Johnson & Johnson in India
Johnson & Johnson spread its root into India 67 years ago. Since then, the Company has brought many innovative ideas, products and services to improve the health and well-being of people in India. The Company today employs more than 3,000 people and is organized into three business segments: Consumer Healthcare, Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals.
Generations of mothers in India have placed their trust in JOHNSON'S® Brand to provide them with safe, clinically proven mild and gentle products for their babies. We also lead in the areas of feminine hygiene, facial skincare, wound care, cough & cold, oral care among others through iconic brands such as Stayfree®, Clean & ClearTM, BAND-AID®, Benadryl® and Listerine®.
At Johnson & Johnson Medical India, we are committed to work towards reaching our goal of providing accessible and affordable healthcare for one person at a time. The Medical Devices business segment produces a broad range of innovative products and solutions, in the fields of Orthopaedics, Cardiovascular Disease, Coronary Artery Disease, Peripheral Vascular and Obstructive Disease, Neurovascular Disease, Arrhythmias, Diabetes Care, Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery, Cancer Surgery, Vision Care, General Surgery, Urologic Surgery, Hernia Surgery and Infection Prevention.
Janssen, the pharmaceutical division of Johnson & Johnson, is dedicated to addressing and solving some of the most important unmet medical needs of our time in India in oncology, immunology, neurosciences & analgesia, dermatology, infectious diseases and metabolic diseases in India.
At Johnson & Johnson India, we continue to be driven by a vision of caring for the people by anticipating their needs, creating solutions and experiences that help them and those that they care for living healthy, vibrant lives.
As a responsible citizen, we deeply care about our communities and the society at large and have been supporting many programs and initiatives in the areas of health and education, particularly for infants and girls. We actively support the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) to reduce infant mortality in India through a Neonatal Resuscitation program. In addition, we also partner with UNICEF to increase knowledge, build confidence and improve health and hygiene practices amongst adolescent girls across several states in India.