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Osceola Healthcare discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Osceola Healthcare discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"Know, maggots were found on the hacienda healthcare patient under a bandage. And this is a number example of just absolute negligence at this facility Osceola healthcare says the maggots were found Wednesday under his GAAS bandage near the surgical opening for his trait tube he was taken to the hospital for care. But win back at hacienda on Thursday. The facility tells me they found more maggots and he was sent back to the hospital. You know, I gotta tell you, though, this is the thing not everybody. There could be this incompetent. Yeah. I mean because we've talked to some nurses that

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our on Arizona's news station. KTAR news ninety two three SM hacienda healthcare. We've been talking about this ever since a woman back in December gave birth to a little boy. The unfortunate part is that woman was sexually assaulted. She was incapacitated. She's been incapacitated. The majority of her life. So we've been talking about this place for a number of weeks now. Well, we just found out earlier today, the hacienda healthcare board of directors. They are going to shut down a partial bit of that healthcare facility. The they determined that they can operate continue to operate the intermediate care facility for the intellectually disabled, which is where this woman was being cared for. They have closed the unit where the incapacitated woman was raped. Well, it's about time. I mean. Yeah, you close it down and. I think we're seeing is this place is starting to get shut down piece by piece, and yeah, it should happen. It should happen. Not only because an incapacitated woman was raped. They're not only because she gave birth. They're not only because nobody knew she was pregnant until she was delivering. Yeah. This comes from the top up, the CEO is a total scum. You haven't heard a peep from that guy. Because he knows what happened. He knows taking money fraud. Sexual harassment charges against him. The guy is a disgusting human being and as soon as all this stuff happened. He bailed. So what happens no-one's running the place? I mean, really there's no CEO's. Nobody running the place you got to close it down. And I know it's easier said than done you're gonna have to find a place to bring some of these patients to that's not the easiest thing. But governor Ducey has started to I think close this place down. He's looking for the attorney general what what charges are we gonna file against hacienda? He's he he made an executive order the other day that said, hey, if you're in this type of business in healthcare, and all that we're going to put you through classes every year just real quick. I just want to make sure everybody understands this is not by Doug ducey's order. It is not this is the board of directors. Right order that they cannot run this particular side of the facility, but that doesn't mean this is over allegations still continues the investigation will probably uncover. I'll. A lot of stuff that we didn't know before this hoc- into healthcare. This story is not over by a long shot, and they still have another deadline to meet tomorrow. Yeah. I mean, there are unable to get anybody to run the hospital, and they say they can't afford to either. And that's bull because they paid. You know, how many hundreds of thousands of pages of the CEO he paid CEO Timmons six hundred grand. Yeah. It would cost a private company to come in less than five hundred grand you, and they said, well, we don't have that kind of wait a minute. You were just paying this guy one hundred grand anymore. There's an open a salary there. So sixty the sixty bed intermediate care facility that part of hacienda healthcare where the patient was raped and recently gave birth that part of it is getting shut down. And I gotta tell you. Now. It's about the care for those patients. They have to find good care because I don't know if they were getting good care over there. And I say this all the time there are plenty of nurses, and doctors and staff that work at hacienda, upstanding citizens. They're good people. You know, they're they're caring for people who can't care for themselves and most I'm sure have done a great job. But one low-life was able to do what he did. And. Thank goodness. He's in jail. He ain't going anywhere. And he probably won't go anywhere for a while. But there were some good people at hacienda. So are people going to start losing their job? Yes. Is that is? But that's where you got to go with this place. You've gotta shut it down. And maybe you just shut it down in parts. So you've got this part of the hospital. That's going to get shut down. All right. Let's take care of those patients and put them in a place that's going to be better than this. And then let's work on the next part of the hospital. And then we'll find a place for for those people. And then let's do this to the next part of. I think he got I think you've got to gradually dismantle hacienda healthcare. There are certain things or certain. There are certain problems that arise that you just can't recover from. I don't know how you recover from something like this with which is such an unbelievable story. Such terrible story. Such a heartbreaking story. I I don't know how anybody in good faith, unless you want to change the name and try to stay in business. But you've gotta come. You've gotta come before the governor. You gotta come before the state you've got to deal with an investigation. You've gotta deal with a deadline. I wonder if this is just the beginning of the end, and they're just going to try to stop this train. But you can't do it. It's not like a convenience store or restaurant where you just shut the doors. You lock it. And nobody can can be served. You have people here that are dependent. And I mean, literally and figuratively dependent on the staff in this facility. You can't just shut it down. So they are moving now to transport and and transition these people into other facilities, but that's not easy either. Now is that something you said really made me think you can't recover from this. Okay. What exactly does that mean? Instead of. It just being like a blanket statement that I'm making he can't recover. What does that mean? Well, put it this way. Do you think they're going to get new patients in? Do you think there's a family out there that if a tragedy happens to their child or a loved one, and they need this type of help? And they say, well, let's go to hacienda healthcare. I don't think. So I don't think so no way. No way, there's worries that are just become so big, and it becomes associated with such a bad deal that Hocine into healthcare will probably be one of them in my estimation. I I'm not saying that it will. I'm just saying it'll be one of those stories that you remember because it is just so unbelievable. How women was sexually assaulted and gave birth to a child and no one knew about. I mean, this is how big we live here in the valley in Arizona, right. If our job is to sift through the news every day, there are places like this across the country that have battened down the hatches because of this story thinking to do we have something like this going on? That's how big of a ripple effect. It has gone across the country that other institutions other healthcare facilities will many new are saying we need to make sure this doesn't happen here. Yeah. The baby we haven't talked about in a while. Baby boy's reportedly in good health. The family will raise the child and Nathan Sutherland who's the monster arrested. He pled not guilty. Just the other day. Good luck with that. I don't think it's gonna work out real well for either DNA evidence there's a child, but. You know, that's the breaking news part of hacienda healthcare. The unit where the incapacitated woman was rate is going to be shut down permanently. It's about time. It's about time. Imagine Gaydos, best of our T T A R news ninety two three FM. It's Bruce St James, and you've heard me talk about Carol royse with Keller Williams.

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Hacienda HealthCare closing unit where woman was raped and gave birth

Mac and Gaydos

06:40 min | 3 years ago

Hacienda HealthCare closing unit where woman was raped and gave birth

"Hacienda healthcare. We've been talking about this ever since a woman back in December gave birth to a little boy. The unfortunate part is that woman was sexually assaulted. She was incapacitated. She's been incapacitated. The majority of her life. So we've been talking about this place for a number of weeks now. Well, we just found out earlier today, the hacienda healthcare board of directors. They are going to shut down a partial bit of that healthcare facility. The they determined that they can operate continue to operate the intermediate care facility for the intellectually disabled, which is where this woman was being cared for. They have closed the unit where the incapacitated woman was raped. Well, it's about time. I mean. Yeah, you close it down and. I think we're seeing is this place is starting to get shut down piece by piece, and yeah, it should happen. It should happen. Not only because an incapacitated woman was raped. They're not only because she gave birth. They're not only because nobody knew she was pregnant until she was delivering. Yeah. This comes from the top up, the CEO is a total scum. You haven't heard a peep from that guy. Because he knows what happened. He knows taking money fraud. Sexual harassment charges against him. The guy is a disgusting human being and as soon as all this stuff happened. He bailed. So what happens no-one's running the place? I mean, really there's no CEO's. Nobody running the place you got to close it down. And I know it's easier said than done you're gonna have to find a place to bring some of these patients to that's not the easiest thing. But governor Ducey has started to I think close this place down. He's looking for the attorney general what what charges are we gonna file against hacienda? He's he he made an executive order the other day that said, hey, if you're in this type of business in healthcare, and all that we're going to put you through classes every year just real quick. I just want to make sure everybody understands this is not by Doug ducey's order. It is not this is the board of directors. Right order that they cannot run this particular side of the facility, but that doesn't mean this is over allegations still continues the investigation will probably uncover. I'll. A lot of stuff that we didn't know before this hoc- into healthcare. This story is not over by a long shot, and they still have another deadline to meet tomorrow. Yeah. I mean, there are unable to get anybody to run the hospital, and they say they can't afford to either. And that's bull because they paid. You know, how many hundreds of thousands of pages of the CEO he paid CEO Timmons six hundred grand. Yeah. It would cost a private company to come in less than five hundred grand you, and they said, well, we don't have that kind of wait a minute. You were just paying this guy one hundred grand anymore. There's an open a salary there. So sixty the sixty bed intermediate care facility that part of hacienda healthcare where the patient was raped and recently gave birth that part of it is getting shut down. And I gotta tell you. Now. It's about the care for those patients. They have to find good care because I don't know if they were getting good care over there. And I say this all the time there are plenty of nurses, and doctors and staff that work at hacienda, upstanding citizens. They're good people. You know, they're they're caring for people who can't care for themselves and most I'm sure have done a great job. But one low-life was able to do what he did. And. Thank goodness. He's in jail. He ain't going anywhere. And he probably won't go anywhere for a while. But there were some good people at hacienda. So are people going to start losing their job? Yes. Is that is? But that's where you got to go with this place. You've gotta shut it down. And maybe you just shut it down in parts. So you've got this part of the hospital. That's going to get shut down. All right. Let's take care of those patients and put them in a place that's going to be better than this. And then let's work on the next part of the hospital. And then we'll find a place for for those people. And then let's do this to the next part of. I think he got I think you've got to gradually dismantle hacienda healthcare. There are certain things or certain. There are certain problems that arise that you just can't recover from. I don't know how you recover from something like this with which is such an unbelievable story. Such terrible story. Such a heartbreaking story. I I don't know how anybody in good faith, unless you want to change the name and try to stay in business. But you've gotta come. You've gotta come before the governor. You gotta come before the state you've got to deal with an investigation. You've gotta deal with a deadline. I wonder if this is just the beginning of the end, and they're just going to try to stop this train. But you can't do it. It's not like a convenience store or restaurant where you just shut the doors. You lock it. And nobody can can be served. You have people here that are dependent. And I mean, literally and figuratively dependent on the staff in this facility. You can't just shut it down. So they are moving now to transport and and transition these people into other facilities, but that's not easy either. Now is that something you said really made me think you can't recover from this. Okay. What exactly does that mean? Instead of. It just being like a blanket statement that I'm making he can't recover. What does that mean? Well, put it this way. Do you think they're going to get new patients in? Do you think there's a family out there that if a tragedy happens to their child or a loved one, and they need this type of help? And they say, well, let's go to hacienda healthcare. I don't think. So I don't think so no way. No way, there's worries that are just become so big, and it becomes associated with such a bad deal that Hocine into healthcare will probably be one of them in my estimation. I I'm not saying that it will. I'm just saying it'll be one of those stories that you remember because it is just so unbelievable. How women was sexually assaulted and gave birth to a child and no one knew about. I mean, this is how big we live here in the valley in Arizona, right. If our job is to sift through the news every day, there are places like this across the country that have battened down the hatches because of this story thinking to do we have something like this going on? That's how big of a ripple effect. It has gone across the country that other institutions other healthcare facilities will many new are saying we need to make sure this doesn't happen

