Hospital: 15 fired for looking at octuplet mom’s file

Fifteen employees were fired for improperly accessing medical records of Nadya Suleman, the mother of octuplets, a Kaiser Permanente spokesman said Monday. “We always provide training on the importance of patient privacy and confidentiality,” said Jim Anderson, the hospital spokesman. “We knew from the time she (Nadya Suleman) was admitted to the hospital in December, this case would attract attention.