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In addition to a local community/business-based Board of Directors, Marshall is led by an administrative team supported by division vice presidents across all major areas, from patient care to employee services.

Siri Nelson
Siri Nelson, FACHE, MHA, CPA, President & Chief Executive Officer

President and CEO of Marshall since May 2019, Siri began her healthcare administration career in accounting and finance. Before coming to Marshall, Siri previously served as Chief Executive Officer at South Meadows Medical Center in Reno. Her previous roles include Chief Financial Officer and Interim CEO at Sutter Amador Hospital in Jackson and Chief Administrative Officer at Sutter Lakeside in Lakeport. She currently chairs the American Hospital Association’s section for Small & Rural Hospitals.

Laurie Eldridge
Laurie Eldridge, Chief Financial Officer

Laurie joined Marshall in 1990 and has held a number of positions during her tenure, including senior accountant and controller. She was promoted to CFO in 2003. An El Dorado County resident since 1980, Laurie earned her Bachelor of Science degree in managerial economics at UC Davis. Laurie is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).

Brian Goldsmith
Brian Goldsmith, MD, Chief Medical Officer

A radiation oncologist, Dr. Goldsmith received his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and completed his residency at UC San Francisco. He is also a member of the California National Guard and serves as a brigade surgeon to the 40th Infantry Division. In his role, Dr. Goldsmith provides leadership and expertise in support of the hospital and ambulatory quality and improvement initiatives, clinical effectiveness and patient safety and satisfaction.

Brian Goldsmith
Martin Entwistle, M.D., Associate Chief Medical Officer, VP Population Health and Ancillary Services

Martin is Associate Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Population Health for Marshall. He supports oversight of the medical operations of the hospital and clinics to ensure access to services and the quality of care provided, and the development and implementation of strategies in pursuit of the organization’s just cause by maximizing the engagement, satisfaction, health status and health outcomes of the population served. Martin received his medical degree from the University of Birmingham in the UK, trained in trauma surgery as a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and undertook military service in the British Army before switching to focus on health systems management and delivery of care to large populations.

Brian Goldsmith
Cindy Rice, RN, BSN, MSN, Chief Nursing Officer

Cindy began her nursing career at Marshall Hospital in 1989 as a charge nurse and has worked with Marshall and at Marshall intermittently throughout the years. Most recently, she returned in 2011 as Vice President of Clinical Nursing Services before accepting the Chief Nursing Officer role in 2021. Her goal is to create a respectful, collaborative culture where nurses, providers and all employees are engaged in a shared vision of caring for our patients.

Jonathan Russell
Jonathan Russell, RN, BSN, MBA, CPHQ, Chief Ambulatory Officer

Born at Marshall Hospital and raised in South El Dorado County, Jonathan began working at Marshall doing patient care in 2007 and completed his Bachelors of Science in Nursing shortly after at Samuel Merritt University. He also has a Master’s degree from Shasta Graduate School. Jonathan has been instrumental in leading the Marshall's COVID-19 response and has worked collaboratively across the organization to ensure consistency.