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Personal information for millions of HCA Healthcare patients in 20 states has been stolen and is now available on a data breach forum. On Monday, the company discovered that a list of certain information with respect to some of its patients was made available by an “unauthorized party” on an online forum, the company said in a statement. The list includes: Patient name, city, state, and zip code; patient email, telephone number, date of birth, gender; and patient service date, location and next appointment date.

“There has been no disruption to the care and services HCA Healthcare provides to patients and communities,” health system executives said. “This incident has not caused any disruption to the day-to-day operations of HCA Healthcare.”

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