Historic California Posts, Camps, Stations and Airfields
Naval Hospital, San Leandro
History by Thomas L. Snyder

Constructed specifically to care for “war neurosis” and “combat fatigue” cases, this hospital, built on rolling hills adjacent to the Oakland Naval Hospital, was commissioned with 500 beds 15 August 1944. Just over two years later, on 1 September 1946, the hospital was decommissioned, and its property subsumed by the nearby Oakland Naval Hospital

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Updated 8 February 2016