Marshall Medical Center Responding to COVID-19

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 24, 2020 / comments

[Marshall Medical]

Access to healthcare continues at Marshall Medical Center:


  • Continuing to care for patients - Maintaining your health is important, especially during these times. Marshall's primary and specialty care clinics are open to serve you. With symptom screening upon arrival and a focus on increased disinfection practices at all of our facilities, rest assured our care team's focus is on your health and safety.


  • Make your next appointment a virtual visit - Doctor's visits via video appointments are now available at our clinics. Access care from the convenience and security of your home. Call your doctor's office for more information and to see if a virtual visit is right for your condition.


  • Answering questions about COVID-19- Our COVID-19 advice line is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and weekends from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 530-626-2745 if you have any questions about symptoms or to inquire about a COVID-29 test.


  • Emergency Room open for all care - Marshall Hospital's ER continues to serve patients for any emergency medical needs. With drive-thru triage and heightened precautions, you can be confident it's safe to visit the ER.


For the past month, Marshall Medical Center has been preparing for a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how:


  • Surge planning - In the event of a surge of COVID-19 patients, Marshall Hospital has a detailed plan to expand capacity to accommodate more patients, including equipment needs and medical professional support.


  • Coordination with public agencies - Marshall is engaged with El Dorado County Office of Emergency Services to ensure a coordinated and cohesive approach, should the need arise.


Marshall Medical Center| Visit our COVID-19 website