Norcross Family Medicine, A Concierge Medical Office

“Listening is the key to medicine, and we pride ourselves in unrushed and comprehensive office visits.”

65-A Peninsula Center in Rolling Hills Estates |  310-541-8919  |


Norcross Family Medicine is a concierge family medicine practice, designed to provide more personal attention to a smaller, limited number of patients of all ages. Because the practice does not limit services based on insurance reimbursement, the doctors are able to provide more detailed and comprehensive physicals and medical care. 

Patients are always seen by a board-certified physician—either Dr. Tim Norcross or Dr. Gwenne Norcross, co-owners of Norcross Family Medicine. They specialize in family medicine, preventative medicine, sports medicine, women’s health, bio-identical hormone restoration and hospital medicine. The doctors treat a wide range of conditions, from diabetes and cholesterol management to skin conditions and mental health. 

In practice for nine years, Dr. Tim and Dr. Gwenne met at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California, where they both completed medical school. They both completed a three-year family medicine residency at the University of Arizona St. Joseph’s Medical Center. Dr. Tim is active staff at Little Company of Mary Hospital, and he sits on the Graziadio Advisory Board on Integrative Medicine at Torrance Memorial Hospital. Both doctors are active staff physicians at Torrance Memorial Hospital.

What would you like potential patients to know about you?

“We are available to our patients by email and personal cell phone 24/7. We also take care of our own patients when they are hospitalized. It’s important to have your own doctor care for you in the hospital and be your advocate. We develop close relationships with our patients using this model, and it has been statistically proven to reduce ER visits and improve both morbidity and mortality.”

What’s one trend that is changing or defining your specialty today? 

“There is a trend in medicine today to see as many patients as possible, to make financial ends meet. We have directed our practice model in the opposite direction—to see fewer patients and devote more time toward preventative medicine. Listening is the key to medicine, and we pride ourselves in unrushed and comprehensive office visits.”

What’s most rewarding about your work? 

“Getting to know the families of our patients and treating them like our own family.”

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