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Oahu business owner hit with possible medical ID theft after losing $20,000 in previous case

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Possible Medical ID Theft at Queen's Medical Center

HONOLULU-HI (KITV-4) A Honolulu man who got his Identity stolen a year ago is a victim once again. This time the largest hospital in Hawaii is conducting an internal investigation into a possible case of ID theft this time to use its medical services.

The stolen identity nightmare for Phong Kha who runs his own auto body repair in mapunapuna began last July when his identity was taken. At that time, more than 20 thousand dollars from his bank account and credit cards were taken. Kha thought his nightmare was over until he got a call from Queen’s Medical Center.

Hawaii's largest hospital is now conducting an investigation to see whether someone recently used this man's personal information to access medical services.

HONOLULU (KITV4) -- A Honolulu man who had his identity stolen a year ago is a victim once again.

This time the largest hospital in Hawaii is conducting an internal investigation into a possible case of ID theft this time to use its medical services.

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