Mrs Abbit is making a good recovery but it is understood the other woman is in a high-dependency ward.
Yesterday Mrs Abbit's daughter-in-law Betty Abbit said she understood officials from the care homes inspectorate, which is responsible for the registration of residential homes throughout Wales, would be visiting the premises.
Mrs Abbit and two other women, aged 80 and 97, were taken to Bangor's Ysbyty Gwynedd by ambulance from the privately-run Plas Dyffryn Residential Home in Valley, Anglesey, on Thursday.
Mrs Abbit's daughter Betty Mills, 60, of Rhoscolyn, last night said: ``We are very upset by what has happened.
Mrs Abbit, whose late husband Bob was a well known bus driver in the Holyhead area, has lived at the home for 12 months.