Through dozens of projects around the world, Medtronic is lessening its environmental impact by conserving energy and water, increasing recycling, and reducing waste. These projects range from large, enterprise-wide corporate sustainability initiatives like energy reduction or building an onsite nitrogen generator, to smaller, volunteer-led environmental stewardship efforts at local sites.
At the 15,000-square-foot Medtronic warehouse in Jacksonville, Florida, a team of 35 employees spend their days carefully packing and shipping boxes. And every member of the team knows the value of what’s inside those boxes.
Their work is critical to making sure ear, nose, and throat surgery products make it to doctors and hospitals treating patients across the United States and internationally.
Each year, patients from around the world travel to Minnesota to share their stories about how medical technology has improved their lives.
Chris Marion was waterskiing with friends in 2017 when choppy water caused him to fall, his head getting stuck in the handle of the rope. The force of the fall caused his skull to become separated from his spine, an injury more commonly known as an internal decapitation.
At the time, Marion didn’t realize just how seriously he’d been injured. But as a veteran firefighter and paramedic, he knew it wasn’t good.
From mental health and well-being to financial assistance after natural disasters, Medtronic helps employees, every step of the way.
Medtronic employees drive every aspect of our life-saving work. That’s why we’re committed to supporting them in every aspect of their lives. The Medtronic Employee Assistance Program (MEAP) acts as the foundation of that commitment by providing employees around the world free, confidential support to help with nearly any work-related or personal situation.
Giving Includes Medtronic Foundation Cash Donations to Partners and Product Donations from the Company Including Respirator Masks, Nitrile Gloves, Ventilators and Pulse Oximeters
DUBLIN, February 10, 2020/3BL Media/– Medtronic plc (NYSE:MDT), the global leader in medical technology, today announced it and the Medtronic Foundation are committing approximately $1.2M to coronavirus relief efforts across the globe. These contributions encompass Medtronic Foundation cash contributions and product donations from the company.
Medtronic Foundation is partnering in a local and global response with cash contributions to:
Minnesota designates Medtronic as a Beyond the Yellow Ribbon company.
The State of Minnesota recognized Medtronic as a Beyond the Yellow Ribbon company during a formal ceremony this week at the company’s operational headquarters. That designation recognizes the company’s commitment to recruiting, training, hiring and supporting military veterans at Medtronic.
Beyond improving the lives of patients through medical technology, Medtronic is committed to making the world a healthier place and strengthening communities around the world. We have given more than $1 billion throughout the years to support philanthropic efforts, including support of the Medtronic Foundation.
Annual list recognizes the best-regarded companies spanning 52 industries
Fortune Magazine announced today that Medtronic is among its 2020 World’s Most Admired Companies. The annual list includes the best-regarded companies spanning 52 industries, and is based on input from executives, directors, and analysts. They rank companies in their respective industries on nine criteria including investment value, quality of management, products, social responsibility, and ability to attract talent. A company’s score must rank in the top half of its industry to be listed.
This year Medtronic ranked second within the Medical Products and Equipment category.
Efforts to drive inclusion and advance women in leadership roles earn the company global recognition as a “model for others.”
January 16, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Women play a vital role at Medtronic. From engineers building pacemakers and insulin pumps to sales representatives working in communities around the world, women at all levels of the organization are driving the company’s efforts to transform healthcare.
Report highlights 100% gender pay equity in the U.S. and 99% pay equity for its 90,000+ global employees.
An inclusive, diverse, and equitable workplace is critical for the success of any company. At Medtronic, this value is rooted in the Medtronic Mission, directing our global company since 1960 to recognize the personal worth of all employees.