Officials have alerted patients of an Army hospital in Texas that their personal information may have been exposed, the Associated Press reports. An Army spokesman said a three-ring binder containing the names, phone numbers and health information of nearly 1,300 Brooke Army Medical Center patients was stolen from a case manager's car. The Army also notified police, the Department of Defense and the Department of Health and Human Services. The case worker received a letter of concern even though having information in a car off-post does not violate Army regulations.
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