Cancer Program

Marshall Cancer Program

Compassionate Care for Body & Spirit

At our nationally accredited Cancer Program, you can count on expert care with a compassionate, human touch that respects both your medical and emotional needs. Our cancer related services are housed together for your convenience.

It takes a team to fight cancer. From our physicians and surgeons, to our advanced diagnostics and resource center, we're here to help cancer patients on the journey from illness to health, from fear to hope. We provide a wide variety of cancer care services. We're honored to be on your team.

Commission on Cancer Accreditation

commission on cancerBeing Accredited with Commendation by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) and the American College of Surgeons means that Marshall's program has been rigorously evaluated by a physician auditor to ensure that our program meets or exceeds the high standards established by the CoC.

This accreditation means you can expect care of the highest quality in our program. We've met each criteria from the CoC post-mastectomy radiation, breast radiation after breast conserving surgery and combination chemotherapy for hormone receptor negative breast cancer.

For more information, visit the CoC website.
To see how we've met CoC guidelines, click here.

Outreach Services

The Marshall Cancer Center partners with our local community to increase cancer awareness and promote healthy behavior.

2019 Public Reporting of Outcomes:

2018 Annual Community Outreach Summary: Skin Cancer Awareness

2017 Annual Community Outreach Summary: Skin Cancer Awareness

2016 Annual Community Outreach Summary: Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Marshall Cancer Services

Comprehensive services: A combination of the Hematology/Oncology clinic and the Cancer Resource Center

A life-altering illness deserves the most comprehensive care possible. Accredited by both the American College of Surgeons (ACOS) and Commission on Cancer (CoC), Marshall Hematology/Oncology offers a broad range of cancer-fighting services – expert physicians, an infusion center, and an oncology pharmacy – under one roof. Ours is El Dorado County’s patient-centered cancer treatment hub, where doctors remain on-call 24 hours per-day and provide referrals to specialists nationwide. Our staff includes two board certified hematology/oncology physicians, in addition to two oncology certified nurses. Patients also benefit from a Marshall Cancer Resource Center staff of patient navigators, registered dietitians, in addition to a social worker. For patients and their families who feel isolated, our team is here to help.

Some of the services we offer include:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of cancer
  • Evaluation and treatment of anemia and blood disorders
  • Infusion, immunotherapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Targeted therapy
  • Next generation gene sequencing
  • Genomic testing
  • Referrals to Genetic Counseling and testing
  • Referrals to Clinical Trial

"I Wish I Had Known Then What I Know Now."

Janet Henke was diagnosed with an aggressive form of uterine cancer in 2016. Today she’s cancer-free. In between, she learned the care from Marshall Medical Center's cancer specialists goes far beyond medicine.

For more information, to schedule an appointment or to register for a class, call Marshall Medical Center at (530) 622-1441.