sf.general.4.26.jpgHospital officials in San Francisco are trying to identify a patient who was admitted two weeks ago in critical condition after being found unconscious on a Bernal Heights street.

The unidentified man, who arrived at San Francisco General Hospital on April 11 after being located on Richland Avenue not far from San Jose Avenue at 4 p.m. that day, is now in fair condition, hospital spokeswoman Rachael Kagan said.

Although hospital officials had hoped to identify the man with his help once he became conscious a couple of days ago, “the normal processes of identifying him were not successful,” Kagan said.

The patient, a Latino man in his 40s who has short black hair and brown eyes, has not been able to tell hospital workers his name, Kagan said. He is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 150 lbs.

Hospital officials are asking anyone who may know who the patient is to contact the hospital at (415) 206-8000.

Patricia Decker, Bay City News

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