University of California - San Francisco Family Medicine Center at Lakeshore - 12/03/2014

UCSF Family Medicine Center at Lakeshore notified patients of a theft of desktop computers that were unencrypted on or around January 11, 2014.  An immediate analysis of what information the computers obtained. On March 6, 2014 UCSF determined that some of the computers stolen contained Social Security numbers, names, dates of birth and medical record numbers, some only contained names, medical record numbers and health information. Those who were affected were asked to contact UCSF/ID Experts by calling 1-888-236-02991-888-236-0299  Monday through Friday from 6 a.m to 6 p.m Pacific time. When calling individuals are asked to used Access Code: 59832UPDATE (3/20.2014): The University of California at San Francisco is notifying 9,986 individuals who had information on the computers that were stolen from the UCSF Family Medicine Center at Lakeshore. The computers included information such as names, dates of birth, mailing addresses, medical record numbers, health insurance ID numbers and driver's license numbers. Of the 9,986 files, 125 of them also included Social Security Numbers. Credit monitoring is being offered to those whose Social Security numbers were affected. CallSend SMSAdd to SkypeYou'll need Skype CreditFree via Skype