Bobbi Kristina’s hospital transfer
Bobbi Kristina Brown has been moved to a new medical facility, but not due to an improvement in her condition.
The 22-year-old daughter of Bobby Brown and late singer Whitney Houston first fell into a coma several weeks ago and she remains comatose.
And according to NBC News, Bobbi Kristina has been transported out of Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to another undisclosed rehabilitation centre nearby in order to receive the long-term care she requires.
Bobbi Kristina was treated at Emory University Hospital for nearly two months before the transfer took place. It’s claimed she left the facility due to hospital policy, not because doctors saw an improvement in her condition.
TMZ reports that “doctors say she's in the same non-responsive state she's been in for weeks”. The outlet previously claimed her medical practitioners attempted to slowly remove Bobbi Kristina from life support to see if her body responded by stabilising on its own, but apparently no changes in her physical being occurred after this took place.
Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious on January 31 in the bathtub of the Roswell, Georgia home she shares with boyfriend Nick Gordon.
It’s believed her father Bobby Brown is tortured by the possibility of having to decide to take his daughter off life support.
“[Bobby is] praying that God will make the decision for him,” a source told Radar Online.
However, sources tell TMZ he still has faith his little girl will pull through.
“We're told Bobby remains adamant and faithful his daughter can come out of the coma,” the website writes.
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