St George's Clinic
St George's Clinic was an outpatient care clinic for HIV-infected patients at Cooper Green Mercy Hospital. It was founded in 1992 after physician Jane Mobley and social worker Ann Atkinson won a $450,000 federal grant. It was named for St George who, in addition to serving as protector of those suffering fevers, also slew a fearsome dragon.
Mobley was the clinic's first director, and was succeeded by Susan Ferguson.