A look inside Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino, a facility for seriously mentally ill people who committed crimes. A new report by the State Auditor found Patton paid $296,800 to four psychiatrists who regularly worked 11 to 18 fewer hours than their requisite 40 hours.
A look inside Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino, a facility for seriously mentally ill people who committed crimes. A new report by the State Auditor found Patton paid $296,800 to four psychiatrists who regularly worked 11 to 18 fewer hours than their requisite 40 hours. Anne Chadwick Williams File/The Sacramento Bee
A look inside Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino, a facility for seriously mentally ill people who committed crimes. A new report by the State Auditor found Patton paid $296,800 to four psychiatrists who regularly worked 11 to 18 fewer hours than their requisite 40 hours. Anne Chadwick Williams File/The Sacramento Bee
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