SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two Sutter Health employees were terminated after inappropriately accessing medical records, officials say.

A source tells CBS13 that the employees were fired for looking into the medical records of Golden State Killer/East Area Rapist suspect Joseph DeAngelo.

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Sutter Health officials would not say whose medical records were accessed, but they did confirm that their privacy monitoring technology recently detected inappropriate access.

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The employees who accessed the records were terminated, Sutter Health says.

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“Following their termination, we reminded all employees of our zero tolerance policy and our shared responsibility to protect the safety of our patients, which includes only accessing patient information with a legitimate business reason,” Sutter Health spokesperson Nancy Turner wrote in a statement to CBS13.

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Exactly what position the two terminated employees held at Sutter Health has not been released.

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Turner says Sutter Health has implemented sophisticated monitoring tools in recent years to prevent and identify inappropriate access to medical records.