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Media & Community Relations

For interview requests with healthcare experts, or information about Marshall Medical Center, members of the media may contact Brittany Garcia, at (530) 626-2816 or email bgarcia@marshallmedical.org.

For community relations, event requests, and sponsorship inquiries, email Marcella Fox at mfox@marshallmedical.org.

Media Policies

  • Certain situations may occur when Marshall Medical Center is by policy not able to provide information to the media. Marshall cannot acknowledge a patient who is a crime victim, has an assailant still at-large, is a patient identified as a victim of child abuse or sexual assault, or a prisoner of any law enforcement authority.

  • The response of the hospital will be, “I have no information about that patient.” This is not meant to avoid providing information to media; it is to protect the patient. The information is not available to the marketing/communications staff member, nor is it available for the media. Please contact law enforcement for information.

  • Celebrities, public figures and public officials are not subject to different standards than other patients when it comes to hospital policies for releasing information to the media. The hospital must seek the consent of this person, immediate family member, physician or agent, before an interview or photograph may be permitted.

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  • Stay Well During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    With novel coronavirus spreading throughout the country, it’s more important than ever to practice wellness for you and your family. “Wellness right now isn’t just about making sure you don’t contract the coronavirus,” says Anuradha Shanmugham, MD, MPH of Marshall Internal Medicine and Chief Wellness Officer for Marshall Medical Center. “It’s about ...

  • Don't Forget About Your Mental Health During COVID-19 Crisis

    We are experiencing an unprecedented time in our country. The novel coronavirus is spreading rapidly, causing Americans to experience a higher than normal level of anxiety. Jeremy Ernst, DO of Marshall Psychiatry says, “I assure you that feeling anxiety right now is a natural response to the unknown. It’s normal to feel unsettled and spend time worrying about what we may face next week ...

  • A Message From Your Regional Helathcare Providers

    With the continuing spread of COVID-19 within the U.S., the healthcare providers of the greater Lake Tahoe/El Dorado Region are working closely with each other and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as California and Nevada health authorities, to care for affected individuals. We are also jointly taking steps to limit person-to-person spread within our communities. Click ...

  • El Dorado County Declares Public Health Emergency

    El Dorado County has declared a public health emergency in response to novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). Read the county's press release here and read the declaration here.

  • For Your Health - Spring 2020

    Click here to read about: How to spot a stroke fast Is this normal? Strange and unusual symptoms Change your routine to get more ZZZZs The power of generosity Sleep training your baby ABCs of safe sleep for babies Want to train for a 5k?

  • Romper.com - Are Movie Theaters Too Loud For Pregnant Women? You're Listening For 2

    Marshall OB/GYN's Dr. Cherry weighs in on sound sensitivity during pregnancy. Click here to read the story

  • Manage your health on the go with the new Marshall MyChart app.

    Manage your health on the go with the new Marshall MyChart app. Marshall MyChart is a free, secure and customized mobile app and web portal that allows you to manage your health, review portions of your medical record and communicate with your doctor's office online at any time. If you're already using the Marshall MyChart web portal, the new mobile app includes the same features in an ...

  • MARSHALL MEDICAL CENTER NAMED IN 2019 OPIOID CARE AND PATIENT SAFETY HONOR ROLLS

    Marshall Medical Center is honored to be named by California Health and Human Services, along with Cal Hospital Compare for excellence in patient care and safety. According to state data, nearly 2,200 Californians died of an opioid-related overdose in 2017. Patients with opioid use disorder are frequently hospitalized or visit the emergency department due to complications of their addiction, but ...

  • For Your Health - Winter 2019

    Click here to read the latest issue for For Your Health. Learn about depression in the elderly, help for addictions, the dangers of vaping, and more!

  • ABCs of Safe Sleep for Infants

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