Granger Clinic may have lost patients’ appointment documents

Jennifer Dobner reports:

A West Valley City-based medical clinic has alerted federal health officials of a possible data breach after a collection of about 2,600 medical appointment records slated for shredding went missing.

The Granger Medical Clinic records had been printed from an electronic scheduling database and included the names of patients, the dates and times of appointments and the reason for the medical visit, said Steven Hester, the clinic’s attorney. All of the records were from 2012.

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