The neurologists and neurosurgeons at Torrance Memorial Medical Center’s Lundquist Neurosciences Institute understand that living with a neurological condition can be challenging. That’s why we offer a range of supportive programs and services to help you understand and manage your condition.

Supportive Services & Resources

Our supportive services and resources provide information, education, and physical, emotional, social, mental, and spiritual care for people who are living with a neurological condition, as well as their loved ones and caregivers.

Stroke Education

The Joint Commission's Certificate of Distinction for Primary Stroke Centers recognizes the efforts of Torrance Memorial Medical Center’s Stroke Center to prevent strokes in our community as well as treat them. Our Community Education Department speaks at community centers, churches, conferences, and events to raise awareness of how to prevent strokes, the signs and symptoms of stroke, and what to do if a stroke should occur.

Torrance Memorial offers a free Speakers' Bureau to groups of 15 or more. To schedule a speaker, call the Torrance Memorial Speakers Bureau at 310-517-4706.


Support Groups

Torrance Memorial provides stroke patients and family caregivers education and support; meets monthly on the first Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am. For more information call, 310-325-9110, ext 1008.

Our other support groups include a Parkinson's Support, Caregiver Support, Bereavement Support, Meditation Circle, and more.


Neurological and Stroke Rehabilitation

Torrance Memorial's Neurological and Stroke Rehabilitation Program provides our patients with access to a coordinated plan of care delivered by a comprehensive team of rehabilitation experts, including physical, occupational, recreational, and speech therapists. Neurological and Stroke Rehabilitation is designed for patients with conditions including:

  • Stroke
  • Neurological impairments
  • Acquired brain damage
  • Traumatic head injury

We actively involve families as much as possible and work with the patient, family, and physician to achieve an optimal level of community integration as soon as possible. For more information, contact our Rehabilitation Department at 310-517-4735.


Home Health and Hospice

Serving our South Bay area, Torrance Memorial Home Health and Hospice is California-licensed, Medicare-certified, and accredited by the Joint Commission. Our home health care team works with patients and their families to ensure they received the best care possible, and helps coordinate other services and treatments as necessary.

For more information for Home Health & Hospice please call 310-784-3739.


External Resources

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Cognitive Impairment External Resources

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