This May, Torrance Memorial Medical Center will begin construction on the
two-story, 38,000-square-foot Hunt Cancer Center, with an official groundbreaking
on June 20. The new Hunt Cancer Center will provide a personalized, patient-centered
environment to meet the needs of our oncology patients.
The center will consolidate Torrance Memorial’s existing cancer treatment
services to one location, including its nurse navigators, genetic counseling
services, Woman to Woman Image Enhancement Center, clinical research trials
to be conducted in partnership with Cedars-Sinai, and infusion and chemotherapy.
It will also relocate Torrance Memorial Physician Network-Cancer Care
medical group from its Redondo Beach office to the medical center’s
Once completed, the center will offer 70 spaces of subterranean parking
for patients just beneath the building. With a more convenient patient
experience as the goal, patients will be able to ride an elevator from
the parking lot to the main and second level to reach the location of
their scheduled service or appointment. Patients will also be able to
enter the building from a designated patient drop-off area.
The fully-built Hunt Cancer Center will hold 27 exam rooms and 32 infusion
bays. Occupancy of the new facility will begin Fall of 2019.