University of Oklahoma, School of Medicine
Naval Regional Medical Center
USC – LAC Medical Center
American Board of Radiology
Dr. Marshall completed his under graduate studies at Oklahoma State University, graduating Cum Ladue with a Bachelor of Science, Pre-Med. In 1972, Dr. Marshall was accepted to the Navy Medical Scholarship program at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine and received his Medical Degree in 1974. Dr. Marshall continued his medical career at the Naval Regional Medical Center, completing a rotational internship in 1975, followed by his diagnostic radiology residency in 1978.
In 1987, Dr. Marshall obtained a fellowship in Neuroradiology from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He also completed an additional imaging fellowship in 1987, at Huntington Medical Research in Pasadena, California.
Following completion of his residency, Dr. Marshall served as the Chief of Emergency Room and Inpatient Radiology Services at the Naval Regional Medical Center. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant in 1974 and was promoted to Lieutenant Commander in 1978. He attained the rank of Commander and honorably discharged from service in 1983.
Dr. Marshall has over 35 years of experience in neuroradiology and diagnostic radiology. Prior to joining Desert Radiology, Dr. Marshall worked as a teleradiologist for Eagle Eye Radiology. Additionally, he currently serves as the President for Heartland Radiology in Oklahoma City.
Dr. Marshall joined Desert Radiology in 2019, as a teleradiologist.
Radiological Society of North America
American Roentgen Ray Society