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Hacienda Healthcare discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Hacienda Healthcare discussed on Dave Ramsey

"Hacienda healthcare has responded to today's state set deadline indicating that they are willing to enter an agreement with the department of health services to license. Their intermediate care facility. This is the unit hacienda. Previously said they would close access says it is not the state's goal to move patients from this

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Top story. KTAR breaking news. This just into the KTAR newsroom. Hacienda healthcare has announced it is shutting down one of its units after a female patient had been raped KTAR's. Peterson more is live in the news center. Becky hacienda healthcare is closing its immediate care facility for intellectually disabled permanently. In a statement, the KTAR hacienda says, the board of directors came to understand operation of that facility is simply not sustainable clients are being transferred to other facilities already as KTAR has reported following the rape and impregnation of a severely disabled woman who later gave birth Phoenix. Police arrested a former nurse at the hospital and charged him with the crime again hacienda healthcare, telling us it is closing permanently. It's immediate care facility for the intellectually disabled after one of its clients had been raped and impregnated live in the news center. Peter say more KTAR news Finney McCain is apologizing after inaccurately claiming that she stopped human trafficking at the Phoenix airport when she. Reported a toddler with a woman of a different ethnicity and something didn't click. The widow of former US Senator John McCain told KTAR's MAC and Gaydos that the woman was waiting for a man who bought the child get off a plane last week Phoenix police disputed that story transients pleaded not guilty to killing a pregnant lift driver and her baby and Phoenix last week twenty year old Fabian Deraza entered the plea of not guilty today to two counts of first degree murder kidnapping armed robbery and auto theft and apples released an iphone update to fix the software flaw that that let people eavesdrop on others while using FaceTime the bug enabled interlopers to turn an iphone into a live microphone while using group. Facetime. Time now to check on the traffic.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"FOX is. That's one of the messages in tonight's state of the union address. Anybody who's sitting there with their arms, hold the haram thing? Looking like, they suck on women's counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, but both sides are bringing guests designed to make a point. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in DC. Lisa on the president and first lady's guest list and angel family that lost loved ones soon alleged illegal immigrant and middle schooler named Joshua Trump. No relation to the president who's been picked on because of his name. There are also the Matthew Charles first prisoner to be released under the first step back to criminal Justice reform law. Democrats also bringing guests New York Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. It's bringing a protester who can front dense Senator Jeff flake in an elevator during the debate over Justice Brad Kavanagh last fall, we saw thanks Rachel the now former nurse suspected of being the father of a patient's baby. Just finishing a court date in Arizona. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal. Has this live? Lisa Nathan Sutherland appeared in court over charges that he sexually abused a patient at hacienda healthcare in Phoenix and impregnated her not guilty plea centered on your behalf. Their next court date will be our initial pretrial conference scheduled for March the nineteenth after the woman who has severe intellectual disabilities and cannot speak gave birth at the long term care facility. Investigators began looking into who had been providing her care like the doctors, and nurses and a DNA sample revealed Sutherland was the father of the baby the woman's family said they would be caring for the child. Sutherland's attorney says they will be presenting a full legal defense. Lisa Jessica, the US postal service has a woman shot and killed along an interstate in suburban Chicago last night had been a postal worker for more than twenty five years state police says she was alone or her car when she was killed several hours after a.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:48 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Let's talk to someone who worked with Nathan at hacienda healthcare as a respiratory therapist until twenty sixteen. Her name is Ellinora rigors Ellinora. How are you today? I'm good. How are you guys doing? We're doing good Ellinora. What was it like with Nathan Sutherland you worked closely with him? What was he like he really fooled me, I suppose you could say because I had nothing, but a good opinion of him. I had a good professional working relationship with him friendly outgoing very nice. If I had concerns that I had to bring him over a patient. I personally always felt like it was in good hands. And it would be addressed. Now, we know otherwise, we know the monster. But not when I was working with him. I never saw any indication of anything other than. Professionalism, a nice guy never inappropriate with me. Never inappropriate that I ever saw with anybody else. And now that you know, what he probably did. My goodness. Your thoughts must be quite different. Honestly, I was completely devastated. It really rocked my world. I still count process that I just keep thinking over and over in my head like did. I miss something. Is there anything that? I could think of schooling back and trying to replay things that ever happened. Nothing. I can't come up with anything. So now, I'm at the point where I'm going. Well, I kind of compare him I suppose too if it's true. I mean, we still gotta go innocent until proven guilty. That's our our legal measure, but at the same time DNA doesn't lie. That's what. So I'm I'm so conflicted just horribly conflicted. But I think giving him the benefit of doubt. But if he did this. He's the lowest scum that I could ever imagine. I think. Of him like Ted Bundy, I think he's a sociopath or the fooled us all that people like everybody liked him. But I feel like he fooled us Ellinora rigors worked at hacienda. Healthcare's a respiratory therapist until two thousand sixteen which meant she worked with Nathan Sutherland, the man who was arrested Phoenix PD says his DNA matches the child that was born to a woman in basically a comatose state. I don't know how to ask this without just asking it. And I don't mean anything against you. Because I know you said, I wonder if I miss something, do you think he might have assaulted other patients or was there something about this particular victim, all I can say about that is that there are other women that are in that same age range on that wing and extremely extremely concerned and worried about that I don't have the answer to that. But I'm very worried about that you supposed to be the caretaker of the victim. How many other women was he the caretaker? For who are in like a similar incapacitated state on that wing that we're talking about they call them pods. So he was on this particular pod. A lot of the time. That's where I was a lot of the time too. But we got moved around the RT's got moved around a lot more than I'd say, the, nurses. Probably did. How many people my load was about anywhere from twelve to fifteen people. So I'm thinking the nurses loads are probably about the same. When's the last time you saw Nathan Sutherland? I haven't seen him for two years anything that I could tell you. I really don't have anything bad to say in my experience with him that there's anything that. I can think of that would be a red flag. He was never inappropriate never anything. But professional never give you a creepy vibe. Now, we're we're friendly. He was very friendly. And and I think most people there would tell you the same thing that they liked him. This throws off your world, even more. You know, the contrast between the person you thought you knew and then the monster that we're presented with now. It's horrible. Mostly. I feel horrible for victim. Ellinora rigors worked at hacienda healthcare until twenty sixteen. She worked alongside Nathan Sutherland who was arrested in connection with the sexual assault of incapacitated woman who actually had a child on December twenty ninth right here in the valley. It's interesting Ellinora. When this story broke, the CEO, Mr. Tim's bolted, he just offered his resignation and left can you. Tell us a little bit about hacienda healthcare. Did did you see anything? Or did you notice anything that that we've heard stories about Mr. Timmins and his management style? What was it like to work there? I didn't really have much interaction with Mr. Tim, personally, the most interaction I had with him was at Christmas parties, and it wasn't that much. So I can tell you the management style. There is not very Hamdun. They're not very out there on the floor knowing what's going on. That's what I would want to see change there. I wanna see them come out of their offices get to know their clients. I want them to be out and observed things that's what I wa. Wanna see that's what I would wanna see we understand that people that work. There would receive a bonus several times a year if they did not report problems with the patients. Do you know anybody who's the three strikes three strike rule or something? Like that. Wasn't that what it was called? Yeah. Do you do, you know about a three strike rule over there, or do, you know about people receiving bonuses and who received them, and who didn't I only heard about that for reports? Okay. I receive I myself received bonuses for different things like tell you when I first got a job that one that was my first job in respiratory. They used to have all kinds of different bonuses, they had referral bonuses. So if you would refer somebody, and they would stay six months you would receive a bonus for that. That's understandable. If you pick extra shifts up you again, you would get extra for that. If you yearly bonus we have annual bonuses based on your review, but not to keep quiet, but not to keep quiet. I never heard of that. Until three reports I've never heard of that we had retention bonuses. Also that was at the beginning they stopped doing that over the years, but that was at the beginning of my employment there Eleanor rigorous is joining us she worked at hacienda healthcare from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen. She's now a licensed practical nurse and she worked alongside Nathan southern was arrested for the rape of a woman in incapacitated. State eleanor. Did you ever care for the victim? Yes. Could you tell us anything about her? Well, I gotta keep in mind. But what you've heard through the family that she has limited movement. You know, limited. I would say limited recognition, not not very high at all. She she had very limited movement. You know, I don't want to say too much about her through like I said, I don't want to violate any hit by in her Ellinora as a woman and as a medical professional. Can you explain to us how nobody thought she was pregnant? Can you see how that might have occurred in that medical facility that no one especially the nine one one calls? Everyone is shocked that she's actually having a child. How does she go nine months, or at least eight months and not not have anybody say anything that's kind of shocking to me too. I feel like it's hard to armchair quarterback that but I feel like I would have known. I really have gone over that time and time again in my head. They log the periods they logged monthly periods. So how is that? I noticed I don't know was Nathan the only person was Nathan the only person or the primary person taking care of her five days a week. Six days a week. Would he have been the only one to have some contact with her? No, no, they have we were there in twelve hour shifts. So you have a day shift, and you have the night shift, and you have, you know, enough CNA's, you have RT's you have nurses. So no, that's that would not be a scenario that would happen. Mac and Gaydos, best of our KTAR news ninety two three FM. Hey, it's MAC Watson for my friends at renters warehouse. Do you suffer from Renta phobia? Oh, it's a serious condition. That's the fear of renting your home because you think it'll take too much time. Well, there's a cure for rent, a phobia. It's called renters warehouse..

