If you are charged with any sort of criminal charges of harassment you certainly are entitled to know what you are accused of and who accused you. But as far as any internal clinic records, you probably don't have the right to see those. You would have the right to see your medical file. But if the complaints were made in some sort of internal clinic file separate from your medical file, you would not have the right to see those as those would be considered the property of the clinic. My suggestion would be to ask for your medical file, and see if anything in there is recorded about the accusations.
It certainly sounds like they are being unreasonable. I think you need to go higher up on the chain of command at the clinic. Perhaps you should try to speak with the director or manager of the clinic to see what is going on. I suspect that they might be fearful of you bringing a sexual harassment action against them and so they are unwilling to disclose any information to you unless and until you commence an sexual harassment against them. If you do decide to bring some sort of sexual harassment or sexual battery action against them, then in the process of discovery in the lawsuit, you would be able to examine their records.
You would definitely have a valid claim against Nurse Julie and the clinic for Julie's conduct. It is only up to you to decide whether or not to bring legal action against them. Indeed, I agree Nurse Julie may be complaining to protect herself. But if she has done the same conduct to other patients, perhaps all of you should make a complaint to the clinic's management.
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