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 April 21, 2016  Breaches, Healthcare

John O’Brien reports:

A Syracuse doctor has been charged with hiding two surveillance cameras in a bathroom of a hospital’s intensive care unit.

Dr. Jeffrey Gould, 32, admitted hiding two “spy pens” in a third-floor unisex bathroom in Crouse Hospital’s ICU last month, according to a Syracuse police report.

One camera was taped to the ridge of a trash can and the other was attached to a toilet paper dispenser, according to police reports.

Read more on Syracuse.com. Reportedly, he was trying to obtain evidence that a co-worker had stolen his medications. There’s no evidence that the cameras captured any patients or private parts.

But even so…. yeah.

  One Response to “New York doctor is accused of hiding two surveillance cameras in a bathroom of a hospital’s intensive care unit”

  1. Um, there has got to be a better way to find out if coworkers are taking medications…um, yeah.. this is just plain weird.. sorry for being judgmental.

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