For Fundación Valle del Lili, Social Responsibility is one of its mission pillars. For this reason, it creates and implements initiatives, projects, and social and environmental programs that benefit its stakeholders and the community in line with the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Hospital Padrino Strategy is a model of social innovation in health aimed at vulnerable populations and a greater risk in health in Colombia. In this sense, it seeks to contribute to equity in health care, timely access to quality health services, the promotion of knowledge and the strengthening of physical infrastructure, with the ultimate purpose of reducing preventable deaths and providing life opportunities.
Hospital Padrino is a model of collaborative work between hospitals, where a public or private hospital of high complexity and quality (Hospital Padrino) within the conditions of the territory, accompanies and supports providers of less scope (sponsored Hospital) to improve quality, timeliness and resolution of care, under the coordination of the national, regional and local government.
Through education strategies that save lives, it is intended to strengthen the knowledge and skills of the health teams from sponsored hospitals, with workshops that combine theoretical and practical aspects, emphasizing the development of soft skills for teamwork and humanization of care. In addition, the model strengthens Telehealth and directly improves the care conditions of users with the use of telemedicine or telecare strategies from Hospital Padrino, allowing patients from sponsored hospitals to access specialized care and spend less time in their diagnoses.
Hospital Padrino supports the premise of decent hospitals for the Colombian population, supporting sponsored hospitals in the adaptation of hospital infrastructure in such a way that they can offer services under the best standards. In this way, under the leadership and in alliance with the government, the hospitals from low to high complexity and the community form integrated networks of hospitals that allow better care and communication between the hospitals of this model.
December 2022 cutoff
in the departments of Valle del Cauca and Nariño from 2019
attended by telehealth (digital inter-consultations), since 2018
Public sector allies:
This means that, in addition to the nutritional deficiencies generated by their disease, these highly complex patients do not have sufficient, nutritious and good quality food at home. The difficult socioeconomic conditions that families present are the main reason for this situation.
Consequently, many of these patients do not receive the daily number of meals they need to achieve adequate nutrition, which can help them to better recover and achieve an active and healthy life.
The Alimentando Esperanzas program was born at the end of 2021 to combat food insecurity and promote good nutrition in these patients. By doing so, it can reduce inequality gaps that arise when social factors put children at a disadvantage during the process of disease and health recovery.
For Fundación Valle del Lili, it is a priority to create programs and interventions that help children in vulnerable conditions to have the same opportunities for recovery as other minors who, although they have the same disease, do not have the same barriers.
The program focuses on the following areas:
To identify patients who have severe or moderate food insecurity, the Latin American and Caribbean Food Insecurity Scale (ELCSA for its acronym in Spanish) is applied to all pediatric patients diagnosed with cancer, transplants, or severe heart disease who are identified in hospitalization services. Additionally, they receive an initial medical and nutritional assessment.
Families of patients entering the program receive a monthly nutritional market covering 70% of the household's nutritional needs. For each case, the time for which the delivery of the markets will be made is established considering several variables such as the diagnosis, the phase of treatment, the nutritional evolution of the patient and the level of food insecurity. The program provides markets to patients residing in different regions of the country.
To combat food insecurity, in addition to ensuring access to food, families need to learn how to improve their eating habits and how to make the best nutritional choices even when they don't have enough budget. This area will contribute to the sustainability of the intervention once food aid is suspended. The educational process focuses on the family unit, given the level of influence it has on the child's development. It is assumed that, if the family is properly nourished, so will children in the short, medium and long term.
In addition, two types of monitoring are performed. The first is a social follow-up with which the current social situation of the family and the evolution and state of the patient are investigated. The second is the nutritional follow-up that is carried out with a medical evaluation every 4 months. This last follow-up is documented in the patient's medical history. All beneficiaries shall receive aid for a period of at least one year.
Food Insecurity assessments carried out.
of pediatric patients evaluated have severe and moderate insecurity.
pediatric patients admitted to the program.
are patients with oncological diagnosis.
are transplant patients.
are patients with cardiovascular disease.
medical follow-ups carried out.
social follow-ups carried out.
Fundación Valle del Lili, in agreement with Alonso Ocampo Foster Home, provides temporary accommodation to patients who:
The Foster Home is also ideal for patients who:
For these cases, FVL may request that the home care service be assigned to the foster home.
The agreement with the Alonso Ocampo Foster Home offers, at no cost:
beneficiary patients since the beginning of the agreement.
beneficiary patients per year.
annual investment in the agreement.
