July 8, 2019, Torrance, CA – Pacific Neuroscience Institute is very pleased to announce an expansion of its clinical space associated with Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance. The new state-of-the-art clinics are located at 5215 Torrance Blvd., Suite 300.
PNI-South Bay medical experts provide services in brain tumor, pituitary disorders, movement disorders and spine care at this new location. Stroke & aneurysm specialists continue to see patients at the original location at 4201 Torrance Blvd. Suite 560.
Clinic Expansion Key Services
Informally called the Breeze building as it was the home for more than 40 years of the Daily Breeze newspaper, the Advanced Care Center was built by Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers. The new $80 million, 106,000-square foot outpatient clinic expansion houses key services including City of Hope’s multi-disciplinary cancer center, an Orthopedic and Spine Institute and a Women’s Breast Center, and features 20 infusion center bays, two endoscopy suites, 46 exam rooms and five surgical suites. The 3-story building opened its doors to the public in August 2018.
The executive architect and designer of tenant improvements, Cuningham Group Architecture, and exterior building architects, CallisonRTKL were responsible for the overall design. “We worked closely with Providence and its end users — the patients, staff and visitors — to make the patient/provider experience as ‘homey’ as possible,” Cuningham Group Senior Project Manager Amine Khemakhem said in a news release. “The center extends our approach to medical design, making it more like a comfortable home or hotel, reducing an ‘institutional’ feeling as much as possible.”
For more information, or to schedule an appointment at PNI-South Bay, call 424-212-5361.
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Zara Jethani, MS, MBA, is the marketing and communications director for Pacific Neuroscience Institute. Her background is in graphic design, molecular genetics research and healthcare marketing.