Spears, 26, was involuntary hospitalized at the campus’s psych ward for one week beginning Jan. 31, after her doctor made the request.
But the records reviewed by those who are targeted for dismissal were from previous hospitalizations at UCLA, the Times reports. The dates and purposes of those hospitalizations weren’t known.
UCLA officials declined to comment on the reported firings, but said in a statement: “UCLA Health System considers patient confidentiality a critical part of our mission of teaching, research and patient care. … We have stringent policies to protect patient confidentiality and address violations of those policies.”