Andryczak reportedly attacked Sirena Sisneros while another hospital employee was in the room.
"If she could slap my sister with a witness in the room, how many people has she done it to before, with nobody in the room?" asked Sirena's sister Raina Sisneros.
A police report says the hospital employee witnessed "Savannah slap the patient across the face in an aggressive manner."
The enraged family filed a police report against Andryczak, and she was charged with one count of assault. She has pleaded not guilty.
Swedish Medical Center subsequently fired Andryczak and reported her to the State Nursing Board.
But unbelievably, three months after the assault, Andryczak's license was still active. A spokesperson for the Colorado Board of Nursing issued this statement:
"Cases before the Colorado Board of Nursing are closed to the public by state law ... but any public disciplinary actions would be made public."
Tragically, Sirena Sisneros lost her life due to her illness just months after the alleged abuse.
The Sisneros family is furious that Andryczak's nursing license has not been revoked and she is now working at another hospital.
They say justice has eluded their family.
"I just want something to happen and get done, be done with this, so we can move on and do what we need to do, what's best for our family, and not only that, justice for my sister," said Raina Sisneros.