20 Hospital Workers Accused Of Violating Collier's Privacy Fired

Twenty hospital workers — nurses, admissions workers and patient relations staff — lost their jobs this week, accused of breaking federal privacy rules by accessing the medical records of the Jaguars’ Richard Collier.

Two weeks after Collier — who was shot 14 times — was well enough to be discharged from Shands-Jacksonville Medical Center, 20 hospital employees were fired for violating Collier’s medical privacy.

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