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Nurse arrested in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Nurse arrested in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth

"A licensed practical nurse has been arrested on a charge of sexually assaulting an incapacitated woman who gave birth last month at a long-term healthcare facility in Phoenix old Nathan Sutherland was one of the women's caregivers at the hacienda healthcare facility, and he was charged after authorities obtained a court order to take a DNA sample from him which was compared to DNA

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KOMO

"Nations High minus twenty four at alamosa Colorado one of the stops on the Rio Grande railroad. This is America in the morning sixteen past I'm John trout. A Phoenix man has been arrested and charged with raping and impregnating a woman in a vegetative state inside a long term care facility. Jim Rupe has more paramedics and police responded to hacien-? Back on December twenty ninth on a call of a baby in distress. Phoenix. Police sergeant Tommy Thompson says after the baby was treated and taken to the hospital at that point. We found out that the mother was incapacitated which was a f- buys that she was not in a position to give consent. And we began immediately to conduct a sexual assault investigation. Part of that investigation was the collection of DNA samples from every male employees of the facility such a top success. When it came to thirty six year old licensed, practical nurse, Nathan Sutherland, it took a court order to get that DNA from him. The scientists in the Phoenix police crime crime laboratory determined the sample obtained from Sutherland matched the baby. The twenty nine year old victim has been in a vegetative state for roughly a decade Sutherland worked the night shift at hacienda healthcare and was the woman's caregiver around the time. The rape took place Sutherland was arrested and booked on one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse. At his pale hearing Wednesday, the state asked for five hundred thousand dollars bail based on the seriousness of the crime Sutherland's attorney, David Greg argued the bail request was excessive and among other things. He's a longtime Phoenix residents employed with no prior criminal history family here, including younger ones..

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Hacienda HealthCare still under investigation after nurse charged with sexual assault

America in the Morning

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Hacienda HealthCare still under investigation after nurse charged with sexual assault

"When it came to thirty six year old licensed, practical nurse, Nathan Sutherland, it took a court order to get that DNA from him. The scientists in the Phoenix police crime crime laboratory determined the sample obtained from Sutherland matched the baby. The twenty nine year old victim has been in a vegetative state for roughly a decade Sutherland worked the night shift at hacienda healthcare and was the woman's caregiver around the time. The rape took place Sutherland was arrested and booked on one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse. At his pale hearing Wednesday, the state asked for five hundred thousand dollars bail based on the seriousness of the crime Sutherland's attorney, David Greg argued the bail request was excessive and among other things. He's a longtime Phoenix residents employed with no prior criminal history family here, including younger ones.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Nations High minus twenty four at alamosa Colorado one of the stops on the Rio Grande railroad. This is America in the morning sixteen past I'm John trout. A Phoenix man has been arrested and charged with raping and impregnating a woman in a vegetative state inside a long term care facility. Jim Rupe has more paramedics and police responded to hacienda healthcare and Phoenix back on December twenty ninth on a call of a baby in distress. Phoenix. Police sergeant Tommy Thompson says after the baby was treated and taken to the hospital at that point. We found out that the mother was incapacitated. Which was a flag. We realized that she was not in a position to give consent. And we began immediately to conduct a sexual assault investigation. Part of that investigation was the collection of DNA samples from every male employees of the facility sergeant Thompson says when it came to thirty six year old licensed practical nurse, Nathan Sutherland, it took a court order to get that DNA from him. The scientists Phoenix police crime crime laboratory determined the sample obtained from Sutherland matched the baby. The twenty nine year old victim has been in a vegetative state for rough. Fli a decade Sutherland worked the night shift at hacienda healthcare and was the woman's caregiver around the time. The rape took place Sutherland was arrested and booked on one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse at his bail hearing Wednesday to state asks for five hundred thousand dollars bail based on the seriousness of the crime Sutherland's attorney David Greg in argued the bail request was excessive and among other things. He's a longtime Phoenix residents employed with no prior criminal history..

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Members have approved the talking stick resort arena renovation plan. The city will pay one hundred and fifty million dollars from toryism taxes. The Phoenix Suns will pay eighty five million. The vote was six to two and councilman Sal. Cisco was among the the minority from my end of it. I don't support this agreement. I don't think it's in the right financial sense for the city of Phoenix. As part of the deal. The council also mandated the Phoenix Suns to invest money for public programs, a nurse has been fired from hacienda healthcare and sits in jail Phoenix. Police arrested thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland sergeant Tommy Thompson says they obtained in linked his DNA to the rape. And impregnation of an incapacitated female patient Sutherland was a licensed, practical nurse or an LPN who was responsible for providing care to the victim during the time the sexual assault occurred Sutherland. Appeared in court today and his bond was set for five hundred thousand dollars the baby. The woman delivered is healthy and hacienda healthcare says Nathan Sutherland went through an extensive background check before he was hired KTAR's legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom says this claim may not clear the facility if they didn't keep track, you know, where nurses were at certain times at didn't have cameras at certain places that most other facilities have been. They could be on the hook for negligence winstrom tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show Sutherland could spend up to fourteen years behind bars. If convicted the liberty elementary school district now faces a two point five million dollar lawsuit from thirteen year old boys parents his teacher Brittany's Amora was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing him. His parents attorney Michelman Medina hopes. The lawsuit will deliver sexual abuse will deter sexual abuse anywhere. Whenever information comes to light as it did in this case that a proper and thorough investigation is conducted. Police saved more talked with the boy via class craft an app now, let's get a check on traffic. Here's Bradley Jay live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Hey, bradley. Hey, taylor. The drive around the valley. Not looking too bad. We have one crash over on thirty Fifth Avenue and Osborn. But if you're headed up north, that's a different story. I seventeen northbound near rock springs currently blocked with the collision we have crews on scene up.

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Hacienda HealthCare still under investigation after nurse charged

Chad Benson

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Hacienda HealthCare still under investigation after nurse charged

"Occurred Sutherland. Appeared in court today and his bond was set for five hundred thousand dollars the baby. The woman delivered is healthy and hacienda healthcare says Nathan Sutherland went through an extensive background check before he was hired KTAR's legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom says this claim may not clear the facility if they didn't keep track, you know, where nurses were at certain times at didn't have cameras at certain places that most other facilities have been. They could be on the hook for negligence winstrom tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show Sutherland could spend up to fourteen years behind bars. If convicted the liberty elementary school district now faces a two point five million dollar lawsuit from thirteen year old boys parents his teacher Brittany's Amora was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing him. His parents attorney Michelman Medina hopes. The lawsuit will deliver sexual abuse will deter sexual abuse anywhere. Whenever information comes to light as it did in this case that a proper and thorough investigation

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Becky Lynn on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Three. News ninety two three. We're staying on top of the story. There's a lot of stories today. But the one we're staying on top of right now. Phoenix city council has dispersed. The public comments part of the the meeting today. Well at eighty people that were ready to talk play. They're trying to vote on whether or not they should give the sons part of the two hundred thirty five million dollar deals vote to renovate the sun's arena. Well, they dismissed all the public sentiment because they would have been there till three o'clock in the morning. So what they're doing? Now is they're going over some amendments there hashing it out publicly, you know, everything's out on the table. Hopefully, we'll get a vote before six. Yeah. And we'll get it to you before six and they're gonna vote. Yes. It's a done deal. They're going to get this thing done sons will get their arena revamped a bit with. We'll get the money. Yeah. They'll get the money. Okay. So the big story of the day the monster at hacienda healthcare has been arrested. We've been talking about this thing called Nathan. Sutherland thirty six years old. His job was to take care of the woman who was incapacitated. He ended up raping her and getting her pregnant, and there's a baby. So he's behind bars. But is there a lack of evidence here? Joining us right now is Monica Lindstrom, MAC and Gaydos, legal expert, Monica. I tell us like what kind of jail time this pig is looking at. Well, he's looking right now at two counts. That's what he was booked in a sexual assault is the first one, which is essentially Zona rape statute. And then there's also vulnerable adult abuse. So he abused a vulnerable adult because she was under his care. And she we don't know if she was comatose, but she she was in some kind of condition that she couldn't take care of herself. So with those two charges you're looking at a maximum with the sex assault rape at fourteen years, which is highly unlikely he will get that just due to the fact that he has no criminal background at all from what we know. And then the vulnerable adult abuse is less than that. It's a class four felony as opposed to a class too. So he's definitely looking at prison time, but the investigation is ongoing. So there may be more counts that are added. Okay. Monica Lindstrom, MAC and Gaydos, legal expert. He he obviously has an attorney. He went to court today. I want to play you. What is attorney said. So this is attorney remember the police this morning Phoenix PD said we have linked this guy to DNA. He is he he fathered a baby, right? Here's what is lawyer said there's no direct evidence that Mr. Sutherland has committed these acts. I.

