Hack Notice

Hack Notice: Diamond Institute For Infertility & Menopause

Diamond Institute For Infertility & Menopause

On February 27, 2017 we discovered that an unknown individual had gained access to the third-party server containing our electronic health records database. Although the database and your electronic health records were encrypted and remain secure, certain backing documents may have been accessible. We immediately conducted an investigation and it was determined that the support documents may hold contained your name, address, date of birth, Social security number, lab results, and sonograms. Law enforcement has been notified and we are cooperating with their investigation.

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