Two computers stolen from Ottawa medical centre

imageCTV Ottawa reports:

ON, CANADA — The Bruyere Family Medical Centre in Ottawa is warning patients that two computers used for storing personal information were stolen in October, and as a result patients should keep an eye on their credit rating.

The centre says there is a high probability that password-protected data for about 60,000 patients who used the clinic over the last 35 years was stored on the hard drives of those computers.

That data includes patient names, their date of birth, address, health card number and telephone number. The information was collected from 1971 to 2006.

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