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Furloughed federal workers to miss second paycheck this week

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Furloughed federal workers to miss second paycheck this week

"Within the last twenty four hours a coast guard commandant has said this is unacceptable that members of the coast guard and their families are going to food banks to feed them. Selves, the common dot going to social media last night to essentially put out the word that this simply cannot continue business CEO's in Switzerland. Talking to NBC has have said this is embarrassing this the shows American dysfunction, and it's unbecoming of the United States of America. That's NBC's. Tom costello. A brief thaw today is increasing some areas of flooding across the Ohio people are watching for sewer backups in their homes today. City workers are also clearing storm drains as the warmer temperatures and rain caused rapid snow melt Franklin county residents are now able to text to nine one one in the event of an emergency. The service went live this morning after two years of work to assist those who may not be able to speak or cannot talk during a dangerous situation at this time, though, they're not able to receive photos or videos, but officials hope that that technology will be available soon. It is day to on the picket line for hundreds of rights state university professors today. Raises workloads and benefits or the sticking points in the negotiations that their union has been arguing with university over for over two years. Right state says all classes again today will go on as scheduled. Meanwhile, teachers in Denver, they overwhelmingly approved a strike this week Denver classroom. Teachers association said yesterday over ninety percent of unionized teachers they're voted in favor of going on strike. Meanwhile, teachers in Los Angeles, they're back in the classroom today after a strike lasted more than a week in California. Phoenix police they've charged a male nurse with sexual assault following the birth of a baby by a woman who is in a vegetative state at a long-term nursing facility late last month. Investigators say a DNA match with the infant boy lead. In led them to thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland won the women's caregivers at hacienda healthcare. This is a facility that you should be safe and someone wasn't and I really want for all our the hard work and their get occasion to make this case be solved and keep us safe. Sutherland was arrested yesterday that twenty nine year old victim has been incapacitated there since she was three years old a group of advocates for highway and auto safety say excessive speed has been a factor at least a quarter of all fatal crashes and home prices across the US are on the rise. If your ABC six first wanting weather four. Cast rain today with a high of forty three I'm Alison Wyant. The Rush Limbaugh show starts next bringing anything, but your best against the Ohio State buckeyes a team with a history of eleven all Americans and twenty four big ten titles. Not smart using ZipRecruiter to help. You find qualified candidates fast. That's smart.

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2 Phoenix docs out of work after incapacitated patient gave birth

Investor's Edge

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

2 Phoenix docs out of work after incapacitated patient gave birth

"The two doctors responsible for the care of a coma. Toes woman who was raped and later gave birth Phoenix. Arizona healthcare facility are now out of work. In a statement, the hacienda healthcare center says one of the doctors has resigned while the other has been suspended

