A lawyer for the woman's family meanwhile said they are "traumatized and in shock" by the "abuse and neglect" of their daughter but that "the baby boy has been born into a loving family and will be well cared for".
The lawyer for the family of a 29-year-old Native American woman who has been in "a completely vulnerable state" after almost drowning over a decade ago said Tuesday that "the baby boy has been born into a loving family and will be well cared for", Arizona Family reported.
He acknowledged the public interest in the story but confirmed the family are "not emotionally ready" to come forward with their own comment at this time.
Hacienda's CEO Bill Timmons stepped down earlier this week.
Hacienda HealthCare confirmed the search warrant for DNA samples Tuesday evening.
Decrypting DNA is now the focus of the Phoenix Police Department as they work to identify the person who impregnated a comatose woman at a Valley nursing home.
It is feared the 29-year-old was raped and impregnanted as she lay in a vegetative state - as she has done for over a decade.
The woman was an enrolled tribal member of the San Carlos Apache tribe of southeastern Arizona, according to officials.
"We will continue to cooperate with Phoenix Police and all other investigative agencies to uncover the facts in this deeply disturbing, but unprecedented situation", the facility said in a statement. She recently gave birth to a child while still in a coma.
"As far as I know it was a natural birth", he said.
"We had consulted attorneys to determine whether it would be legal for our company to compel our employees to undergo DNA testing conducted through Hacienda or for Hacienda to conduct voluntary genetic testing of staffers", the statement said.
Hacienda HealthCare said it welcomed the DNA testing. "Sadly, one of her caretakers was not to be trusted and took advantage of her".
They issued the statement a day after the company's CEO Bill Timmons resigned amid growing outrage over the attack on the unidentified woman, who has been in a vegetative state since nearly drowning as a teenager 14 years ago.
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.
AZ Family reported a source at Hacienda HeathCare said "none of the staff were aware she was pregnant until she way pretty much giving birth". "It is my hope that justice will be served", the tribe chairman told CBS.
"In a statement, board member Gary Orman said: "[We] will accept nothing less than a full accounting of this absolutely horrifying situation".
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's office has called the case "deeply troubling". In the wake of the reports, the Arizona Department of Health Services said new safety measures have been implemented.
Advocates for people with disabilities say Arizona needs to find a way to monitor allegations of sexual abuse and sexual violence in group settings.