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Where do doctors and other healthcare providers go to learn about the latest innovations and procedures in medicine?
For the past 25 years, the answer has been: the Johnson & Johnson Institute.
Since 1992, when the first Institute opened in Cincinnati, Ohio, the company has trained and educated healthcare providers—like doctors, nurses and medical students—at various Johnson & Johnson Institutes.
Today, there are 26 Institute locations across the globe, where healthcare professionals can do everything from learn how to use state-of-the-art medical device implants to watch top surgeons perform ear, nose and throat procedures.
Simply put: By providing healthcare providers with the best education possible, Johnson & Johnson is paving the way for a healthier future.
As the Institute unifies all of its operations under one umbrella this fall—the Johnson & Johnson Institute—we're sharing some fun facts about the program's early days and what's in store for its future.