The same person has been charged with six counts under the Criminal Code.
The allegations include improperly accessing other people's health information, inappropriately using and disclosing that information, and falsifying a record.
The case came to light after a reported breach to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
The maximum penalty for the offences under the Health Information Act is $50,000 for each charge, while the charges under the Criminal Code could result in jail time.
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