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Toronto (Dec. 17, 2003) - Toronto Western Hospital, part of the University Health Network (UHN), is aware that a charge has been laid against an individual who worked in the Sleep Lab at Toronto Western Hospital. UHN is deeply concerned and is committed to working cooperatively with the Toronto police on their investigation. UHN will be reviewing hospital systems to ensure that our environment is as safe and secure as possible.
If any person who was a patient in the Sleep Lab at the Toronto Western Hospital has concerns relating to this matter, the police have requested calls to 14 Division CIB at 416 808 1404 or Crime Stoppers at 416 808 TIPS (8477). University Health Network's Patient Relations Department at 416-340-4907 is available to our patients.
University Health Network does not discuss individual matters of employment as a matter of policy. As this matter is currently under police investigation, UHN will not be releasing any further information.
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