More than 5.5M health records breached in September

Here are the companies that reported information breaches to HHS during September. They are arranged chronologically based on the date the breach was reported to HHS.

The Guthrie Clinic (Sayre, Pa.): 92,064 individuals impacted.

June E. Nylen Cancer Center (Sioux City, Iowa): 500 people affected.

Spectrum Health (Grand Rapids, Mich.): 52,711 people impacted.

UnityPoint Health (West Des Moines, Iowa): 27,410 people impacted.

Catholic Health System (South Carolina): 61,267 individuals impacted.

Starling Physicians (Rocky Hill, Conn.): 7,777 people affected.

Catholic Medical Center (Manchester, N.H.): 18,623 individuals affected.

The Christ Hospital Health Network (Cincinnati): 183,265 individuals affected.

ChristianaCare (Newark, Del.): 1,229 people impacted.

Augusta Health (Fishersville, Va.): 3,061 people impacted.

SCL Health-Kansas (Broomfield, Colo.): 3,845 individuals affected.

Alameda Health System (Oakland, Calif.): 2,691 individuals affected.

Gillette Childrens Specialty Healthcare (St. Paul, Minn.): 1,766 individuals impacted.

University of Missouri Health Care (Columbia): 189,736 people affected.

Childrens Minnesota (Minneapolis): 160,268 people affected.

Riverside Health System (Newport News, Va.): 54,151 people affected.

Safeguarding Arms Physical Rehabilitation Centers (Glen Allen, Va.): 683 people affected.

Carnegie (Okla.) Tri-County Municipal Hospital: 1,076 people impacted.

Accents on Health (Centennial, Colo.): 2,000 people affected.

Total Urology Care of New York (New York City): 23,000 people impacted.

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & & Research Institute (Tampa, Fla.): 4,056 individuals impacted.

Texas Childrens Hospital (Houston): 1,987 individuals affected.

SCL Health-Colorado (Broomfield): 343,493 people affected.

Piedmont Cancer Institute (Atlanta): 5,226 individuals affected.

Mount Sinai Health System (New York City): 87,535 people impacted.

The Baton Rouge (La.) Clinic: 308,000 individuals impacted.

Advocate Aurora Health (Milwaukee): 2,979 people affected.

Veterans Health Administration (Washington, D.C.): 44,308 individuals impacted.

Connecticut Childrens Medical Center (Hartford): 2,633 people affected.

Lycoming-Clinton Joinder Board (Williamsport, Pa.): 3,905 people affected.

Bluegrass Care Navigators (Lexington, Ky.): 2,343 people affected.

MedStar Health (Columbia, Md.): 668 people affected.

Skyland Trail (Atlanta): 2,818 people impacted.

Roper St. Francis Healthcare (Charleston, S.C.): 6,000 individuals affected.

Prelude Behavioral Services (Iowa City, Iowa): 699 individuals affected.

UCare Minnesota (Minneapolis): 4,806 individuals affected.

Nuvance Health (Danbury, Conn.): 314,829 people impacted (reporting on behalf of its New York entities).

Baylor College of Medicine (Dallas): 4,500 individuals impacted.

University of Tennessee Medical Center (Knoxville): 234,954 people impacted.

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NorthShore University HealthSystem (Evanston, Ill.): 348,746 individuals impacted.

UMass Memorial Medical Center (Worcester, Mass): 87,420 individuals impacted.

Inova Health System (Falls Church, Va.): 1,045,270 individuals affected.

Adventist HealthCare (Gaithersburg, Md.): 13,041 individuals impacted.

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health (Villanova, Pa.): 1,758 people impacted.

Joslin Diabetes Center (Boston): 71,160 individuals affected.

Community Health Network (Indianapolis): 81,118 people affected.

Enloe Medical Center (Chico, Calif.): 33,575 people affected.

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SCL Health-Montana (Broomfield, Colo.): 93,642 people affected.

University of Kentucky HealthCare (Lexington): 163,774 individuals affected.

Our Lady of the Lake (Baton Rouge, La.): 31,166 people affected.

Areas Hospital (St. Paul, Minn.): 52,795 individuals impacted.

Virginia Mason Medical Center (Seattle): 244,761 people affected.

Southern Indian Health Council (Alpine, Calif.): 695 individuals affected.

Specialized Alternatives for Families & & Youth of America (Delphos, Ohio): 58,123 individuals impacted.

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Hebrew SeniorLife (Boston): 27,244 people impacted.

Atrium Health (Charlotte, N.C.): 165,000 people affected.

Community Medical Centers (Fresno, Calif.): 43,667 individuals impacted.

Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston): 54,869 people impacted.

USA Health (Cullman, Ala.): 52,344 individuals affected.

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center (Buffalo, N.Y.): 141,669 people affected.

Erlanger Health System (Chattanooga, Tenn.): 4,938 people affected.

In September, 67 companies reported to HHS a cumulative total of 5,648,001 people being affected by information breaches.

Allina Health (Minneapolis): 199,389 individuals affected.

Roper St. Francis Healthcare: 92,963 individuals impacted (its second reporting in September).

Piedmont Healthcare (Atlanta): 111,588 people impacted.

Lehigh Valley Health Network (Allentown, Pa.): 81,487 individuals impacted.

University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina (Greenville, N.C.): 77,942 people impacted.

Life Enriching Communities (Loveland, Ohio): 2,345 individuals affected.

Mental Health Center of Boulder (Colo.) County: 2,650 people affected.