A nurse in Florida has been fired after posting images of a child born with a delivery defect on social media, in line with hospital officers.

Officers on the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami first discovered of the incident on Sept. 8, Lidia Amoretti, a hospital spokesperson, instructed NBC Information in an electronic mail Saturday.

Sierra Samuels, a nurse within the neonatal intensive care unit, shared pictures of a new child with gastroschisis — a delivery defect of the belly wall that causes the infant’s intestines to protrude from the physique — on her private social media accounts.

Hospital officers instantly positioned Samuels on administrative depart pending an investigation over privateness violations, in line with Amoretti. Samuels was then terminated from her job on the hospital on Sept. 15.

Posting images of sufferers with out authorization is usually thought of a violation of the Well being Insurance coverage Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which is designed to guard individuals’s medical data and different private well being info.

The images Samuels shared on social media had been accompanied with the captions, “My night time was going nice then growth!” and “Your intestines posed (sic) to be inside not outdoors child! #gastroschisis,” in line with WFOR-TV, which first reported the story.