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Marshall Cancer Center

A UC Davis Affiliate

Compassionate Care for Body & Spirit

Marshall Medical Center’s nationally accredited cancer program is known for compassionate care coupled with medical expertise to help cancer patients on the journey from illness to health and from fear to hope. The program is the western El Dorado County cancer treatment hub, providing convenient access to high quality cancer care for our community.

Affiliation with UC Davis Health

The Marshall Cancer Center has joined the UC Davis Cancer Care Network, making leading-edge cancer care available right in El Dorado County.

Under the affiliation, Marshall oncologists will work directly with renowned UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center oncologists to design leading-edge diagnostic and treatment plans as well as access to sub specialists for more complex care. What’s more, the latest cancer clinical trials – only available through large academic research centers – are now available to Marshall patients.

The UC Davis Cancer Care Network combines the strengths of an academic health system with community-based hospitals, making first-rate cancer care available in rural areas across the region.

Comprehensive services

A life-altering illness deserves the most comprehensive care possible. Accredited by both the American College of Surgeons (ACOS) and Commission on Cancer (CoC), and now bolstered by the UC Davis affiliation, the Marshall Cancer Center offers a broad range of services – expert physicians, an infusion center, a certified oncology pharmacy, laboratory and diagnostic imaging services – all under one roof.
Doctors remain on-call 24 hours a day to provide referrals to specialists at UC Davis Health and nationwide. Our staff includes board certified hematology/oncology physicians and oncology certified nurses. Patients also benefit from a staff of patient navigators, registered dietitians, and social workers.

Clinical Services Include:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of cancer
  • Evaluation and treatment of anemia and blood disorders
  • Infusion, immunotherapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Targeted therapy
  • Next generation gene sequencing
  • Genomic testing
  • Referrals to genetic counseling and testing
  • Referrals to clinical trials
  • PET/CT scan
  • MRI and CT scan
  • Ultrasound and digital mammography

Commission on Cancer logo

Accreditation with Commendation by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) and the American College of Surgeons means that Marshall's program has been rigorously evaluated by a physician auditor to ensure that our program meets or exceeds the high standards established by the CoC.

Commission on Cancer Accreditation

Related Reviews
  • I just want to thank all the staff members for every thing they are doing now and always! A special Thanks to the Radiology department for always caring and making me feel important. They always go out of their way to help.

    Laura R.
  • I've been going to the infusion unit for the past 3 or so weeks-with who knows how much longer to go-and I have to say the staff is nothing short of amazing! I've been taught to think that everyone has a sign on their chest that says "Make Me Feel Important"-these people do, and then some. No matter how busy and stressed out they are, they ALWAYS have a genuine smile on their faces and they are always checking with their patients to see if there's anything they can do. They not only infuse the liquid medication, they also infuse confidence, respect and so much more. Tia, Ahnalinn, Charlie, and all of them (I've met so many that I cannot remember all their names)-I feel like there is nothing they cannot do! If there is a Hall of Fame for medical personnel, they would be in on the first ballot.

    Antony H.