Caring & giving around the globe: 43 Johnson & Johnson programs that are transforming lives—and the future of healthcare
Check out this fun interactive map for a glimpse at how the company is helping people on nearly every continent live healthier lives.
Ever since Johnson & Johnson created the world’s first mass-produced sterile surgical sutures in 1887—a game-changing invention that’s still used today—the company has been dedicated to helping improve healthcare around the globe.
It’s actually an imperative outlined in Our Credo—the company mission statement crafted 75 years ago this month that outlines the values Johnson & Johnson uses as its North Star in decision-making, including the belief that consumers, employees and the communities the company serves are all equally important.
And those communities are vast.
Click on this fun interactive map to learn about some of the countries around the world where the company is collaborating with local organizations to support truly life-changing programs—including floating hospitals that travel by sea to reach patients in need.