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Hack Notice: CA: Woman claims doctor mishandled patient records

CA: Woman claims doctor mishandled patient records

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Tori Cooper reports: Thousands of confidential patient records made it into 23ABC Newsroom Friday. Haylee Jones, stopped by with a boxwood full of patient records, detailing highly privileged personal information belonging to thousands of patients in Kern County along with prescriptions and more. Kern Medical confirmed with us that Rishi Telwar was in the residency training program at Kern Medical, but that he was not permitted to take home patient records. record more on Turnto23.

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