Mission: Our Purpose: Helping all people live healthy lives.
Envisioned Future: Become the organization most known for eliminating unnecessary suffering and death from disease, and in so doing, become one of the best performing companies in the world.
I have been working at BD full-time (More than 3 years)
Brand credibility. Values and ethics that focuses in what is right. Patient and customer focus. Global presence and broad product basket leading to unmatched patient and customer impact
Slow mover and needs to develop pipeline of innovations that build informatics and connected health are solutions. Focus on including patient voice into future pipeline
Advice to Management
Be a game changer in industry rather than being reactive
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at BD (Quebec, QC) in April-2018.
J'ai eu un rendez-vous pour une entrevue téléphonique avec deux personnes du département. Elle a duré environ 30 minutes et comprenait des questions de bases sur les connaissances de l'entreprise, mon CV, etc. À la fin de l'entretien, on m'a convié à une entrevue en personne dans la semaine suivante.
Cette entrevue était avec les deux mêmes personnes et était très conviviale. Elle comprenait des questions sur ma motivation, mes passions, etc. Ils cherchaient définitivement à mieux me connaître au lieu de me piéger.
BD helps community health centers deliver quality care to vulnerable patients
Community health centers are on the front lines, every day, providing life-saving care to more than 27 million people in vulnerable rural and urban communities across the United States.
The BD Helping Build Healthy Communities Program aims to strengthen the capacity of community health centers to provide care to vulnerable patients, through targeted grants.
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BD Global Health observes World Hepatitis Day on July 28th!
Viral hepatitis causes both short- and long-term liver disease, leading to 1.34 million deaths annually—more than HIV, TB and malaria. An estimated 325 million people around the world live with chronic hepatitis B or C, the deadliest forms of the disease (information from the World Health Organization). To minimize exposure risk for both healthcare workers and patients, caregivers should always follow best practices using the proper products.
“BD is recognized for leadership in promoting healthcare worker safety and preventing needle-stick injury and blood-borne pathogen transmission. We are pleased to announce new collaborations to double-down on our commitment for creating awareness, imparting education and providing training for healthcare workers and patients, no matter where they live.” - Renuka Gadde, VP Global Health
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