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The Hacienda HealthCare facility in Phoenix. Federal officials have told the long-term care facility where an incapacitated woman was raped and gave birth last year will lose Medicaid participation. (Photo capture via AP Video)

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Weeks before an employee of a long-term care facility in Phoenix was arrested in the rape of an incapacitated patient, some of his co-workers speculated that a member of the victim's family was responsible, with a company official even using a slur in suggesting that a relative could be the culprit, according to police reports.

By JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press July 2, 2019
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Family members of patients at a Phoenix long-term care facility where an incapacitated patient was raped and later gave birth made a full-throated defense of the facility, saying the sexual assault was a tragic yet isolated encounter that didn’t reflect the professionalism and compassion of its other employees.

By Associated Press July 1, 2019
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Federal officials have told the long-term care facility where an incapacitated woman was raped and gave birth last year that it will lose Medicaid funding.

By Associated Press June 21, 2019
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