Blog Posts in 2018

  • 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

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  • 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

  • What Mistakes Should I Avoid Going Low Carb?

    Q: What Mistakes Should I Avoid Going Low Carb? A: It’s getting to be that time of year when our waist lines start to expand as we face holiday meals, parties and there seem to be treats everywhere we look. We resolve to battle the bulge by vowing to go low carb. Low carb diets are all the rage right now—and for good reason. They work. But before you clear out your pantry and hit the ...

  • Style Magazine - Beat the Odds: 8 Ways to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk

    Read this article in Style Magazine quoting Rashmi Ramasubbaiah, MD, an oncologist associated with Marshall Medical Center, about how to reduce your breast cancer risk.


    Today the Sacramento Business Journal released its 2018 Best Places to Work and we’re excited to announce that Marshall Medical Center is on this exclusive list of companies with operations in El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties. “Working at Marshall is both rewarding and enjoyable. I love the family feel across the organization and working as a team to serve our ...

  • Mountain Democrat: Opioid epidemic continues to escalate

    Click here to read an article from today's Mountain Democrat on the escalation fo the opioid epidemic and how Marshall Medical Center is helping to treat addiction.

  • Ask the Experts: Infusion Therapy

    Q: What can I expect from Infusion Therapy at Marshall? A: A cancer diagnosis is life altering. There are so many questions to be answered and it is very common for patients to fear the vast unknown that is chemotherapy. The Infusion Center at Marshall Medical Center strives to ease those fears and make infusion therapy as comfortable as possible. Located adjacent to Marshall Hematology & ...

  • Hope. Healing. Here. Marshall Cancer Services

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    October 1, 2018 — Today Style Magazine announced its Readers’ Choice Award winners and Marshall Medical Center is pleased to announce they’ve won several awards. Not only did they win Best Medical Practice, but they boast the following awards as well: #1 Best Doctor: Michael Jones, MD – Marshall OB/GYN #2 Best Doctor: Taylor Vance, MD – Marshall Orthopedics #3 Best ...


    Heroes come in all shapes, sizes and job titles. Excellent care can come from a housekeeper, lab tech, nurse, doctor, engineer, admissions clerk, volunteers or others. Through Marshall Medical Center’s Heroes in Healthcare program, patients, visitors and co-workers have an opportunity acknowledge those who have shown outstanding commitment to the well-being of others. A panel of community ...

  • Ask the Experts: Screen Time

    Q: How should I balance screen time and play time with my children? A: Screen time these days looks quite different than it did when we were growing up, different even than it did ten years ago. It used to mean plopping your kid in front of Sesame Street or Teletubbies while we quickly scramble to do the breakfast dishes or throw a load of laundry in the washer. No longer is “screen ...

  • Unicorn Dash 5k to Benefit Youth Field Trips

    Read this story from the Mountain Democrat about the upcoming Unicorn Dash 5K, which Marshall Medical Center is sponsoring. Click here to read it


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  • What's too urgent for urgent care?

    What’s too urgent for urgent care? It’s happened to us all -- and inevitably in the evening or middle of the night. Your child is sick. Do you know what to do? Should you wait it out until morning when you can call the pediatrician or do you rush them to the closest Emergency Room? Here are some guidelines from emergency physician Michael Mirhadi, MD of Marshall Medical Center. ...

  • HONOR-A-NURSE to Celebrate Nursing Scholarships

    The 12th annual Honor-A-Nurse celebration sponsored by UNION BANK will recognize Excellence in Nursing on September 21 st in the South Wing Lobby at Marshall Hospital. Last year the event recognized 52 nurses for their exceptional care and compassion. It’s not too late to recognize the nurse of your choice by donating $100 to Marshall Foundation through their website at ...


    August 13, 2018 — Marshall Medical Center is once again hosting its Women's Health Expo and noncompetitive 5K fun run/walk at El Dorado Hills Town Center the morning of Saturday, September 8. This will mark the seventh successful year Marshall has hosted this event. The event runs from 8-10:30 a.m. and is open to the public. The $20 registration fee includes the fun run/walk, health ...

  • Ask the Expert - Minerals for Moms

    Q: What are the essential minerals moms need? A: Moms spend so much of their time making sure their children eat their breakfast, brush their teeth and take their vitamins. We’ve heard this message for years. But in addition to vitamins, what’s important for women and their health? Minerals. They are essential micronutrients your body needs to function properly. For most of us, ...

  • New Marshall Foundation CEO settles in - Mountain Democrat

    For some, the stoplight on Highway 50 into Placerville is a pain. For Jamie Johnson, new executive director of the Marshall Foundation, it was a stroke of serendipity. Johnson visited the area several months ago in pursuit of a new job and remembers experiencing Placerville for the first time. Read more here

  • Ask the Expert - Back to School Backpack Tips

    Q: With summer coming to a close and back-to-school right around the corner, what are your recommendations for proper backpack use? A: While shoulder bags might be popular in some crowds, experts agree that backpacks are a much better option for carrying books, laptops and equipment. Worn correctly, a backpack is supported by the back and abdominal muscles, which are some of the strongest muscles ...

  • Style Magazine - Health and Wellness: Power of Pets

    Marshall Medical Center's Wendy Goossen, CTR and Jeremy Ernst, DO are quoted in all of the local editions of the June Style magazine, speaking to the health benefits having a pet. Read the full story here.

  • Battling Opioid Addiction - Mountain Democrat

    Jeremy Ernst, MD of Marshall Medical Center weighs in on the opioid crisis. Read the full article here

  • Another View: Healthgrades

    Mayor of Placerville, Wendy Thomas, wrote this Op Ed piece for the Mountain Democrat touting the exciting news of Marshall Medical Center's award for Outstanding Patient Experience by Healthgrades. Read the full story here.

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