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Nurses protest Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s name on San Francisco Hospital

When Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated $75 million to San Francisco General Hospital, it was more than enough to get the facility renamed in his honor.
Having Zuckerberg’s name on the facility is not, however, a welcome sight for every nurse and patient. In fact, the so-called Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital is making some of them very uneasy.
“People are afraid. I’ve spoken with people who have said, ‘I’m afraid to tell my doctor anything, because I don’t know who is going to get that information,’” Zuckerberg General registered nurse Sasha Cuttler told KPIX-TV.
Some nurses at the hospital began campaigning Tuesday to get Zuckerberg’s name removed, the TV station reported.
“It’s fine to have somebody’s name and to accept a donation and fundraising, but that doesn’t mean you can do whatever you like with patient data,” Cuttler said.
Cuttler said other members of the Service Employees International Union 1021 are also standing

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