SAN FRANCISCO — In January, Deanna DeBaeke plugged her name into Google — and was shocked at what she found.

Right there online were three reports containing the Sonoma County resident’s confidential medical information relating to her treatment at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital a year earlier. Her height and weight, smoking history, blood pressure and patient account number and treatment dates were available for friends, neighbors, even potential employers, to see.

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