In search of a more accessible and inclusive health care for the poor population, FVL has a humanitarian aid program, which helps to mitigate basic needs that have more vulnerable patients and companions. The program has scope to the different headquarters of the Institution and has 4 types of aid:
The cases of patients and families interested in receiving any of these grants are evaluated separately through a socioeconomic survey, to verify whether or not the applicants meet the criteria necessary to be beneficiaries. The criteria are established in the Institutional Policy of Social Support to the most vulnerable population.
of the companions of hospitalized patients in vulnerable conditions receive food aid (all locations).
feeding aids are delivered annually.
average patient companions benefit from feeding aids on a monthly basis.
million invested in humanitarian aid.
contact the Social Responsibility Unit directly at the PBX. 602 3319090 extensions: 4235 and 4859.
Through play, humor and laughter, it is intended to change the hospital dynamics of the patient and produce an improvement in their health regardless of age. This group is made up of Lili citizens, who voluntarily decide to train as hospital clowns, maintaining their standards thanks to continuous training and learning about clown technique.
The main objectives of the Sinfonía de sonrisas are:
patients and family members operated on in one year.
Lili citizens participating in educational campaigns and interventions.
organizational educational campaigns.
interventions and interconsultations to patients and family members in one year.
El Aula Lili is based on two theoretical and practical frameworks: hospital pedagogy and inclusive education. The central purpose is to accompany pediatric patients and their families in a humanized and sensitive way, so that the health care process, inside and outside the hospital, becomes an opportunity for learning, development and personal growth. Playfulness and the creation of meaningful educational experiences are fundamental tools to achieve this purpose.
The program has the following specific objectives:
El Aula Lili fulfills its objectives through fundamental axes:
El Aula Lili team is interdisciplinary. It has the contribution of psychologists, occupational therapists, professionals in bachelor's degree and professionals in recreation. The program covers all of the institution's pediatric services.
95% of pediatric patients with more than 10 days of hospital stay benefit from El Aula Lili (4th floor pediatrics)
attentions are carried out by El Aula Lili annually.
hospital classes since the beginning of the school year.
advice to parents and caregivers on school continuity.
links with schools.
patients served with the school program allies.
The medical team of the Global Spine Outreach Foundation (United States) and Fundación Valle del Lili, articulated by Fundación Casa de Colombia and with the support of the Medtronic company, meet semiannually at the facilities of Fundación Valle del Lili to follow up with the children and perform the surgeries they need.
Continuous and timely care is essential for these patients to improve their quality of life. The impact of the days is to give children the opportunity to grow up in better conditions, and to give them and their families all the support and confidence they need.
If you know a child under 17 who can benefit from this day, please contact Fundación Casa de Colombia at the following contact numbers in Cali: 6026613856, 6026670248, 3227802902.
days have been held between 2001 and 2022
years of semi-annual work
surgeries performed annually
annual clinical follow-ups
surgeries performed since 2001
Through interdisciplinary work, volunteers from Fundación Operación Sonrisa together with our specialists carry out timely and comprehensive treatment in these medical-surgical sessions for patients, which include: assessment for plastic surgery, dentistry, speech therapy, pediatrics, anesthesia and taking laboratory exams.
Interested families must register children for the day and verify the dates on which they must be present.
These days are held in two days: a Friday and a Saturday. On the first day, the plastic surgeon evaluates the patients and, according to the medical and prioritization criteria of Operación Sonrisa, those who are candidates for surgery are selected. If these patients receive approval from the pediatrician and anesthesiologist, their surgery is performed the next day. A week later, post-operative control is performed with the plastic surgeon.
At all times, families are supported by an interdisciplinary team made up of pediatricians, anesthesiologists, nurses, psychologists, social workers, among others.
If you know a child, adolescent or adult with a diagnosis of cleft lip and cleft palate, who can benefit from these days, we invite you to contact the following numbers: 3142381719, 3212052806, 3212052359
days per year
ratings per year
surgeries per year
Dentistry, paediatrics and gynecology are currently being held.
Thanks to various alliances with foundations, NGOs, Child Development Centers (CDI for its acronym in Spanish), protection homes and schools, others, FVL professionals can reach the populations with the greatest need for accompaniment.
patients benefited since the beginning of the sessions.
patients benefiting from the day of dentistry in 2022.
children benefiting from the paediatrics days in 2022.
Contribute to the social development of the region through the support of young people with exceptional talents so that they can develop their potential and undertake life projects that have an impact on society.
Create scenarios in which young talents can put their ideas into action, develop competencies, broaden their horizons and build a solid, visionary and viable personal and social life plan.
Contribute to the overcoming of economic, social and educational barriers that prevent young people with exceptional talents from developing their potential.
Fundación Valle del Lili, according to its possibilities, makes donations to external organizations that lead programs that contribute to the social, cultural and economic development of the city and the region.
billion external donations 2019.
million external donations 2020.
million external donations 2021.