Hacienda chief executive Bill Timmons has also resigned amid the scandal.
Police fear the patient may have been raped as she lay in the coma and impregnated by her attacker.
She demands 24-hour care, indicating that numerous facility's staff would have access to her room, as she is incapable of any communication or voluntary movement.
Hacienda HealthCare specializes in programs such as pediatric care, long term-intermediate care, in-home care & services, residential respite, and autism programs.
Her identity is being protected, and it is not known if she has a family.
No information about the condition of the mother or baby has been made available.
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"At this point it is our understanding that steps have been taken to protect anybody that's there, and that was one of our concerns from the beginning", he said. "It is my hope that justice will be served". The sources told the local TV station that the woman had a "bump" and they are trying to determine whether anyone at the facility knew about the pregnancy and either didn't report it or actively covered it up. "That nurses weren't keeping track of her weight, those things are just shocking to me", the caregiver told ABC 15.
"I know Chief Jeri Williams and the Phoenix PD Officers will do all they can to find the perpetrator", he added.
"No. None whatsoever. Not even able to communicate the fact that she was pregnant", claimed the source.
The female staff member said in the complaint other staff members enter and exit the shower room while showers are taking place.
Phoenix police Sgt. Tommy Thompson said Wednesday the woman and child, who was in medical distress after being delivered December 29, remain in the hospital.
"During this time, the agency has required heightened safety measures be implemented at the facility, including increased staff presence during patient interactions; increased monitoring of the patient care areas; and increased security measures with respect to visitors at the facility", Arizona Department of Health Services spokesperson Melissa Blasius-Nuanez told Refinery29.com Friday.
A Hacienda board member says the facility "will accept nothing less than a full accounting of this absolutely horrifying situation".
Another statement said Hacienda is "already conducting a comprehensive internal review of our processes, protocols, and people to ensure that every single Hacienda resident is as safe and well cared for as possible".