You should find out more from the supervisor today. You may havean invasion of privacy or vilation of HIIPA matter but not sure. I will check to see if there are other categories to post your question under.
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Hi Francisco -
This is not a "malpractice" situation, but it may be a violation of your rights under the HIPAA medical privacy regulations and possibly under the California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act.
I hope that by now this matter is resolved with the clinic to your satisfaction. That's a good place to start.
If not, you may need to add more here so we are clear what your current situation and question is. Good luck.
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