"Our agencies are reviewing the best course of action, but I can assure you Arizona will not tolerate this", he wrote in the concluding tweet.
None of the complaints, some of which date to 2006, involved patients.
"My parents actually they split up in Haiti, and I remember my mom couldn't take care of us so she took us to an orphanage", Sutherland said.
As Christian Headlines previously reported, employees at the Hacienda HealthCare facility only realized that the Phoenix woman, who has been a patient at Hacienda HealthCare for 26 years, was pregnant when she began to make moaning sounds while delivering her baby.
Police confirm a nurse has been arrested amid the widely-followed Hacienda Healthcare sexual assault investigation.
He suggested that the state may take action but did not specify. Hacienda's tax returns from 2015, the most recent available online, show Timmons earned more than $600,000, along with a $75,000 bonus. The woman, who has been intellectually and mentally incapacitated after an accident at age three, gave birth to a boy in late December. Attempts to reach him on a cellphone that blocks incoming calls were unsuccessful.
On Friday, the Arizona State Board of Nursing announced they are investigating if other nurses at the facility need to be held accountable. "While Timmons attracted controversy and detractors, his years-long advocacy for Hacienda's clients and their families helped fuel the growth of the company and increase its ability to change lives for the better", the statement said.
"Rather, this organization intends to do everything in our power to restore its credibility with our patients, their families, the public and Gov. Ducey". On Friday, he voluntarily surrendered his license to the Arizona State Board of Nursing.
That was not enough for some people like retired nurse Victoria Coursey.
Sutherland had previously been described as a "caring dad, nice person", according to Fox Phoenix's Nicole Garcia. "There were other people in that facility that should have seen or noticed something".
Ducey also says that state agencies are now reviewing other courses of action to take against the facility.
She said she's anxious that Sutherland abused other patients he cared for, a possibility the Phoenix Police Department said it's looking into as part of its investigation. He was charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse. The woman's family has said they will care for him.
The governor's comments come after a nurse, Nathan Sutherland, was arrested for raping a woman with severe intellectual disabilities at the facility. Mr. Timmons resigned from his position January 7. It also prompted authorities to test the DNA of all the men who worked at the Hacienda HealthCare facility.
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