9226 N. Hinton Ave, Delhi, CA 95315

John T. Hackett, M.D.

California Psychiatric Transitions aims to provide a safe and secure facility while maintaining a therapeutic environment. With the aid of our creative, compassionate, and professional staff along with our highly structured program, we aim to achieve a supportive setting for our residents to meet their rehabilitation needs.

MEDICAL EDUCATION: University of Monterrey, Institute of Health Sciences, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico, Graduated, December 1977. State University of New York, School of Medicine, Buffalo, N.Y., June 30, 1978, completion of one year, 5th Pathway clerkship, June 30, 1979.

PGYI: Categorical Neurosurgical Training Program, St. Louis University Hospital, 1st year General Surgery completed, June 30, 1980

PGYII: Neurosurgical Resident, St. Louis University Hospitals, St. Louis, Missouri. Leave of absence to pursue psychiatry training, September 30, 1980

PGYII: Psychiatry Resident, Washington University of St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, 3 months inpatient service, including electro-convulsive training at Barnes Hospital, January, 1981 through March 30, 1981. PGYII- PGYIV: Psychiatry Resident, University of California – San Francisco at Fresno, CA. Completed April 30, 1984. Chief resident of psychiatry at UCSF at Fresno, July 1, 1983 through December 30, 1983. PSYCHOANALYTIC CASE SUPERVISION Eight years from Helen Stein, M.D., Fellow American Academy of Psychoanalysis.

BOARD SCORES: National Medical Board Part I, June 1976, 635 overall ECFMG, July, 1977, 88% overall FLEX, December 1977, (California), 86% overall

CERTIFIED AMERICAN BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY July of 1988 Part I exam (written) – passed April of 1986 Part II exam (clinical) – passed June of 1988


MEDICAL PRACTICE Staff physician at St. Louis City HOspital Emergency Room, October, 1980 through June, 1981 Part time emergency room staff, Valley Medical Center, Fresno, October, 1981 through November, 1984 Adult & Adolescent General Psychiatry, May, 1984, through the present Forensic Psychiatry, November, 1985, through the present

PRINCIPAL INTEREST Treatment and evaluation of the severely mentally disabled, inpatient and outpatient general psychiatry, forensic psychiatry; evaluation and treatment of Spanish speaking patients

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS St. Dominic’s Hospital Manteca, CA Consulting Psychiatrist, June 1992 through present. Doctors Medical Center Modesto, CA Consulting Psychiatrist, June 1991 through present. Doctors Hospital of Manteca Manteca, CA Consulting Psychiatrist, February 1991 through present. Memorial Hospital Modesto, CA Consulting Psychiatrist, November 1990 through present. Stanislaus Behavioral Health Attending Psychiatrist March, ’94 to present. St. Agnes Medical Center Consulting Psychiatrist, June 1984 through December 1989. Kingsburg General Hospital Consulting Psychiatrist, June 1984 through January 1987. Valley Medical Center Part time staff, October 1981 through November 1984. HCA Cedar Vista Hospital June of 1988, through December 1989.

OTHER AFFILIATIONS: Merced Manor, Special Treatment Program for severely mentally ill. Merced, CA Psychiatric director, Nov. 1990 through present California Psychiatric Transitions Medical director, Sept. ’95 to present Constructive Youth Assessment Oakdale, CA Consulting Psychiatrist. Stanislaus Behavioral Health Modesto, CA Consulting Psychiatrist.

FORENSIC CONSULTATION: Fresno Superior Court November 1986, through present. Stanislaus Superior Court January 1990, through November 1991. San Joaquin Superior Court March 1991, through present. Qualified Medical Examiner January 1992, through present. Fellow AADEP January 1994, through present.

STATE LICENSURE: Missouri August 1980, to 1991. California August 1981, to the present #A37239. Pennsylvania September 1989, to the present ND 43930-E.