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Issue Reporting

Issue Reporting

If you see or experience potential misconduct, or if you need guidance on a compliance related issue, you are encouraged to first communicate the issue to your supervisor or manager. You may also contact another supervisor or manager within your chain-of-command, HCA Human Resources, or the Office of Compliance.

Examples of compliance concerns include:

  • Billing regulations
  • Conflict of interest policies
  • Copyright and software privacy laws
  • Government contract requirements
  • Internal accounting controls
  • Patient rights or patient care policies
  • Policies prohibiting disclosure of confidential information

You can also call regarding a legal or ethical concern even if you're not sure there is a problem but encounter a situation that "does not feel right." The following are methods available to you for reporting an issue.

Please note: The Office of Compliance does NOT have regulatory or enforcement authority over COVID-19 issues. Enforcement of the Governors orders as related to COVID-19 needs to be done by law enforcement or through agencies with regulatory authority over the business/entity reported.

Should you have any matters to report regarding the regulation of restaurants, bars, supermarkets, hotels, pools, and body art studios, please contact Environmental Health Services at (714) 433-6000 or email at

If this is an Office of Compliance issue, you may contact us via the methods listed below:

Call Call Phone Office: (714) 568-5614
**Hotline: (866) 260-5636 [For Anonymous Reporting]
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Submit a Compliance issue online.
To report a HIPAA issue, please CLICK HERE

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In Person Walk Button Office of Compliance
405 West 5th Street, Ste. 212
Santa Ana, CA 92701
**IMPORTANT NOTE: The toll-free telephone hotline and online reporting services are confidential and can be used anonymously. They are operated 24 hours a day, seven days a week by an outside company, specializing in healthcare related compliance issues. An impartial associate will take down, or review, the information you have provided and will assign your issue a private code that will allow you to follow-up to verify the status of your claim to ensure we have addressed your concerns. All calls and online claims are referred to the Office of Compliance for processing.