In addition to a local community/business-based
Board of Directors, Marshall Medical Center is led by a chief executive team complemented
by division Vice Presidents across all major areas, from patient care
to employee services.
Siri Nelson, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Siri began her career in healthcare accounting and finance for rural hospitals
in Northern California. She served as Chief Financial Officer and Interim
CEO at Sutter Amador Hospital in Jackson; Chief Administrative Officer
at Sutter Lakeside in Lakeport; and since 2017, as Chief Executive Officer
at South Meadows Medical Center in Reno. Siri is a member of the American
College of Healthcare Executives and chairs the American Hospital Association’s
section for Small & Rural Hospitals.
Shannon Truesdell, RN, Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Shannon began her career at Marshall in 1989, as manager of Surgical Services.
She held a number of progressively responsible nursing leadership positions
and was named Assistant Administrator in 2000 and became Chief Operating
Officer in 2011. Shannon earned her bachelor of science in nursing from
San Francisco State University and a master’s in public administration
– health services, from the University of San Francisco. She’s
a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and the Association
of California Nurse Leaders..
Laurie Eldridge, Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Laurie joined Marshall in 1990 and has held a number of positions during
her tenure, including senior accountant and controller. She was promoted
to CFO in 2003. An El Dorado County resident since 1980, Laurie earned
her Bachelor of Science degree in managerial economics at UC Davis. Laurie
is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).
Brian Goldsmith, MD, Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
A radiation oncologist, Dr. Goldsmith received his medical degree from
the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and completed his
residency at UC San Francisco. He is also a member of the California National
Guard and serves as a brigade surgeon to the 40th Infantry Division. In
his role, Dr. Goldsmith provides leadership and expertise in support of
the hospital and ambulatory quality and improvement initiatives, clinical
effectiveness and patient safety and satisfaction.
Kathy Krejci, RN, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO)
Kathy began her career at Marshall as a registered nurse in the medical-surgical
unit. She progressed into leadership when was promoted to Director of
Patient Care Services and then to Chief Nursing Officer in 2011. Kathy
holds a Master's Degree in Health Services Administration.