Miss Sunrise reported the breach to the Information Commissioner and said she felt ‘violated’ by the invasion of her privacy.
The nurse, from Ilkeston, Derbyshire, dated 43-year-old Mr Almeer for 11 months, the BBC reports.
She was shocked to learn in March that Mr Almeer had accessed her records twice, including details of her ultrasound and test results.
The private sector nurse, who is now 29 weeks into her pregnancy, said she was assured an investigation would take place after confronting the hospital.
She was told Mr Almeer was handed a week suspension and ordered to undergo online training before his return to work.
She said: ‘He seems to have completely got away with doing such an awful thing, abusing his position and violating my privacy by accessing my records.
NUH said they could not isolate my records from everyone else’s or protect them from being accessed again.
‘The hospital was not supportive or sympathetic to the situation I was in.
‘As a single mum-to-be it would have been nice to be able to have my baby in a familiar place with close friends and support nearby,’ she said.
‘I feel like NUH is trying to cover up this massive breach in information governance and sweep it under the carpet because he is a consultant.
‘It has all been a very traumatic experience for me.’
A spokesperson for the NUH trust said: ‘Accessing a patient’s medical records without clinical justification is completely unacceptable, and is a violation of basic privacy rights as well as patient confidentiality.
‘We investigated this incident as soon as we were made aware, took action in line with our policies, and reported the breach to the information commissioner.
‘We recognise how upsetting this is and have apologised unreservedly to Ms Sunrise that this has happened.’
A spokesperson for the Information Commissioner’s Office said: ‘Nottingham University Hospitals has made us aware of an incident and we are assessing the information provided.’