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Dr. A rolled his eyes.



It was last October, and he had just come across a triage note that said, “I have a tracker in me.”



Dr. A  — we’re not using his name or identifying his hospital, which is in a major American city, to protect patient safety — is 28 years old, a resident and about as green as they come.



And he’s got a patient who claims she’s got a GPS tracking device implanted in her side.



“When you work on the east side of our hospital, psychiatric patients are a dime a dozen,” he said.



But this patient is different. She’s put together. She’s lucid. She’s got an incision.


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