The symbol of the acronym CRES incorporated into the final letter "S" is known as "caduceus", badge of the herald, magic attribute of Hermes or Mercury, messenger of the gods of Olympus, which in its most usual form consists of two snakes coiled on a rod held by a pair of wings. The caduceus gradually replaced the stick of Aesculapius, Greek god of medicine. From philosophy, it is the symbol of the restoration of the lost balance in life.
The design is based on this image evolved to be broken down into two "S" that give the allegory of the two intertwined serpents, signifying wisdom and neutrality, vanished on three points each of them representing the people to form our logo/symbol, i.e. an integration of types and symbol that keeps the meaning.
Who we are
The CRES (Regulatory Commission in Health) is a special administrative unit, with legal status, administrative, technical and economic autonomy, under the Ministry of Social
Welfare, created by law 1122 of 2007.
Cra. 7 No. 71 – 21, Torre B, Office 305.
PBX: (057) (1) 4864560
Schedule: Monday to Friday 8am to 5:45 pm
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org