What a proud day for Nadya as she is nominated for not only one but four porn awards for her solo porn tape “Octomom Home Alone’ Octomom took the money she saved from making her porn flick and put it toward a good cause: a new home. Octomom, otherwise known as Nadya Suleman, leased a […]
The hospital where a California woman gave birth to octuplets in January has been fined $250,000 by the state because nearly two dozen medical workers, including doctors, illegally viewed her medical records, according to state health officials. Kaiser Permanente’s Bellflower hospital, where Nadya Suleman’s eight babies were born, revealed in March that 15 employees lost their jobs and eight others were disciplined for improperly accessing her computerized medical records. There was no evidence that information from the medical files was leaked to the news media, which has intensely covered Suleman’s story, according to Kathleen Billingsley, deputy director of the California Public Health Department’s Center for Health Care Quality.
Fifteen employees were fired for improperly accessing medical records of Nadya Suleman, the mother of octuplets, a Kaiser Permanente spokesman said Monday. “We always provide training on the importance of patient privacy and confidentiality,” said Jim Anderson, the hospital spokesman. “We knew from the time she (Nadya Suleman) was admitted to the hospital in December, this case would attract attention.
Nadya Suleman, the Southern California woman who gave birth to octuplets in January, has fired a nonprofit group of nurses charged with helping care for her children, CNN affiliate KTLA has reported. Suleman accused the nurses, from a group called Angels in Waiting, of spying on her to report her to child-welfare authorities, the affiliate reported Monday. The group was working for free, the affiliate said.
The California home where Nadya Suleman plans to raise her 14 children is at risk of foreclosure, CNN affiliate KTLA reported Wednesday. Los Angeles County property records show a notice of mortgage default was filed Feb. 9 against the home of Suleman’s mother, Angela Suleman, the station reported.
Nadya Suleman, the single mother of newborn octuplets, is using the Internet to help support her family of 14 children.
When Nadya Suleman, 33, had her eight children at a Kaiser Permanente hospital in Bellflower, California, one medical guideline had already been broken. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommends that a woman under the age of 35 should have no more than two embryos implanted by way of in vitro fertilization . That limit was chosen, says Sean Tipton, director of public affairs for the Society, in order to avoid multiple births through IVF which exposes both mother and offspring to significant health risks.