There’s always something new happening at Marshall. Here are a few highlights:
New ICU/CCU Officially Opens
Double the size of the current Intensive Care Unit/Critical Care Unit, the new ICU/CCU opened for business Nov. 14 after receiving its license from the California Department of Public Health.
Constructed in July and located in Marshall Hospital’s South Wing, the new ICU/CCU features 12 private rooms with many windows to allow for natural light. Nighttime dimmable lights in the corridors enhance evening sleep for patients. Its location on the second floor of the South Wing affords more privacy. Family members can be accommodated in a special area in each room.
The nursing station is centrally located to allow visibility into all rooms. Each room is equipped with a state-of-the art monitoring system and mechanical patient lift for patient and staff safety. Each room is also equipped for future telemedicine technology.
Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Benefit Plan Published
New Executive Makes Cross-Country Move to Marshall - Assistant COO reflects plan for future.
Charitable Giving, Animal Instincts - Social media campaign seeks donors to pet therapy program.
Marshall Announces Change in Outpatient Lab Policy - Walk-in patients directed to outpatient labs starting Jan. 1.
Tutorial for New Parents Coming Soon - Eight-week series will offer healthy pregnancy, baby care advice.
News Release Archives
Marshall web site launches comprehensive online health library
The da Vinci robotic assisted surgery system is now at Marshall. Read about it.
Marshall in Motion
A one minute overview of Marshall is available here. And a new commercial on our Birth Center is here.
Many Medical Specialties now available in Cameron Park
For greater patient convenience, Marshall has continued to expand service locations for many specialties. Cardiology, General Surgery, Hearing/Audiology, Urology, and Rheumatology appoinments are now all available at our Cameron Park campus.
Marshall's Level III Trauma Center has been verified by the American College of Surgeons - Committee on Trauma. It's now one of only two verified level III trauma centers in the State of California.
Patient Channel Now Playing at Marshall
Marshall is pleased to provide a new service for our hospital patients and loved ones. The Patient Channel is available on TV channel two in hospital and waiting room televisions. The 24-hour patient education station provides topical, network-quality programming. Its goal is to educate patients and families and increase awareness of medical issues, encourage informed communication with healthcare providers, improve their ability to make informed decisions and promote a sense of empowerment during the times when accurate information is most needed. Featuring over 40 programs, which are routinely updated, The Patient Channel offers a wide selection of topics including cancer, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, smoking cessation, parenting, health/wellness and more. The Patient Channel is also available at all times as a web site. We hope you enjoy this new service.