Technically not. A few were convicted of Manslaughter or accidental death something else instead, or were never charged, but the hospital has good info... I know at least nine murderers. There may be more. I didn't keep track so much in the early years. I never much though about them as a group until this year, when a gun-control question nudged me into generalising.
I think none of them shot their victim. Two drownings, two vehicular homicide, two arson, two stabbings, and a pushing-off-a-high-place. I know a couple of other negligent homicides, of failing to call the ambulance because they were too high/ too angry. Oh wait. A strangling and an assault with a baseball bat that resulted in death. Two others who I can't remember how they killed their fathers. Only three were actually on my caseload - the others just had an understandable notoriety around the hospital. Most were not convicted of anything. So eleven, or sixteen, or maybe a few more. A smothering and a throwing a child out a window. So 13/18. Quite a lot. But then, I've been doing this a long time. No shootings, I don't think, except maybe those patricides. I am counting three attempted killings where the victim survived, paralysed, just because the perpetrators would seem to be in the same category.
I don't know what to make of it.
Update: As of Tuesday it will be 14/19. The quickness suggests there have been more. but i haven't noted them as they passed by. Patients are patients. They have problems that need addressing, and I am only involved in the criminal side tangentially.