Ca: Province solves medical mailing problem

The Canadian Press reports:

New Brunswick health officials say they have corrected a mailing problem that caused confidential medical reports intended for a doctor to be mistakenly sent elsewhere.

For over five years, Irene Doyle got a number of letters from the department of diagnostic imaging at Acadie-Bathurst Hospital that were sent to her post office box in Campbellton, N.B. Ms. Doyle says she marked the letters “return to sender” but continued to receive them.

It took the hospital five years to check and figure out that they hadn’t changed the physician’s address in their computer system? Oh my…..

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