Eisenhower Medical Center - 2011

The March 11 theft of a desktop resulted in the exposure of patient names, dates of birth, ages, Eisenhower medical record numbers and the last four digits of patient Social Security numbers. A television was also stolen during the burglary. Patient information from as far back as the 1980's may have been exposed.UPDATE (5/22/2014): A California appellate court ruled Wednesday that Eisenhower Medical Center did not violate California's Confidentiality of Medical Information Act.According to the Fourth District Court of Appeals, "names on a hospital patient index are not "medical informaiton" if they're not coupled with medical histories, condition or treatment".If the court had found the medical center in violation, they could have been faced with damages as high as $500 million dollars.