Patients & Visitors

Patients & Visitors

Healthcare in El Dorado County


Keeping Marshall patients connected with their loved ones is important to their well-being and enhances the ability of the care team to ensure both the patient’s and the family member’s concerns are being appropriately addressed. With this in mind, all patients (except COVID-19 isolation patients) are allowed to have one designated visitor for the length of their stay. Two designated visitors will be allowed for new/laboring moms and end of life patients and no visitors will be allowed for COVID positive patients. All visitors must bring a mask to wear and may not go anywhere else in the hospital.

Marshall Medical Center is committed to providing all of our patients and visitors with the best healthcare experiences possible. From dining services to financial assistance, we offer many services that can make your time with us easier. Visit our patient information section for help with pre-registration, online bill payments, how to access your medical records, and more. Our visitor information section can connect you to resources for spiritual care, visiting hours, and gift shop services.

We also offer several community services, such as blood donations, blood pressure checks, and medical education resources.

If you would like to learn more, contact a friendly member of our staff at (530) 622-1441 or (916) 933-0913. We will be happy to assist you. For the hearing impaired, call (530) 626-2970 for assistance.