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here is on his afternoon. News with MAC and Gaydos. The big four at four at four at four. Stories. Big story. We're finding out hacienda healthcare has never apologized to the parents of the woman who was sexually assaulted and gave birth to a baby boy while in a vegetative state. Yeah. The family has said they are disappointed that hacienda has never publicly or privately. Just said I'm sorry for what happened to your daughter. It's amazing. I it is. But it, but isn't I mean, look they're being investigated. They may be in a world of trouble. Is it better to apologize at all? Or just never say anything. Well, there are a couple ways to look at this. I know a lot of people are saying, how do you not apologize? Well, here's one reason. They may not have apologized so legal aspect of this. If you apologize. Let's say that that hacienda healthcare apologized to the family. I I can't believe that this happened. This has never happened before. I am so sorry that this happened. We're horrified by this. We can't believe that your family and your daughter they've gone through this. If you do that are you admitting guilt. No, we found out that you're not admitting guilt because you never said as a spokesperson for let's say hacienda, right? When you just said, you never did say, it's our fault. You're just saying I'm sorry this happened. Yes. Monica. Lynch MAC and Gaydos legal expert about this number one vein. I am so sorry. This happened to you. This is incredibly unfortunate. We're going to do everything we can to get to the bottom of it. That is not admitting guilt. It is just apologizing that this happened to you that is very different. Than saying, I am so sorry, we were negligent, and we didn't you know, determine who comes in and out of our facility better now that would be a pity guilt and a bitty abilities. The CEO excuse me, the weasel CEO who stepped down right Timmons. Yup. Listen is he part of a cover up? I don't know Judy. No. Maybe I don't know. Balloon tell you something that guy doesn't go over to the house soon as he finds out about this or reaches out doesn't say anything that is gutless. Yeah. This guy has run away like a scolded dog unless they're listening warrior, and the lawyer says don't do not say anything until this investigation is finished. But even then you're crappy human being. But even then after the investigation, you should still apologize. But I don't think they ever will. I really don't. So the family of the woman innovative state who gave birth to a baby. Boy, they put out a statement. And they just they they said, we're we're we're disappointed that no one has said they are. Sorry. Oh, goodness. Gracious. Yeah. Hacienda healthcare. I mean my goodness. I don't wanna say could it get any worse. But that's pretty bad. That's pretty low. You're listening to the big four at four. This is how we start the four o'clock hour. We take the first twenty minutes of the four o'clock hour, we bring you four big blockbuster stories. Big.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thirteen. Arizona's morning news news flash. I'm Jamie, west with three things you need to know right now to terrorism charges have been filed against a man shot by America county sheriff's sergeant and fountain hills. Eighteen year old is meal. Hamad allegedly provided advice assistance direction or management to ISIS. One of Colorado's ten most wanted has been arrested in the west valley. Goodyear, police nab the Forty-one-year-old robbery and assault. Suspect has been on the run since last April. If you're charged with a misdemeanor in Scottsdale, a new pilot program could allow you to resolve your case without stepping foot in a courtroom with the online dispute resolution project, a prosecutor can send a plea agreement and other documents online, and you can accept or reject it. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth. We we have quite a show today. A little later on this morning, a newly minted United States Senator Martha mcsally of Arizona will join us a little after six twelve this morning. We'll talk about the shutdown and some other topics around six forty two the former chief of CIA Middle East operations will join us to talk about this story comes from here. This guy apparently the least officials say tried to join ISIS trying to help ISIS out. And then goes to a deputy throws rocks at a deputy sheriff and goes to attack them with a knife. And then and then a little later on this morning about seven forty two. We'll talk with you MacKenzie. Sheriff Leon Wilmot who is chairman of the southwestern border sheriff's coalition. So a lot to do on the show today. But I wanted to talk about hacienda healthcare. I just learned something incredibly fascinating about them. What is not fascinating is how how things got to this point where? Yeah, you you mentioned this, Jamie. The state is saying guess, what you've got a check all your patients, you've got a you've got to provide test to make sure none of you know, any any more of your patients are pregnant we're having TD after this this this essentially comatose woman ended up pregnant and giving birth at the end of the last year. So they've got to do that. And then I just I just saw this easy family dot com. Has a story that says of basically hacienda healthcare is not at risk of losing its state licensed operate because it doesn't have one. It doesn't have a state license. They according to will humble who's the former director of the department of health services. He says most facilities would have a license. That's not the case with this facility. He was surprised he said to find out that hacienda doesn't have a license which is a requirement for most care homes. But here's how they get around. It. He said it specifically exempted by statute. In other words in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven which is when this happened. They they had a law passed this said hacienda healthcare doesn't have to have a state license their special. So. The state of Zona cannot hold that over their heads and say all right if you don't comply with what we're telling you to do we are gonna pull your license. Well, we don't care because we don't have a license. I don't know. If that's if I don't know if that's really effectively changed the way that hacienda healthcare has done business because they don't have a state license, and they're not worried about having a cold or. You know, what's fascinating about it. All is really all they can do is say, we're not going to send you Medicaid patients. We're not going to send you access patients anymore, which would hurt them financially. But that's all that the state of honor can hold over their heads. That's it. They cannot pull away. They don't have a license. I never heard of this before. It is another wrinkle in what is just an unbelievable story of a woman who almost drowned as a toddler and then as an adult. You know in this vegetative state and gets pregnant and gives birth and nobody noticed she was pregnant for nine months and the baby almost died because they didn't realize she was even pregnant here comes the baby. And you got a nurse on nine one one and do just this this. This place is just turning out to be. Well, let's just put it this way. I wouldn't put one of my family members in there. I think that's I think most people probably feel that way at this point right five eighteen KTAR and time once again for another check of traffic.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona's news station. KTAR news on ninety two three FM. Get some perspective. Bruce, St James and Pamela Hughes with something so horrific as a woman who's been in a vegetative state for twenty six years gives birth and folks at hacienda healthcare, apparently didn't know she was even pregnant and was a victim of a sexual assault. You can imagine that. There are some things that are going to change. You could argue that they should have been changed a long time ago to have prevented this from even happening, but hindsight's twenty twenty we learned now that hacienda healthcare where this tragedy took place. They're making some changes Steve Steve urban from ABC fifteen joining me here in studio right now for the rest of the week. And Steve we hear that folks who have loved ones at hacienda healthcare seemed to be a bit concerned because there are some policies. And procedures that have changed in what I can kind of garner from the story is these security measures of more locked doors. The use of badges people checking the badges bed checks going up. His got these loved ones concerned that the staff at hacienda healthcare is stressed. They're having to adapt to these new changes, and they're concerned that their loved ones might not be getting a health care that they need. Yeah. I can see that concern with with the patients and the families in people who have loved ones in that facility at the same time. It's it's good to know there are changes there. And when you see that extra security, I obviously the their issues with security before we've heard from caregivers at that facility. That said that they were open doors that people could walk in and out, and nobody was going to check who they were why they were there. So it's good to see those kinds of changes is it overkill. Does it get in the way of patient care? Does it get in the way of these people who are? Can't help themselves in many cases, that's the type of facility. This is does it get in the way of their care. And does it really do any good? I think you gotta give people credit for at least making those changes and increasing their security, especially when we don't know who did this or how they got access to that patient and the same time that you need to be smart about it and not let it get in the way of healthcare. There's still other patients there, there are still other people there that have these issues, and you can't just let the security in the concerns over security and the reaction get in the way of what the primary functions facility is which is to to care for these patients. Let's walk and chew gum at the same time. I want robust security for my loved one. And I want great health care for them as well. And I think in expectation of both is not on realistic. Now, I also can concede the point though that if you're working at hacienda healthcare. I'm sure it hasn't been an easy. Go as of late. You have an internal investigation. That's being spearheaded by former Maricopa County attorney, Rick Romley, you've got media organizations like ourselves here that are talking about you all the time. You're gonna be stressed. You're gonna be overwhelmed. I'm sure that there are people wondering how they held did this happen. If you listen to the nine one one call you can hear the shock and the surprise in the nurses voice. It imagine being a man who works at hacienda healthcare. You have become a person of interest in a criminal investigation. That now has a national and international profile and police are asking you to give up DNA. So do you feel like a suspect? And does that get in the way of you doing your job, especially if you're somebody who hasn't done anything wrong? It's got to be a very difficult working environment there, and it's my understanding from folks that are on the inside, you know, these are just the stories that we're getting on the outside is that the facility had already been under. Staffed. Okay. So they're already understaffed and some people have left in the wake of this situation. So you've made a bad situation worse in terms of staffing, you've increased security, which makes things different. And there's a change in a lot of people don't like change. So what kind of impact is that having on the health care and the well being of the patients, I don't know. I think it's a sense of things have changed. There's going to be some time to adapt to that. I think we can all agree that something needed to change as the investigation goes on. And we still do know who the monster is who attacked that woman. Man. You gotta have your faith in humanity restored after.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three. There's a term and business, and I'll clean it up. Crap rolls downhill. From the top person. Whether that's a CEO or president of the company or the founder or governor a chief, whatever that person sets the tone for the rest of the business. The rest of the administration the rest of the. Whatever it is. Right. We're learning more and more about the person who ran hacienda healthcare, and it's not necessarily. It's not good stuff. There. Was there a culture of cover up at this place? Yes. I think there was and from the people that were hearing that that work there. Our investigated hacienda healthcare. So obviously, you know, the story of hacienda healthcare a woman in a vegetative state was sexually assaulted gave birth to a boy, nobody knew apparently there. I mean, can you imagine this place? I mean, you know, I keep saying this is probably a very quiet place, which it is because you know, people who have serious ailments are there and most are not there if you know what I mean, they're incapacity. Okay. So the CEO built Timmins he, you know, he hears of this or he already knew and he's covering it up, whatever he resigned like he got right out. Yeah. So yesterday, we talked to a man named Tim Jeffries. He was the former head of DAS. Now, he's fired by Doug Ducey before he got fired by Doug Ducey. He was investigating hacienda healthcare because they were like overcharging by millions. That's Nanteuil thing. It wasn't sexual abuse. Like what we're talking about today with housing and healthcare, but Jeffries told us this about built him into CEO Bill was intemperate. He was the CEO that just stepped down belligerent and abusive abusive, and how in what way he consistently bullied DAS employees, particularly when they were pressing for accountability and transparency his reputation was well known well before I arrive. Okay. So the investigation that Tim Jeffries was doing it never got finished. I don't we don't know. Really know what happened to it? But it was closed. It was it was not continued after he was fired. Okay. So now, we're hearing and ABC fifteen did it did a great. Story with a woman who used to work at hacienda healthcare and was on a review board. She was one of the administrators of this of this place, you review stuff from people slipping and falling down to bed sores on patients that kind of thing. And what she is saying is that if you kept your mouth shut you were paid a bonus. So think about it. A don't ask don't tell type of deal. Now. I don't know who this was four. I don't believe that nurses could be involved in this. I maybe some, but I gotta tell ya, nurses, who take care of people. They're doing God's work. They've got a report something, right? It to us with this report it sounded like somebody would make a report, and it would go through three or four different people. And then arrive on Tim's is desk. Right. So maybe it was scrubbed or massage or or maybe stuff was deleted. We don't know if but when the first report. The initial report came out. It would be changed over the chain. Yeah. Or let's say that one patient over the span of a couple of weeks had a lot of problems. Let's say pneumonia. Let's say bedsores. Okay. Let's say that they fell okay. If only two of the three things were reported. They got a bonus that was the three strike rule. And you can't have a three strike rule when you're at a hospital, you're at a place, right? Where where you know, you're supposed to be giving people care, you basically you list. What's wrong? And you report what's wrong. So he had a politicians had a policy of paying people to shut up. Right. Paying people to keep the slate. Clean, which is not the way you run a healthcare facility. Right. This guy. All right coming up next. We've got the big four at four start the four o'clock hour, we bring you four big blockbuster stories stick around for that MAC and Gaydos. Two two six. Bonneville international radio station. Contests are open to participants at least eighteen years of age and older who are residents of the state of Arizona, unless otherwise classified employees or agents of the station, Bonneville international corporation, other area radio stations or any entity associated with the contest may not enter full general contest rules are available in person at the station or at KTAR dot com. Here. I sit in this greasy.

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"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And J A R news ninety two three SM for the past few days. Obviously we've been talking about the big local story. There was a woman who was at hacienda healthcare, and she was raped repeatedly. And nobody knows who did it. The only reason we know why this happened is because she had baby just a few days ago. Even though she's been in a coma for fourteen years educative state, so someone obviously sexually assaulted her. The police are all over it. And something that we've been talking about is hoc- into healthcare. Should this place be shutdown? How bad is it? Are there people there that are getting good care? That's an obvious possibility. I don't think that everybody there is bad because I mean think about it. I don't know how anybody missed it. This woman was pregnant and on the day that she was giving birth. She was crowning. And that's the only sign that said, okay. She's having a baby this doesn't fit. This isn't right. So. We got an Email the other day from a listener. And it was a gentleman who's got a son at hacienda healthcare. Well, he disagreed with our assessment of hacienda healthcare saying I think it's a really good facility. My son has been there for a while what happened to this woman is obviously tragic don't be so quick to judge and want to shut it down. So this man who emailed us his wife is now joining us on the line and Ramos, Karen launder on KTAR. Karen? How are you today? Okay. How are you? Can you just tell us how old's your son is? And is he in a vegetative state to my son is twenty six and he is in a coma. And my son was completely normal up to four years ago, and he came down with a very rare incurable brain disease, so he's been in hacienda healthcare. I took care of him at home until league went into the coma. Okay. And from your perspective and your husband's perspective, give us your opinion of hacienda healthcare. And guess what? His care has been like these past two years. First of all my children. Come I make come way before me? They they are the reason I breathe. So I am not going to put my son in any facility, and it took us a month to find hacienda because they went to all the other facilities, and they were disgusting. They were dirty you walk in. You couldn't breathe they smelled so bad. And we walked into hacienda. And the people were so nice. And they were so caring. We said this is the place we have to put him. And so for the last two years, you feel your son has been treated well. Yes. Now been treated well, he's been treated with respect even though he's in a coma. The people that work there. They they'll say to him. Okay, brandon. We're gonna take your temperature now. Okay. We're going to give you a shot. You know, they talk to on. I believe he can't hear everything that's going on. So Karen, your son is twenty six he is in a coma at hacienda healthcare. When you heard this atrocious story of a woman sexually assaulted a number of times in a vegetative state given birth. Did it change the way that you trust the place? Your son is at now. Well, of course, as you know, when this happened that was sick to my stomach. I'm like, oh my God. How does this happen? But it is it is not uncommon. I mean, people might think and it can happen anywhere. Violated just as much as not just as much but was violated. Also how yeah how how do you explain that? What do you mean by someone came in? You know, whether it was an employee, or, you know, came in with their good name and reputation and ruined it. What do you think coming breaking into your house? What do you think the security is like their or can you give us an example of security that is there that you feel that your son is being well taken care of? Okay. No places perfect and the security is lacking somewhat. It has hand, and they know this and they are aware of it. And they put measures in place to try and fix it. My thing is why burn down the building. What's your what's broken? Do. You think that there is a systemic breakdown from the top down. And ultimately this woman was the one who suffered the most. Or do you think it is? I mean, the CEO's already resigned. Do you think it's a cultural thing that needs to be fixed? Or is it just like, maybe you say one, bad employees, one bad person who unfortunately, did this to this woman. So I think most of the people I know who I met have been nothing. But hearing these patients are like they're family to them right now. They're very upset. Very depressed. They're very sad are any they're going to move or do they want to move their family member out of there? Not the well, this is the sad part. And this is why I decided to go on the radio and speak with you guys. Most of the people a lot of the people there have no family and no way advocates. They are awarded the state or their family is in another state because there's only. Places like hacienda in the whole country. It is not a common facility. There's only four in all of the United States. And most people do not have anyone to speak for them and hacienda is their family. This is all they know. They've made friends there. There's a couple there. He's in a wheelchair. He barely speaks. Five words. The woman is Jerry tear can't even hardly talk or move. But they found each other and they found love, and they hold I call him Romeo, and Juliet and they hold their hands all day. You know, hold hands. And if if you set this place down, and they each separate them. You would devastate them. We're speaking with Karen launder. She's our guest in her son is twenty six years old and is a patient at hacienda healthcare. He's been in a coma for the last few years. Karen saying that her son's getting good treatment. And obviously there are good people there. I mean, there's no question that that could be just one bad apple. Here's the thing. Karen now, if it was your daughter and not your son. I've got to believe that you would pull your daughter out of a place like that. After what happened? Well, we don't know all the facts. This woman was not under hockey on the care twenty four seven. Twenty four seven. Now. What does that mean her her family would take her off campus? You know that this woman who was assaulted was taken off campus at hacienda. Yeah. I'm not sure she was taken off the campus. But at the end they have what they call to. They had these two rooms they're like little kitchenette. Did they let family stay at what they come to visit. But she was on campus twenty four hours a day. But not under haciendas care. The family would pay her out of her room and take them with take her with them. Oh, okay. Okay. So so hacienda healthcare didn't have is on this woman every single second of every single day of every single week of every single month. Correct. Gotcha. But ain't kill we found out who did this or how it happened? But aren't you worried that it happened to other patients? Do you worry that? Do you worry worry? Do you worry that when you weren't there? Maybe your son wasn't treated as nicely as as you have seen when you are there. Yes, I handle read about that. But I would be worried about that. And any. Facility..

