"Trust has been broken and severed completely".
Karina Cesena told a Phoenix news outlet, "I do not [know if my daughter was victimised], but I do ask her, and she can answer yes or no".
The CEO of the healthcare company where a woman in a vegetative state became pregnant and gave birth has resigned his position.
At the time, Hacienda Healthcare officials say it cannot comment specifically on the investigation, nor can it comment on the patient in this case, but the provider says it is conducting its own internal investigation, and cooperating with the police investigation.
Last week, Phoenix-based news outlet KPHO reported that the female patient, who had been in a vegetative state for 14 years after almost drowning, gave birth to a baby boy on December 29. Troublingly, the alleged incidents weren't reported to the facility's administrators until a month after they occurred.
A patient is considered in a vegetative state when he or she is awake but not showing signs of awareness, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Parents of patients at Hacienda Healthcare have called this incident "deeply concerning" and are considering moving their children from the facility.
Part of the investigation is focused on the possibility of multiple sexual assaults on the woman, including assaults on different parts of the body.
The victim, who receives 24-hour care at the facility, began making noises when she went into labor.
In its statement Monday, Hacienda Healthcare said it was continuing to cooperate with the police investigation.
Orman continued: "And we will do everything in our power to ensure the safety of every single one of our patients and our employees".
Leibowitz added the organisation "stands fully committed to getting to the truth of what, for us, represents an unprecedented matter".
The state department of economic security dispatched a team to conduct health and safety checks at the facility, and the department of health services has beefed up safety measures: more staff, increased monitoring and stronger security.