Digital surgery - 3D technology​
Digital surgery - 3D technology​

Paving the Way to a Healthier Future for Everyone, Everywhere

At Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, we are helping people live their best lives. Building on more than a century of expertise, we tackle pressing healthcare challenges, and take bold steps that lead to new standards of care while improving people’s healthcare experiences. In surgery, orthopaedics, vision and interventional solutions, we are helping to save lives and paving the way to a healthier future for everyone, everywhere.

Our Global Impact

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Collectively Touch the Lives of 278M Patients per Year*

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Nearly 52M Patients and Consumers Globally Use J&J Vision Products

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70,000 Employees Worldwide

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Selling Products in Virtually all Countries

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$26B in 2019 Sales

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24 Institutes on 5 Continents Training >210,000 HCPs Globally

Using Our Breadth and Scale to Impact Global Healthcare Needs


32% of the global burden of disease can be attributed to surgically treatable conditions


Osteoarthritis affects 250M people globally, and is a leading cause of disability2


Lung cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide, responsible for 1.8M deaths in 20183

1 in 4

1 in 4 adults over the age of 40 is at risk of developing AFib4


13.7M people experience their 1st stroke every year5


Globally, 2.2 Billion people are visually impaired

Reimagining the way Healthcare is Delivered, and Helping People Live Longer, Healthier Lives

Our Focus Areas Include:

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We provide one of the most comprehensive orthopaedics portfolios in the world designed to advance patient care while delivering clinical and economic value to healthcare systems. Specialties include joint reconstruction, trauma, craniomaxillofacial, spinal surgery and sports medicine.

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Built on a legacy of ethics and trust, we deliver innovative surgical technologies and solutions to surgeons around the world to ecectively treat the world’s most prevalent conditions and make lifechanging impact.


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Cardiovascular, Stroke & Specialty Solutions

Our medical devices portfolio encompasses a range of innovative business segments that support professionals with tools for neurovascular care, heart rhythm disorders, ear, nose and throat treatment, and breast reconstruction.

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Eye Health

We bring together cutting-edge insights, science, technology and people to encourage professionals and patients to proactively preserve and enhance sight for life.

J&J Vision

Continually Focusing on Elevating the Standard of Care

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Innovating at the Forefront of Science and Technology

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Developing Connected Products and Solutions Across the Entire Patient Journey

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Leveraging Data and Insights with the Goal of Lowering Costs, Increasing Access and Improving Outcomes

We are building leading-edge capabilities in digital surgery positioning us for success over the long-term. Our vision is to shape a future where medical intervention is smarter, less invasive and more personalized.


Committed to Improving the Communities where we Live and Work

At the community level, the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies work with physician, patient and community partners to provide life-enhancing, life-saving services to people in need.

American Heart Association

Operation Smile

Sight for Kids

Himalayan Cataract Project

Save the Children

Susan G. Komen®

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1: The Lancet Global Surgery Commission, 2015; The Lancet, November 2014
2: Hunter DJ, Bierma-Zeinstra S. Osteoarthritis. Lancet. 2019;393(10182):1745-1759.
3: The Cancer Atlas. Lung Cancer.
4: Lloyd-Jones, Donald M., et al. “Lifetime risk for development of atrial fbrillation: the Framingham Heart Study.” Circulation110.9 (2004):1042-1046.
5: Learn about stroke. World Stroke Organization.
6:The Challenge of Providing Spectacles in the Developing World. Brien Holden, PhD DSc OAM, et al; Community Eye Health, 2000

*Directional number estimated based on worldwide 2019 sales pertaining to surgical patients only.

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