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06:43 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Afternoon news with MAC and Gaydos. News ninety two three FM. That MAC and Gaydos on the program just our first week back. This is our first full week back of two thousand nineteen this has been a long week. And I think we if you look at the news that we've had to talk about this. We a police officer killed because the guy was texting and driving. Obviously the other big story is a woman in a vegetative state at a facility here in the valley pregnant, she was assaulted and raped over and over. And obviously a baby was born in late December trying to figure that whole mess out has taken up a lot of our time this week, and it should I mean, this is what people are in the valley. You're talking about. We have the nine one one call now from hacienda healthcare, and I want to just paint the picture for you. You've got a facility. That holds mostly people in a vegetative state. It's a pretty quiet place. Sadly enough. It is. And on a certain day, December twenty ninth. Twenty ninth all heck broke loose because a woman in a vegetative state started to crown the baby started a craving started started to moan in pain, and they couldn't figure out what was going on. He gave birth to a baby boy. And obviously, no one expected this. We have the nine one one call. We're gonna play a couple of minutes for you. It is incredible audio amazing panic, the panic, and the absolute what is that these nurses who were there? The whole world was turned upside down in one day. Here's the nine one one. Call Phoenix nine one one. Okay. Where are you? What does the address man? Ma'am. I need a I need dry. Got a house or apartment. No. Okay. I'm gonna get paramedics are on the line. You need to give them the address again. What's the unit number number? I offer whatever whatever. I. Okay. What's the emergency? That's the first forty seconds. And you can hear the panic in this, nurses voice. Doesn't know the phone number doesn't know the address, and there's a reason for that. At least in my opinion, you're panicking, and I don't blame her. The last thing that this nurse thought was going to happen on this day. Was it a baby would be born from a woman who is in a vegetative state. Right. Everybody was taken aback by that, obviously. So she can't even answer the simple questions of where are, you know? What's the best? And I don't blame her. What's the phone number? The thing that I pick up on is at least the people that are on this phone call or the staff that's on this phone call. They don't know anything. They're they're not trying to cover something up. I'm not getting a whiff of disingenuous or some kind of subterfuge year. What I'm getting is. How who how what they can't? They are in disbelief the nurses. I don't want to be one of the pieces just had a baby. And you have no idea. She was pregnant okay is the baby or babies turning blue? We need someone now. Okay. All right going with the baby. I don't want you know, once you walk through. Okay. I think that that also needs to be said, the nurses were so surprised that a baby was born. A B from a vegetative. And see the baby was dying. They blew it wasn't breathing. It was I mean, everything that could go wrong has gone wrong. Snowline with you. What's your phone number? The phone number for this. Second. We have respiratory over there with them to the phone number is, okay. And the mom is doing okay. We're not sure we had no idea this patient was pregnant. Okay. And the. Doing respiratory here. Russians doing compressions going on now. Now is the baby breathing breathing. Baby's not breathing debuts blue. Okay. So are they doing CPR? How are they doing to John the baby? Okay. Good. Just keep going with that is the mom doing moms doing. Well. It looks like she's doing well. How far we we had no idea this person was pregnant we had no idea to station was pregnant all right? I want to play one more clip and listen to the nurse who's on the phone talking to a nurse next to her. Title. Vital. Mom. She had a baby who had a baby. Yeah. The person that was not on the phone who what what a baby. A couple of things here. This woman who's a nurse. I think acted the way most of us would act if you're in a facility where people there are mostly in a coma. Unable to move the last thing, you think about the last thing on your mind. The last thing you'd ever expect as a baby to be born. And then the baby turned blue. It was panic time. They're not ready for that. You can't expect anybody. To to to breathe normally and be on the phone and be calm. When that happens at a facility like that. Remember, this is an ER. This is a facility for people. There spend the rest of their lives. But here's okay. Here's here's here's what I can't get over though. Nobody nobody knew nobody had any idea at the time. Nobody knew or at least that were there in that room. I totally hear okay. But nobody else the family the doctor nobody else in that facility zoo changed her daily. This is an eight month nine month Jess station, period. And nobody caught on well. We may have the answer to how the hacienda healthcare staff may have missed the pregnancy of this woman in a vegetative state. Why don't we talk about that? Now. I think you're going to have to believe you're going to have to hear it to believe it. Yeah. That's next..

