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

For community relations, event requests, and sponsorship inquiries, email Marcella Fox at

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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  • Capital Public Radio - Opioid Treatment in the ER

    Click here to read Capital Public Radio's story on how rural California hospitals are treating opioid overdoses

  • Marshall Selected for Program to Expand MAT for Opioid Use Disorder

    New Training Program Will Enable 31 Heatlh Centers Statewide to Initiate Treatment on the Spot Placerville, CA (February 14, 2019) – Marshall Medical Center is among 31 health facilities selected from across the state to participate in the California Bridge Program, an accelerated training program for healthcare providers facilitated by the Public Health Institute’s Bridge program to ...

  • Signs of a Heart Attack Differ Between Men and Women

    Your heart is arguably the most important organ in your body. It pumps blood throughout your body, delivering oxygen and nutrients to every cell, ensuring that everything is running smoothly. Marshall Medical Center has some tips and information to help you keep your heart healthy and to know the signs when it’s not. SIGNS OF A HEART ATTACK DIFFER BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN Heart disease is ...

  • Keeping Kids Active in Cold Weather

    Q: How do I keep my kids active in cold weather? A: As we sink further into winter and the weather continues to keep us chilly, it can be difficult to find ways to keep our kids active. According to Stanley Henjum, MD, cardiologist at Marshall Medical Center, exercise is good for the heart in a number of ways. “It reduces the chance of major cardiac events (heart attack and sudden cardiac ...

  • Vox News - Opioid Addiction Treatment at Marshall

    When Michael Curci still used opioid painkillers and heroin, he didn’t see himself living beyond his mid-20s. “I didn’t even think I was going to make it,” Curci told me, while at the El Dorado County clinic where he receives treatment for opioid addiction. “I didn’t think I was going to have any type of future.” Curci is now 28. The moment that helped him ...

  • New Year, New You - How to Keep Your Resolutions

    This is it. This is the year you’ll stick to your resolutions. You’re committed. You’ve planned ahead for starting 2019 on the right foot. Studies show that an overwhelming majority of New Year’s resolutions are health related, 71% of them in fact. Here are some tips on how to keep those resolutions this year. Make your resolutions attainable. Progress is made in baby ...

  • Marshall Welcomes New Vice President of Information Technology

    Placerville, California (December 6, 2018) – Marshall Medical Center is pleased to announce the arrival of Martin Daly as their new Vice President of Information Technology. “I'm really excited about joining the Marshall Medical Center Team,” says Daly. This area of California is just absolutely beautiful, and I'm looking forward to working with all the physicians, ...

  • Construction at Marshall Medical Center: New Emergency Drop Off Location

    Marshall Medical Center has begun construction on the parking lot and walkways around the Emergency Department drop off location to improve patient safety. During construction, patients may enter the round about driveway for drop off and enter through the South Wing lobby. Registration is set up in the South Wing lobby to receive patients as they enter and after registering, they will proceed to ...

  • For Your Health - Winter 2018

    Click here to read the full issue

  • Sacramento Business Journal - Opioid addiction clinic opens in El Dorado County

    Breaking free of substance dependence takes more than willpower. If you have had a dependency to alcohol, tobacco, stimulants, opioids, benzodiazepines and other sedative hypnotics, reach out to Marshall’s Clinically Assisted Recovery & Education Services (Marshall CARES) outpatient treatment center. Read more here

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