Massive Breach Exposes 130K+ Patients’ Social Security Numbers at UHS of Delaware

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Universal Health Services of Delaware, Inc. (UHS) has suffered a major data breach, compromising the protected health information of over 130,000 patients, with potentially more affected nationwide.

The breach has raised concerns about the security of sensitive personal data, including names, addresses, Social Security numbers, medical records, and more. Console & Associates, P.C., a team of data breach lawyers, is investigating the incident and urging affected individuals to understand their legal rights. Patients are advised to take immediate steps to protect themselves and consider consulting a data breach attorney, as they may be entitled to financial compensation.


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