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11:47 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News ninety two three. So for the past few days, obviously, we've been talking about the big local story. There was a woman who was at hacienda healthcare, and she was raped repeatedly. And nobody knows who did it. The only reason we know why this happened is because she had a baby just a few days ago. Even though she's been in a coma for fourteen years educative state, so someone obviously sexually assaulted her. The police are all over it. And something that we've been talking about is hoc- into healthcare. Should this place be shutdown? How bad is it? Are there people there that are getting good care? That's an obvious possibility. I don't think that everybody there is bad because I mean think about it. I don't know how anybody missed it. This woman was pregnant and on the day that she was giving birth. She was crowning. And that's the only sign that said, okay. She's having a baby this doesn't fit. This isn't right. So we got an Email the other day from a listener. And it was a gentleman who's got a son at hacienda healthcare. Well, he disagreed with our assessment of hacienda healthcare saying I think it's a really good facility. My son has been there for a while what happened to this woman is obviously tragic, right? But don't be so quick to judge and want to shut it down. So this man who emailed us his wife is now joining us on the line and Ramos, Karen launder on KTAR. Karen? How are you today? Okay. How are you? Can you just tell us? How old's your son is and is in a vegetative state to my son is twenty six and he is in a coma. And my son was completely normal up to four years ago, and he came down with very rare, insurable brain disease. So he's been in hacienda healthcare two years. I took care of him at home until we went into the coma. Okay. And from your perspective and your husband's perspective, give us your opinion of hacienda healthcare. And guess what his care has been like these past two years. First of all, my children, come first they come way before me. They they are the reason I breathe. So I am not going to put my son in any facility, and it took us a month defined hacienda because they went to all the other facilities, and they were disgusting. They were dirty you walk in you, couldn't breathe. I smelled so bad. And we walked into hacienda. And the people were so nice. And they were so caring. We said this is the place we have to put him. And so for the last two years, you feel your son has been treated. Well. Yes. Now on his been treated. Well, he's been treated with respect even though he's in a coma. The people that work there. They they'll say to him. Okay, brandon. We're going to take your temperature now. Okay. We're going to give you a shot. You know, they talked to on. I believe he can't hear everything that's going on. So Karen, your son is twenty six he is in a coma at hacienda healthcare. When you heard this atrocious story of a woman sexually assaulted a number of times in a vegetative state given birth. Did it change the way that you trust the place? Your son is at now. Well, of course, it's like, you know, when this happened. I was sick to my stomach. I'm like, oh my God. How does this happen? But it is you it is not uncommon. I mean is people might think and it can happen anywhere. And I feel hacienda was violated just as much as not just as much, but it was violated. Also how yeah how how do you explain that? What do you mean by someone came in? You know, whether it was an employee, or, you know, came in with their good name and reputation and ruined it. What do you think someone breaking into your house? What do you think the security is like their or can you give us an example of security that is there that you feel that your son is being well taken care of? Okay. No places. Perfect and the security is lacking somewhat. It has the end. And they know this and they are aware of it. And they put measures in place to try and fix it. My thing is why burn down the building. Look what's appear. What's broken? Do. You think that there is a systemic breakdown from the top down. And ultimately this woman was the one who suffered the most. Or do you think it is? I mean, the the CEO's already resigned. Do you think it's a cultural thing that needs to be fixed? Or is it just like, maybe you say one, bad employees, one bad person who unfortunately, did this to this woman. Tell I think most of the people I know who I've met have been nothing but carrying these patients are like they're family to them right now. They're very upset. They're very depressed. You know, they're very sad are any of the Mets say they're gonna move. Did. They wanna move their family member out of there. Not the well, this is the sad part. And this is why I decided to go on the radio and speak with you guys. Most of the people a lot of the people there have no family and no way advocates. They are award of the states or their family is in another state because there's only four places like hacienda in the whole country. It is not a common facility. There's only four in all of the United States. And most people do not have anyone to speak for them and hacienda is their family. This is all they know they've made friends there. There's a couple there. He's in a wheelchair. He barely speaks. Five words. The woman is energy-rich here. Can't even hardly talk or move. But they found each other and they found love, and they hold I call Romeo, and Juliet they hold their hands all day. You know, hold hands day. And if if you set this place down, and they you separate them. You would devastate them. We're speaking with Karen launder. She's our guest in her son is twenty six years old and is a patient at hacienda healthcare. He's been in a coma for the last few years. Karen, saying that her son is getting good treatment. And obviously there are good people there. I mean, there's no question that that it could be just one bad apple. Here's the thing. Karen now, if it was your daughter and not your son. I've got to believe that you would pull your daughter out of a place like that. After what happened? Well, we don't know all the facts. This woman was not under hacienda care twenty four seven. She was twenty four seven. Now. What are you? What does that mean her her family would take her off campus? You know, that this woman who was a salt was taken off campus at hacienda. Yeah. I'm not sure she was taken off the campus. But they has what they call to. They have these two rooms they're like little kitchenette today. Let family stay at what they come to. Visit. But she was on campus twenty four hours a day. But not under haciendas care. The family would take her out of her room and take them with take her with them. Oh, okay. Okay. So so hacienda healthcare didn't have is on this woman every single second of every single day of every single week of every single month. Correct. Gotcha. But ain't kill we found out who did this or how it happened? But aren't you worried that it happened to other patients? Do you worry that yet? Do you worry worry worry? Do you worry that when you weren't there? Maybe your son wasn't treated as nicely as as you have seen when you are there. Yes. I am worried about that. But I would be worried about that an any facility. Karen, I gotta be honest with you, you're you're a lovely person. And I feel for you. I just would be very uncomfortable leaving my son or daughter there knowing that this woman was pregnant for nine months, and nobody from the facility that we know of yet. Brought it to anybody's attention. Nobody quote, unquote. Nobody knew until the baby was crowning. I just can't believe that. No one else knew about this. I can't it's hard for me to believe that also when I you know, I wanted to see what comes out with that. And I think everybody should I do not want bit. Dr king my son. Okay. That's fair. That's very fair or maybe the nurses the staff. Yeah. And you know, I have asked the question. I heard her her stomach was very little it did not look like he was present fragment. I heard her mother saw her a week before Christmas. And she didn't even know she was pregnant. You would think. Staff. They heard the medical staff was looking into other reasons for her. Her stomach to be swollen. A little Karen launder is joining us. Her son is twenty six and is currently at hacienda healthcare. He's in a coma. Karen, are you going to put a camera in your son's room? Only if they left they let me is. You know, there's they're they're checking it out legally with their attorneys and the hippo laws, and if you want what am I correct you're saying you want to put a camera in your in your son's room? Yes. Okay. Yes. I do. And you want to do you want someone sitting with him when you're not or you're going to hire somebody to? Supervision. I'm always there. We have a family member. They're not there twenty four seven. But were there twelve hours fifteen hours a day every single day since he's been there? Have you? I would do the same at any facility. Have you have you seen? This woman have you seen the family interact with this woman were they they're twelve hours a day were they there once a win. They're hardly ever at all because they live I think one hundred and fifty miles away. Okay. Hardly any family members. The handful of family members come to visit these patients at this facility. Karen? Thank you for joining us. We're so sorry to hear what happened with your son. You know, we hope for a miracle. Please pray for a miracle because it's what we need twenty six years old. And he's in a coma. Thanks for your insight. Karen, appreciate your time. Sure. Anytime Taryn launder says her son is getting good care at hacienda healthcare, the same place where a woman in a vegetative state sexually assaulted numerous times and gave birth to a child different kind of. It's a different opinion. It's different way to see it. Yeah. And she's not going to move her child up next more and more teachers are leaving their classrooms in Arizona, and it's not just because of low wages. This time looks plain next. After.

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07:53 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro in Phoenix police are collecting DNA samples from all male employees of long term care facility a patient there gave birth to a child the woman's tribe says she has been in a persistent vegetative state for more than a decade. Stephanie is a health reporter for the Zona Republic and easy central dot com. And she has been covering the story, which may not be appropriate for some listeners. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me the facility where this took place is called hacienda healthcare. Tell us about what happened there on December twenty ninth. The Phoenix police department got a call that there was an infant in distress at hacienda Healthcare's hacienda to Los Angeles facility. And when they arrived, they found that there was a woman who was incapacitated and she had recently given birth. The police the press conference that you attended today. They are calling this a case of sexual assault. What else did you learn there? They are asking for the public's assistance. They said that this is a highest priority for the department, and they would like the public's assistance. But they're also have a wide scope out of people that they are testing for DNA samples, they wouldn't specify who. But it's they said it's a large number of individuals. Tell us about the condition of the mother what are you know? Well, the mother is still in the hospital with her baby, and they were both recovering. And she is a member of the San Carlo patchy tribe in southeastern Arizona. That's right. And the tribe issued a statement saying that they are working with Phoenix police on this case and the family has a lawyer they released a statement saying that the baby was born. It's a baby boy born into a loving family. And that the baby will be well cared for. What has the response been from the facility that was supposed to be carrying for this woman who was impregnated while apparently in a persistent vegetative state. Well, one thing we don't know is whether staff knew that she was pregnant before she gave birth. I mean, the police didn't get the call until the baby was born. So we don't know whether the staff knew or if they just found out, then we also know that the CEO who was in charge at the time when she became pregnant and gave birth step down on Monday. What kind of a facility is hacienda healthcare? Well, the facility this woman was in is an intermediate described as an intermediate level facility. For people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Hacienda. Also cares for it's got several programs to provide medical and therapeutic services for medically fragile infants children and young adults. Obviously there are legal considerations. Here. Police are investigating. But there are also medical oversight questions here. This was a facility that was supposed to be carrying for its patients and appears to have agreed to sleep failed at that responsibility. What what are the implications there? Well, that's a good question that we are trying to find out ourselves. It's part of our coverage and the police are working with several state agencies including adult protective services the division of developmental disabilities. And the department of health services, but we are trying to find out who is actually watch dogging for these vulnerable patients in these facilities. I mean is it just their family? Or who from the state is is watching out for them. And that's something we're trying to figure out and just briefly. How unusual is it for all the male employees of a facility like this to be asked to give a DNA sample to the police? How how how precedent exactly are? Yeah. You know, I don't know the answer to that question. But I do know that they can compel the employee's to give their DNA they're asking them to do it voluntarily. But if they don't they can get a court order enforce them to do that. That was something that came out of the press conference today. Stephanie NS is a health reporter for the Zona Republican as e central dot com. Thank you. Thank you. Democrats know, why voters sent them to Washington this year, healthcare and their campaigns. They promised to protect the Affordable Care Act and the access to coverage that a guaranteed for many people many went even further promising Medicare for everybody. Now, the Democrats have control of the house. Those ambitions are meeting up with reality NPR's, Alison kodjak reports in her first speech, a speaker of the house last week Nancy Pelosi made it clear that she knows healthcare is why voters sent Democrats to congress in the past two years. The American people have spoken. Tens of thousands of public events were held hundreds of thousands of people turned out millions of calls were made countless families even sit little children are little lobbyist. Little love is bravely came forward to tell their stories, and they made a big difference there mandate she says to lower healthcare costs prescription drug prices and protect people with preexisting. Medical conditions on their first day. Democrats made their first move they voted to allow the house to intervene in a lawsuit to protect the Affordable Care Act. The house will join several state attorneys general and appealing Texas. Judge's ruling that the law is unconstitutional. Bill with control of just one chamber of congress and with a hostile president Democrats power to influence health policy. May be limited congressman Frank Pallone is head of the energy and commerce committee, which has jurisdiction over parts of the Affordable Care Act in an interview he acknowledged that Democrats will likely have to settle for hearings and lawsuits because it will be hard to pass substantial legislation. You know at a time when the Trump administration is doing all the sabotage of the I mean, I think the focus really has to be on trying to prevent the sabotage and making sure the ACA is strengthened according to Pallone that sabotage includes Trump's decision to stop reimbursing insurance companies for discounts. They're required by law to give to their lowest income clients and the department of health and human services change to the guidelines that allow people to buy insurance policies that don't carry the full benefits required, by the way. I think a lot of it is not even legal, right? In other words, it violate. It's the law. So he's planning hearings to examine whether the changes are illegal or I think if you do some good oversight and find out what the sabotage consists of then you can say, well, this isn't allowed under the law. And then you either take it to court or you, you know, try to get legislation passed I don't think we can underestimate how important that is when decisions that are being made our question. I'm an official have to defend them. That's Chiquita Brooks la-. Sure, managing director at Manatt health strategies. She says for the last two years, the focus in Washington has been on repealing the Affordable Care Act that energy canal shift to examining what the administration is doing and putting forth other ideas than other proposals. Some of which might generate bipartisan agreement there may be some Republicans support for shoring up the ACA in the last Congress Republican Senator Lamar Alexander. Proposed some bills to stabilize the ACA. Marketplace's Pallone acknowledges Democrats plans are much less ambitious than the Medicare for all proposals that many of his colleagues touted during their campaigns. I just think it's unlikely that we could ever pay us it. So I don't want to prioritize that that he says is the reality of a divided congress..

