The New Jersey Department of Health says in excess of 3,000 patients at a medical procedure focus may have been presented to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C.

Authorities state patients who had procedures done at the HealthPlus Surgery Center in Saddle Brook between January 2018 and Sept. 7, 2018 may have been uncovered.

Surgery center administrator Betty McCabe says the exposure was because of “inadequacies in disease control” including the cleaning of instruments and infusion of drugs. McCabe says 3,778 patients are being encouraged to get their blood tested.

The wellbeing office says the danger of disease is low, and no ailments have been accounted for. The division called it “a bounty of alert” to recommend that individuals be tried.

McCabe says the center is putting forth to pay restorative expenses related with testing.