Personal Info of More Than 3 Million Patients Stolen From Calif. Medical Facility

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The personal information of more than three million people was stolen from a Sacramento medical facility, reported.

Sutter Health said it learned of the theft on Monday, Oct. 17. The information was stored on a password-protected, unencrypted computer, which was taken from the office of the Sutter Medical Foundation.

The computer did not have patients’ financial information, social security numbers or health insurance ID numbers, according to a statement from

If you used a Sutter physician between the years 1995 and January 2011, the stolen computer contained the following information: patients’ name, address, date of birth, phone number, e-mail address, medical record number and the name of the patients’ health insurance plan.

The computer also contained descriptions of medical diagnoses and procedures used between 2005 and January 2011.

If you have any questions regarding whether your information was included in the computer, or are concerned about this incident, you can call a toll-free hotline: (855) 770-0003, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. At the prompt, enter this code: 7637111511

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