Pulse magazine serves the greater South Bay and is focused on improving the health and well-being of the community. It offers information about health topics for the entire family, tips for preventative care, human interest, lifestyle, mental health, community benefit and the latest health care news at Torrance Memorial Medical Center.
Vincent Rios Creative was contracted to develop and produce a high quality magazine that would help spread awareness to the local community of the services the hospital has to offer. We plan, design, print, publish and mail this publication to over 130K residents in the greater South Bay area. We manage every aspect of the production process from start to finish including writers, photographers and designers to produce and publish a product that our client and team can all be proud of.
Not only does Pulse magazine create awareness of the vast network of doctors and specialists, it also shares real stories from locals in and around the community to inspire and motivate our neighbors to live a more healthy and productive life.
Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Pulse reaches over 130,000 Households in the South Bay per issue
We produce, design, print, publish and mail pulse magazine 2x a year
Targeting the South Bay community to inform and educate them of the services offered at Torrance memorial
Looking for something delicious and healthy to eat?
Well look no further! Pulse magazine always features something healthy and delicious in our Healthy Bites section. Our Healthy Bites are always changing to offer you the best seasonal dishes that are easy to make, healthy, and delicious!
Community Benefits isn’t just a title
In every issue of Pulse magazine we feature people or places that are making a difference to better benefit the community and those that live in it.
Whether it’s teaching young children the importance of recycling or finding a place like the South Coast Botanic Gardens where nature is preserved in all its glory. Our goal is to present to you the beauty of the people and places in our community.
One of the joys of laying out and publishing Pulse magazine is having the opportunity to meet, talk to, and photograph the many people that are making a difference in our community.
Do you know of someone that could be considered a VIP? We would love to hear their story and share with the community.