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Marshall Medical Center unaffected by nursing strikes

Marshall Medical Center, headquartered in Placerville, is not and will not be affected by the current nursing strike affecting at least 34 Kaiser and Sutter locations statewide, officials announced today.

“Marshall would like to recognize the exceptional nursing and clinical staff working at Marshall, who provide our patients compassionate care day and night,” states a press release issued by Marshall’s  Community Relations Office today. “Marshall will operate its hospital, emergency services and physician clinics as usual during this Kaiser / Sutter nursing strike.”

Marshall medical center is an independent, nonprofit community healthcare provider located in the heart of the Sierra foothills. Its facilities include Marshall Hospital, a fully accredited acute care facility with 105 beds, located in Placerville; several outpatient facilities in Cameron Park, El Dorado Hills, Placerville and Georgetown; and many community health and education programs.

Marshall has more than 160 board-certified physicians and a team of more than 1,300 employees providing quality healthcare services to the 175,000 residents of El Dorado County.

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