My ex also stated he plays basketball weekly with a prominent neurosurgeon. He also admitted He "talks" with this physician about confidential info.
I am a nurse. He is a business man. There is no way he could quote medical terminology so well.
If you believe someone has been providing information to your ex inappropriately, you should contact the hospital or doctor's office to ask about this.
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Your question implies that your former husband has gained unauthorized access to your medical records and your adult son's medical records. If that is your concern, and your former husband is identifying the neurosurgeon as his access point to medical records, I suggest you contact an attorney who can discuss this potential breach with the neurosurgeon or any other medical provider that appears to have made an improper disclosure of otherwise confidential personal health information.
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