Officials with the Baltimore Police Department have confirmed to ABC2 News that more than 300 women have called a hotline set up for those who were treated by a former Johns Hopkins doctor accused to filming patients.
The hotline was established Tuesday.
Dr. Levy is believed to have video taped patients during gynecological exams at Johns Hopkins.
The Hospital has been investigating Levy since earlier this month after an employee reported what the doctor was doing.
Dr. Levy is believed to have committed suicide in his Baltimore County home earlier this week.
Check back with ABC2 News as we continue to develop this story.
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