We are a benchmark center at local and national level, for having a high quality inter-disciplinary team, focused on a comprehensive patient management, under the parameters required by the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA) issued in 1991 for the optimal care of children.


We rely on an inter-disciplinary medical team with clinical and surgical subspecialties in different child health areas, offering diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive care to patients with complex diseases.
In the promotion and prevention area, we have a growing and development program for children in Antioquia and surrounding areas.


The Pediatric subspecialty is responsible for the evaluation, treatment and monitoring of the different hormonal origin pathologies in children and adolescents, such as: thyroid and parathyroid diseases, diabetes, adrenal glands insufficiency, metabolic disorders, growth problems, among others.


Treatment of different lung diseases, particularly difficult-to-manage pathologies such as: cystic fibrosis, asthma and allergies among others.


Diagnosis and treatment of different gastrointestinal tract pathologies, as well as the preparation of diagnostic tests, such as colonoscopy and endoscopy, under general anesthesia.


Medical specialized consultation in cardiac and cardiopulmonary pathologies. We have a children’s echocardiography service.


Specialized consultation in skin diseases. Diagnostic and therapeutic resection of injuries under general anesthesia.


Psychological intervention in children and families with special health conditions, seeking acceptance, empowerment and increased self-esteem; which leads to a proper insertion in the social environment.

For diagnosed congenital diseases, intervention begins with pregnant mothers.


As part of the comprehensive management of children and adolescents, the nutritional counseling supports the patients’ prevention and recovery processes.


Professional intervention to treat language, speech and hearing problems, thus helping to an adequate communicative development for our children population.