Established in 2012, the Torrance Memorial Physician Network is a multi-specialty medical practice committed to providing excellent service to the South Bay. We provide advanced comprehensive, coordinated care for each and every one of our patients.
With over 100 physicians, we provide primary, pediatric and specialty care, including cardiology, endocrinology, hematology/oncology, neurology, OB/GYN, orthopedics, pain management, physical therapy, pulmonology, and rheumatology.
Patient satisfaction is our priority. Our physicians and staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for every patient, with hours and locations that are convenient and accessible. We value our relationship with each patient, seeing ourselves as a partner in health care for our patients and their families.
Boasting spectacular scenery, historic attractions, and coastal dining, the South Bay is one of L.A.'s most popular regions. Los Angeles County’s South Bay communities offer an outstanding quality of life amidst a thriving economic engine.
Blessed with a temperate coastal climate, the South Bay enjoys cleaner air, warmer winters, and cooler summers than surrounding areas.
Beautiful beaches, scenic harbors, and the lure of the Pacific surf have brought many visitors and residents to the area, while an attractive business climate has brought scores of global corporations to the South Bay.
From the industrial heart of El Segundo, just south of LAX, to the beauty of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, the South Bay puts a great deal of focus on maintaining a great quality of life.
South Bay schools are among the nation’s highest rated and offer competitive programs and after-school activities in oceanography, astronomy, robotic engineering, and nanotechnology.
The communities of the South Bay offer many parks and recreational activities close at hand to pleasant neighborhoods. Museums and cultural attractions are plentiful and include the Western Museum of Flight, Lomita’s Railroad Museum, and the Banning Residence Museum which celebrates the “Father of the Port of Los Angeles.”