Paco Arango poses in the new Aladina ICU with little Iván while they film the video to present our big project.
The new ICU has six isolation boxes, compared to the two that were there before.
Computers at the bedside, robotic arms, natural light, and more!
The new unit intensive care unit has windows open to the park El Retiro to allow the natural light to enter.
Living room for health personnel
Aladina ICU Control Center
Ceiling and wall decorations in the ICU
Waiting room for the ICU
Thanks to Aladina, the personnel has computers at the side of each bed
Rest room for the health care personnel on duty
Gabriel and his mother pose together at the new ICU. Gabriel was hospitalized before renovations.
Our president at the inaguration with the foundation director and director of hospitals
Cristina Cifuentes in the new meeting room for medical staff during her visit to the Aladina ICU.
Paco receives a commemorative gift for the inauguration from Sor Concepción.
Antonio Banderas and Eduardo Gómez starred in another one of the big ads for our campaign.
Antonio Carmona and Susanna Griso gave us a big hug
We counted on help from two greats from the world of journalism: Pedro Piqueras and Matías Prats.
The new Aladina ICU is already working at full capacity!
The new Aladina ICU at the Hospital Niño Jesús has been fully up and running since December 14, 2016. With a cost of €1.5 million, this has been our largest project to date!
The new ICU has the latest technology and comfortable installations for the families, along with lots of natural light with big windows overlooking Retiro park.
Why was it so important to renovate this ICU?
- Every year it helps more than 800 children from all around Spain.
- It’s the main ICU for Madrid’s community of 18 public hospitals.
- The children’s average stay is around 4 days. But for children with cancer, they may have to spend up to a month here.
- It’s the ICU that treats the most children with cancer in all of Spain.
- It didn’t have any natural light. The kids couldn’t tell the difference between night and day and lost all sense of time.
- It’s the ICU that treats the most serious cases.
The ICU at Niño Jesús is the one that treats our kids, grandkids, nieces and nephews, friends, and more. It’s the ICU for all of the children in Madrid and for many more seriously ill children from all around Spain.
The new ICU has:
- 14 beds equipped for intensive care
- 14 robotic arms
- 7 single stands and 1 double stand for multiple trauma
- 6 isolation rooms
- Lighting controls for both natural and artificial lights
- A healthcare unit for nurses
- Systems for energy efficiency and acoustic comfort
- A break room for nurses
- A storage room for equipment and rooms for cleaning and linen services
- A room for the resident with its own bathroom.
If you want to collaborate with us, become a member or make a donation HERE.
If you’re a company, call us at 915 329 303 or send us an e-mail at. We’ll help you design a marketing campaign to give the gift of smiles.
We want to thank the thousands of individuals who donated, the hundreds of schools, and the many companies who joined in to make this project possible by sending us a big hug, and to the agency Sra. Rushmore for designing the campaign “A hug for the children’s ICU at the Hospital Niño Jesús.”