ⓘ John George Psychiatric Pavilion

                                     

ⓘ John George Psychiatric Pavilion

John George Psychiatric Hospital, previously John George Psychiatric Pavilion, also known as John George Psychiatric Emergency Room, John George Hospital or John George, is a psychiatric hospital located in San Leandro, in Alameda County, California. It is operated by the Alameda Health System.

It is located near Fairmont hospital and the County center of juvenile justice. It was named after County supervisor John George.

In November 2003, the doctor at the facility, Erlinda Ursua, died there and the patient, 38-year-old woman was charged with murder. Patient pleaded not guilty in 2005.

                                     
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