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09:31 min | 3 years ago

"hacienda healthcare" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Afternoon news with magin, Gaydos. News ninety two three FM. Arizona attorney general Mark Greenwich says it's disgusting. Governor Doug ducey's office says it's deeply troubling lawmakers. Politicians ordinary people are shocked and aboard at at at the story that we've talked about now for a couple of days. A woman who is in a vegetative state and has been that way for about fourteen years at a care facility gave birth to a child a baby boy on December twenty ninth. And what the facility is saying is nobody knew and nobody knows who rate this woman and impregnated this woman. But now we have new information as the story progresses. Yeah. At the beginning of the show. I said I want every single man who works at hacienda healthcare to have a DNA test DNA samples from every male employees. I think two five every single male employee must undergo from the CEO. Yeah. To the janitor to the accounting who got fired to people who don't work there anymore. Right. And and Phoenix police are going to do that Phoenix police. Investigators have served a search warrant to obtain DNA. Yeah. From male health care staffers. That's a good way to see who doesn't want to give a sample. Let's say you have somebody that works there that that says, you know, what I'm not gonna do it you maybe you're guilty. Then I want to find this slug. I wanna find this monster. I want him to throw the book at him. I don't know what kind of a man. Takes advantage of a woman who can't move a muscle. Jason Tatum state for fourteen years because I think about drowning accident and unfortunately, the people who are most vulnerable do have a higher rate of assault of of being used abused, or whatever you wanna call it. The the the these these men see it isn't as easy prey, correct? Correct. So and this woman was unconscious in a coma for over fourteen years and that little baby. Boy, we don't know if he's foster care yet. But he is at another hospital PCH. Okay. He's at h he's getting good care. But we don't know if he if the family will step four, we know the dad isn't going to step forward, but will a family step forward over this child. Never know his mom never know, the mom. He's a rapist is what he is not a daddy's not a father's a rapist. So I'm glad the Phoenix police. They're going to serve a search warrant to obtain the DNA from male hacienda healthcare staffers, by the way. The CEO has stepped down. I would shut this place down. If it was up to me everybody. There's nobody else that's going to be in this. You've got to take away their accreditation. Yeah. It's it's the state runs it. But can you imagine this was somebody's daughter? This was somebody's sister. This was somebody's cousin. This was a woman who unfortunately had a horrific accident fourteen years ago, and is in a vegetative state and was repeatedly raped now was it by one person was it by a couple. I don't know how many other women in vegetative state at hacienda has been assaulted. I want this place shutdown today. And I know that it can't be because there are people. Don't get me wrong. I'm sure they're great people that there's some great people that work there, and maybe the rapist isn't a male hacienda healthcare staffer it could have been someone else who walked or could have been a visitor. Yeah. So so, but you gotta start with every single male hacienda healthcare staffer, but man, I would shut the doors on this place. So fast, your head would spin. It's it's amazing. Just how tragic this story is all around. But we keep going back to the fact of how did no one. No, this woman was pregnant until the child was crowning until the woman a warm. I'm sorry was crowning at the birth. How do you not notice a woman change if you supposedly are caring for over nine months? She was either completely neglected which I find hard to believe if she's in a vegetative state. You've got to change you've got bathe her. You can't just let her lay there. Okay. You've got to take care of her. So there had to be some care. Going on the monitor health some so so to just ignore her. I'm not buying that. So it has to be one of two things the people that were taking care of her the dumbest people on the planet that they can't figure out that a woman is pregnant or the woman she looks different than she did three months ago. She looks different than she did eight months ago, you're either just a stupid person who is taking care of this woman or it's a cover up. And that is what I think is going on here that have proven that they knew, but they didn't say anything to which what's the end game. Then if you're not going to say anything, you really think that oh this is just going to go away or somebody's going to ignore. It child is can you be that that dumb to not know what's going on with this woman? Is that even a possibility or is it just a cover up? Well, ABC fifteen spoke to one of this woman's former caregivers stick a list. One of her longtime caregivers tells us hacienda healthcare was this woman's whole world the staff who cared for her the only human contact. She had for most of her life. It makes me feel like they failed her it makes me feel angry. So obviously, they disguised this woman's voice. She doesn't want anybody to know who she is. But she did work at this facility. How could a woman who lay in a vegetative state suddenly give birth to a baby? Boy, this caregiver wants to know how so many medical professionals could have missed the obvious signs of a pregnancy. Especially with bed checks that are supposed to happen. Every fifteen minutes. I can't believe it at all. I can't believe that somebody would bathe her daily for nine months and never know that she wasn't having a period that she wasn't growing in her midsection. That nurses were keeping track of weights. Those things are shocking to me. You betcha happening when you were there sporadically, I know that people at night, they'd get lazy about doing them. The former hacienda employees is also calling out the facility for being lax in their security. That's another question. How is the security? There are is their security. Are there cameras? You can't put a camera in a room because that's an invasion of privacy. But how about cameras in the hallway how about security guards are there open doors? Do you have to key in too many inferences too many opportunities? Anybody could have come in. I myself have come in the back way or these other doors lock did you need a keycard? Nope. No keycard. Man. I gotta tell you. It sounds like something out of the nineteen sixties. I mean, it just sounds like nobody cared. And I don't mean that in the callously it just silence. Nobody cared MAC is what it sounds like. I don't understand how a facility with a pregnant woman. There's got my wife, and I take care of her aunt. She is disabled. She has to live in a facility. Right, right. We know that there are people that come in out. We know that there are different shifts. There are different people who work different days of the week. It's not just one person covering this up. It's not one person who discovered she's pregnant how do people change her change your sheets washer bather? How do they all say? Yes, she's pregnant, and no one says anything we're talking maybe a dozen or more people that would have an interaction with her on a weekly basis knowing she's pregnant or at least suspecting, and nobody says anything I don't know how unbelievable some guy got into that room. That's that's just unbelievable. And are there other people that have been assaulted by the same person or persons? Yeah. I mean, this investigation is going to get a lot worse before it gets better. That's for sure. Yeah. It's a national story. There are facilities around the country. That are looking at this story in Phoenix and saying we're gonna make sure we don't become that story at hacienda healthcare closed down tomorrow. I would have closed it down yesterday. All right coming up Trump. He's going to speak to the nation at seven will carry it on KTAR. Let's see he's in the Oval Office tonight. Are the American people so checked out and tired of Washington BS that they won't even watch your listen next? President Trump will address the nation on the situation that the US southern border at seven PM tonight. Are we close to ending the partial government shutdown have Democrats made a deal with Trump on funding? The wall KTAR news ninety two three FM brings you the president's address live followed by a media local reaction from KTAR evening. Host Chad Benson. Listen to ninety seven KTAR news ninety two three FM and streaming live on the KTAR news app. All.

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CEO of nursing facility where vegetative woman gave birth resigns

"Com. Hoc- Enda healthcare. CEO Bill Timmins announcing his resignation after reports of alleged sexual abuse. At the facility are TV partners at ABC fifteen th a woman who was in a vegetative state for fourteen years gave birth just last month again that CEO of hacienda healthcare. He has resigned after reports of alleged sexual abuse at the

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"Trust has been broken" after woman in vegetative state gives birth

"HBO that the alleged victim has been a patient at the hacienda healthcare facility for a decade after near drowning. That left her in a vegetative state woman gave birth to a baby boy on December twenty ninth. She's been in a vegetative state for ten years. I've seen this movie. None of the staff were aware that she was pregnant and tell she gave birth how they were alerted to the fact that she was going into labor from what I've been told. She was moaning, and they didn't know what was wrong with her. There was a nurse that was there. And from what I've heard she was the one that delivered the baby what we know about the baby. Well, from what I know the baby is alive and healthy at this point. They don't have any idea who fathered this child, you DNA test all the men that have been working there. I guess that's what you do someone. There is a boner candidate someone there needs to be in prison. Exactly. Yup. And I the only thing I would say is is also a Boehner candidate about this is I it's not this is not possible sex abuse. It absolutely immaculate conception Boehner candidate number three. All right. Let's review the first two and vote voter candidate number one. I need a blooming onion, I really need one woman assaulting her parents for not taking her to the outback steakhouse. She said if they had only taken me this would never have happened Boehner candidate number two dude, it was thirty three years ago. A Florida man throwing pizza at his father after he found out that

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Woman in vegetative state gives birth at Phoenix Nursing Home

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Woman in vegetative state gives birth at Phoenix Nursing Home

"Concerns. An outrage at a nursing home following an unexpected birth. USA radio's Rick Vincent reports. Police are investigating a Phoenix nursing home. Where woman in a vegetative state gave birth last month. Hacienda healthcare is increased security since the boy was born, but many patients relatives are angry nervous. Angela Gomez says she's taking a pulling her out of the facility, but says your options are limited my heart merge might chest hurts. I haven't been able to sleep good at night because of what occurred here the woman who gave birth suffered severe brain damage in a drowning accident and had been at the facility for more than ten years

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