There is a law called HIPAA. Prevents / doctors / or other medical institutions from disclosing clicked information as soon as you register. A few years ago, it was great, but people go crazy and chase other people and that's it, and. The patient must agree or sign that the visitor is OK and that his or her room number may be available. Most people do not sign this information.
I think he just called everyone, gave them a description and a name, and they made sure that person was there. You can also go and ask.
You call Ali, you know his name well.
You can also try calling your friends, neighbors and family.
Edit: We called everyone last week to see if anyone was there, and they provided us with information without asking where we were.
I would suggest calling locally and see if he subscribes (if he has your name clearly). Sometimes they don't provide any information, so they can call saying they are confirming that their brother has signed up ...
It can't be. No information will be disclosed. I have been working for some time now, even though the patient is there, no one is paying attention. This is known as HIPPA law.
Call you s.