Hospital contractor posted a spreadsheet with patient personal info online; Governor calls for a stop to hospital expansions;

> Personal information for more than 3,600 Charleston Area Medical Center patients was revealed on an unsecure website, the Charleston Daily Mail reports. A hospital contractor had posted the spreadsheet containing names, addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers. Article

> A strand of hair and what looked like sunflower seed shells were discovered on a surgery tray in the OR at John Cochran VA Medical Center in St. Louis back in Dec. 2009, Fox2 Now reports. Article

> University Hospital in Augusta, Ga. is looking to employ more than 60 local physicians, the Augusta Chronicle reports. The move could bring in $55 million in additional revenue. Article

> The governor of New Hampshire called for a moratorium on hospital expansions and criticized the money made by healthcare executives, the Union Leader reports. The top 200 executives at 24 hospitals earned $60 million in salaries, he said. Article

> A man at Eastern Maine Medical Center allegedly tried to strangle the doctor with a stethoscope, Bangor Daily News reports. Article

And Finally... She'll probably prefer flip flops to shoes. Article