1100 Marshall Way, Placerville
Designated as a Level III Trauma Center by El Dorado County Emergency Medical Services Agency, and verified by the American College of Surgeons (ACoS), Committee on Trauma. Marshall is one of only two verified Level III trauma centers in the entire state of California. Read more about it on this flier, or visit the ACoS website.
Staffed by physicians who are board certified emergency medicine doctors and specially trained registered nurses. Physicians and nurses are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, with many holding specialty certifications in trauma and emergency care.
- 24 hour diagnostic testing capability and specially trained technicians.
- Designated Emergency Preparedness facility and Base Hospital. We’re positioned to coordinate community resources during disasters and in caring for critically ill or injured patients.
- Fast Track area for patients needing urgent care for minor injuries and ailments.
Conditions and symptoms treated at Marshall’s Emergency Department include:
Acute pain and distress of all types, including chest and abdomen
- Respiratory distress
- Diabetic complications
- Broken bones/torn ligaments
- Wound care
- Injuries from accidents or crime
- Trauma cases (unless a neuro-surgeon is required)
- High blood pressure crisis
- Eye, ear, nose and throat problems
- Most other life threatening emergencies, with the exception of major trauma (requiring a neuro-surgeon)
Basic emergency services are available 24-hours a day and staffed by an emergency medicine board certified physician and nurses specifically trained in emergency care.
Daily from 12:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Marshall’s Fast Track service is staffed by a nurse practitioner or a physician’s assistant who attends to patients with minor aliments or injuries. This service is located in the Emergency Department.