Archives for April 1992

Sofia Pamplona

Los Angeles Times D.A. DECIDES NOT TO CHARGE 4 PSYCHIATRISTS; MOONLIGHTING: PROSECUTORS ARE UNABLE TO PROVE THE STATE HOSPITAL DOCTORS WERE DOUBLE DIPPING BY WORKING AT COUNTY FACILITIES. By TINA DAUNT April 11, 1992 The Ventura County district attorney’s office has decided not to file criminal charges against four Camarillo State Hospital psychiatrists who were […]

Beth Milford

Los Angeles Times D.A. DECIDES NOT TO CHARGE 4 PSYCHIATRISTS; MOONLIGHTING: PROSECUTORS ARE UNABLE TO PROVE THE STATE HOSPITAL DOCTORS WERE DOUBLE DIPPING BY WORKING AT COUNTY FACILITIES. By TINA DAUNT April 11, 1992 The Ventura County district attorney’s office has decided not to file criminal charges against four Camarillo State Hospital psychiatrists who were […]

Daisy DeMaranville

Los Angeles Times D.A. DECIDES NOT TO CHARGE 4 PSYCHIATRISTS; MOONLIGHTING: PROSECUTORS ARE UNABLE TO PROVE THE STATE HOSPITAL DOCTORS WERE DOUBLE DIPPING BY WORKING AT COUNTY FACILITIES. By TINA DAUNT April 11, 1992 The Ventura County district attorney’s office has decided not to file criminal charges against four Camarillo State Hospital psychiatrists who were […]

Ali Azizi

Los Angeles Times D.A. DECIDES NOT TO CHARGE 4 PSYCHIATRISTS; MOONLIGHTING: PROSECUTORS ARE UNABLE TO PROVE THE STATE HOSPITAL DOCTORS WERE DOUBLE DIPPING BY WORKING AT COUNTY FACILITIES. By TINA DAUNT April 11, 1992 The Ventura County district attorney’s office has decided not to file criminal charges against four Camarillo State Hospital psychiatrists who were […]

Margaret Bean-Bayog

The Boston Globe Written records cover case notes, letters, fantasy By Don Aucoin April 6, 1992 The case of a Lexington psychiatrist and the patient she is accused of driving to suicide has unfolded publicly to an unusual extent because of a voluminous written record that includes three major groups: case notes, sexual fantasies, and […]

Thomas Arthur Williams

St. Petersburg Times Mentally ill psychiatrist suspended By CAROL GENTRY April 5, 1992 The former chief of psychiatry at Tampa’s VA hospital has been stricken by the same illness he once treated. On Saturday, the Florida Board of Medicine suspended the license of Dr. Thomas Arthur Williams, 55, on the grounds he is mentally ill. […]