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August 20, 2014 7:17 PM

Chester, Lancaster hospital patients could be at risk after data breach

Community Health Systems – which operates eight hospitals in South Carolina including Chester Regional Medical Center and Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster – recently reported a cyber attack. Approximately 4.5million individuals nationwide who received services in the last five years could be affected, company officials reported.

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