DNA tests at clinic where woman in coma gave birth

DNA tests at clinic where woman in coma gave birth

A patient there gave birth to a child.

The woman was an enrolled tribal member of the San Carlos Apache tribe of southeastern Arizona, according to officials.

The department of health ordered Hacienda to implement "heightened safety measures", spokeswoman Melissa Blasius-Nuanez said. And she has been covering this story, which may not be appropriate for some listeners.

In the United States nursing home Hacienda HealthCare in Phoenix has brought to the end of December, the patient is a child. But we should harness that rightful outrage and oppose all violations of women's bodies - including those extreme misogynist cruelties done in the name of "life".

"We will continue to cooperate with Phoenix Police and all other investigative agencies to uncover the facts in this deeply disturbing, but unprecedented situation", the facility said in a statement.

SHAPIRO: The police held a press conference that you attended today.

As one of Chicago's top nursing home abuse and neglect firms, Levin & Perconti is unfortunately no stranger to cases of sexual assault and rape within nursing facilities. What else did you learn there?

A source familiar with the situation also told Arizona Family the facility has adjusted its policy on male employees and female patients. "But suffice it to say, it is a large number of individuals".

He didn't release the conditions of the woman and her child, who will be taken in by his mother's family.

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Alejandro Benally, chief of the San Carlos Apache Police Department, said that the matter is under the jurisdiction of the Phoenix Police Department and that his department would assist the department in any way possible.

"The baby boy has been born into a loving family and will be well cared for", said John Micheaels, a lawyer retained by the woman's family, that they were not "emotionally ready to make a public statement".

He says the incapacitated woman wasn't able to give consent.

AZ Family reported a source at Hacienda HeathCare said "none of the staff were aware she was pregnant until she way pretty much giving birth". It was only when the birth mother went into labor, got to know of it, informed the nursing home.

Foetal medicine expert Dr C Kevin Huls said that while some factors remain unknown, such as how far along she was in her pregnancy, someone who is fed the same amount from a tube every day might not show any dramatic changes that would be noticed, especially by staff who do not work with pregnant patients. Hacienda Nursing Facility is now rated 1 out of 5 stars for staffing, or much below average.

INNES: Well, the facility this woman was in is an intermediate - it's described as an intermediate-level facility for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

SHAPIRO: Obviously, there are legal considerations here. Yet despite this clear law, cases of rape, assault, and sexual abuse still persist. This was a facility that was supposed to be caring for its patients and appears to have egregiously failed at that responsibility.

INNES: Well, that's a good question that we are trying to find out ourselves.

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