Torrance Hospital IPA
Physician Tools Login Home Change Font-Size Print This Page

Your Aging Skin

Dr. Susan Goodlerner Explains What’s Normal and What’s Not Your body has gone through a lot of changes over the years. But none may be more obvious than changes in your skin. Some skin changes are normal and others could be cancer. To ...

Care Management is Improving Seniors’ Lives

If you’re suffering from chronic health conditions, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. After all, you have a handful of medications to take every day, not to mention visits to doctors, specialists and even stays in the hospital. But you ...

3 Myths About Hospice

Myth #1: Hospice is a place. Reality: Hospice care usually takes place at home, but also in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or residential care facility. Myth #2: Hospice means that the patient will soon die. Reality: Hospice care does not ...

Understanding Hospice

You may not think about hospice care until a family member is in need. But as part of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, here’s some important information about hospice that can help you now or in the future. What is Hospice? Hospice ...

Time For Your Flu Shot

Flu season is almost here, and now’s the time to get your annual vaccination. Call your primary care physician to receive your flu shot or call the Comprehensive Care Center.

Using Medication for Maximum Benefit and Safety

If you’re like most seniors, you take at least one prescription medication and one or more over-the-counter medications regularly. Since October is the 26th Annual “Let’s Talk About Prescriptions Month” by the National Council ...

10 Tips to Prevent Alzheimer’s

Maintain a Healthy Weight Being overweight can increase your risk of Alzheimer’s related dementia by 35%. Eat Brain Healthy B Vitamins Whole grains, lentils, eggs, turkey, tuna and liver are fuel for your brain. Eat Fish Weekly Eating fish at ...

NEW! Save 40% on Health Programs

Announcing a new, exclusive benefit of your Torrance Hospital IPA membership: You’ll now receive a 40% discount on select Torrance Memorial Medical Center Health Education Programs and Health Link Classes when you mention you’re a ...

Trouble Paying for Your Rx Drugs?

If you have trouble paying for your prescriptions every month, there’s good news. You may qualify for extra help under a Medicare program. If eligible, Medicare could pay for 75% or more of your prescription drug costs including monthly ...

How to Put the Annual Election Period to Work For You

Medicare’s Annual Election Period begins October 15 and lasts until December 7. This period, formerly known as Open Enrollment, is the time when you can join, change or drop a Medicare Advantage or Part D plan for the 2013 calendar year. As a ...

What You Need To Know About Cataracts

As you get older you may notice vision loss. One common cause is cataracts. “The lens in the front of the eye that allows you to focus from distance to near can cloud,” says ophthalmologist Dr. Barry Wolstan. “The lens changes from ...
Join Us For Members Our Doctors Health Resources About Admin Members: 866-568-4472 (TTY Users: 711)
Administrative Offices: 310-257-7250
Mon.-Fri, 8:30 am- 5:00 pm
23326 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 200
Torrance CA 90505
Maps & Directions