed the affiliation with Cedars-Sinai Health System with a February 2018 effective date
  • Continued construction on the Hunt Tower project, including occupancy of the 5 North Unit
  • Completed planning and design for the construction of the new Hunt Cancer Center to break ground in mid-2018
  • Admissions: 26,408; Average Census: 304; Surgeries: 15,727; Outpatient Visits: 331,194; E.D. Visits: 85,461

2018

  • Officially affiliated with Cedars-Sinai
  • “Baby Chime” launches, playing a lullaby to the entire Medical Center over the paging system with each new birth
  • Recognized by US News & World Report in the top 5% of California
  • Patient satisfaction rating in the 91st percentile for the nation
  • Volunteer Auxiliary presents $290,000 to the Foundation
  • New NICU grand opening
  • Ground breaking for the Hunt Cancer Center
  • Blood Donor Center, among 15 statewide, to transfer over 13,000 units of blood per year
  • Recognized again for patient safety receiving an “A” rating
  • Holiday festival raises $1,500,000 for the Hunt Cancer Center

2019

  • Torrance Memorial earns seventh straight 4-Star Patient Experience Rating
  • Volunteer Auxiliary presents $284,000 to the Foundation
  • The Pat & Ellen Theodora Pediatric & Young Adult Pavilion opens, a $40 million-dollar renovation
  • Achieved 90% influenza vaccination coverage for personnel
  • Neurosurgery Program is expanded by teaming up with Cedars-Sinai
  • Recognized by US News & World Report in the top 3% of California
  • Recognized by Newsweek as 38th best hospital in the nation, 8th best in California and the highest-ranking non-academic hospital in the United States
  • Hunt Cancer Center is completed and open to patients in December

2020

  • Received certification from DNV GL - Healthcare as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, reflecting the highest level of competence for treatment of serious stroke events.