Woman in vegetative state who gave birth is tribal member

Woman in vegetative state who gave birth is tribal member

Woman in vegetative state who gave birth is tribal member

"I put a note on the door for no males to be coming in to do any checks, only females".

Two other Phoenix television stations later aired similar reports.

The boss of a private clinic in the USA has resigned after a woman in a vegetative state reportedly gave birth. Nurses soon realized she was actually giving birth.

"From what I've been told she was moaning and they didn't know what was wrong with her", an unidentified source told CBS Phoenix affiliate KPHO-TV.

Cesena's daughter almost drowned 14 years ago and was left with a traumatic brain injury that caused her to have hundreds of seizures a day.

"My heart stopped when I heard the news from my daughter".

"I saw people disappear and never come back", she said.

"A lot of parents are very, very concerned". The second staffer said she had seen "many" other staffers do the same thing.

"We're just trying to get more information".

"We don't have a systematic way to train people what's a good touch or a bad touch".

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Michaels also said the baby boy was born into a loving family, and will be well cared for. "Everything is so confusing right now".

Family members of other patients fear there may be more victims at Hacienda HealthCare, which has a history of patient mistreatment.

"My heart hurts, my chest hurts". According to agency documents, Hacienda HealthCare later corrected facility "deficiencies" that contributed to the incident.

Phoenix police on Saturday were investigating reports of a sexual assault after a woman who has been hospitalized in a vegetative state for the past decade gave birth.

She said CEO Bill Timmons, who resigned on Monday, told them not to report on an incident back in 1998.

In the statement, Gary Orman, Executive Vice President of the board for Hacienda Healthcare, vowed that the organization "will accept nothing less than a full accounting" of the incident. The Phoenix Police Department did not respond to HuffPost's request for comment.

She added, "We were talking about reporting it to CPS (now known as Department of Child Safety) and Bill Timmons slammed his fist on the table and said, 'No!"

Founded as Hacienda de Los Angeles in 1967, Hacienda HealthCare is described on its website as "the leading provider of specialized medical care and social services for Arizona's infants, children and young adults who are medically fragile or chronically ill, including those with developmental disabilities".

Jazzmyne has seizures every day and requires round-the-clock care. Sadly, one of her caretakers was not to be trusted and took advantage of her. Interview with Karina Cesena produced by Chris Harbord.

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