The University of Florida is notifying at least 14,339 patients of the UF&Shands Family Medicine at Main clinic in Gainesville after a clinic employee was found to have ties to an identity theft ring.
State and federal law enforcement agencies allege the employee with acquiring insurance information that includes patient names, addresses, dates of birth and Social Security numbers, and may have sold some of the information, according to a notice from the university. The employee has been terminated and may face criminal charges.
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