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Topic - University Of Iowa Hospitals And Clinics
One of three University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics workers being fired for allegedly breaching the medical records of injured football players is a 26-year employee who says she did nothing wrong, a union president said Monday.
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics will fire three employees and hand two others unpaid five-day suspensions after an investigation confirmed they inappropriately breached the medical records of hospitalized football players, a spokesman said Thursday.
The University of Iowa said Wednesday that 13 football players had to be hospitalized this week with a muscle disorder following grueling offseason workouts that left them with extreme soreness and discolored urine.
The University of Iowa says 12 football players have been hospitalized.
The University of Iowa says 12 football players have been hospitalized for symptoms likely related to offseason workouts.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says center Josh Koeppel will likely miss Saturday's season opener after a traffic accident in Iowa City.