Institutional Principles and Vales Love: "Love one another as I have loved you" (Jn 13:34).Love of neighbor is rooted in love of God and is above all a task for every Christian. Service: Attitude of help, dedication, warmth, readiness to identify and respond to the needs of people in the physical, moral, spiritual and social context with a great spirit of gratuitousness. Responsibility: Ethical and moral norm that governs human conduct.Being able to respond, correspond to a request with opportunity, seriousness and prudence, aware of the effects of compliance or non-compliance with what is entrusted. Respect: It recognizes the dignity and autonomy of each human being and accepts the right to difference. Honesty: Human quality that consists in behaving and expressing oneself with coherence and sincerity, in accordance with the values of truth and justice. Solidarity: Complete response to an individual’s needs that extends to family members and the community as a whole, maintaining a positive attitude. Leadership: A culture of leadership is expected to guide work teams at different levels of management. It involves the ability to lead others to achieve results. Security: Prevent and / or minimize the risk of the occurrence of adverse care events, occupational accidents, internal emergencies and / or disconnect and other events that affect people, processes, image, infrastructure, technology, staff, environments work and environment.