Boston Scientific is a global leader in the medical device industry and provides life-changing solutions to millions of patients around the world. In 2022, we impacted the lives of over 33 million patients with our products and solutions, and we employ over 45,000 employees worldwide.
Our global mission is to advance patient care and our goal is to deliver the highest quality products to our patients. It is so rewarding to be part of a team that has such an impact on patients’ lives.
Read interview with Conor Russell, Vice President of Operations at Boston Scientific Ireland via below link.
At Vhi we’re committed to helping people live longer, stronger, healthier lives. Whether that’s by providing rapid access to care in our innovative health facilities or through trusted health insurance. We’re moving beyond insurance and our 1,500 colleagues each play an active role in shaping our vision of the future.
Our purpose at Vhi is to help our customers and patients live longer, stronger and healthier lives. We have a set of shared values that support our 1,800 colleagues to grow, develop & play a key part in our success as well as shaping our vision for the future: We do our Best Work Together, We lead with heart and have Courage to Create a New Future. These values drive us to move beyond insurance and deliver market-leading services and benefits for over 1 million personal and corporate customers.
Living our vision and taking a holistic approach to health means our environment and identity are important to us. We're committed to building a greener workplace that fosters an inclusive culture where diversity is embraced. That's why we're focused on growing initiatives within Vhi, including our LGBTQ+ Society, Women's Network, Sustainability Programme and more.
Read interview with Anne O'Connor, Managing Director at VHI Health & Wellbeing Ireland via below link.
The aim of the network is to bring together women from all stages of their medical career, in all specialities and grades, to share their experiences and to learn from each other.
There are some aspects of a career in medicine that are experienced differently by women than by men. Women continue to be under-represented in certain specialities and in the higher ranks of academic and clinical medicine. We aim to look at the reasons why this situation might be persisting, despite such a huge increase in the number of women entering medical careers. We hope to advocate and support all women in medicine to help them to achieve their career goals, and to promote leadership and personal fulfilment.
WIMIN is a non-profit membership organisation, which will be overseen by a committee elected annually.
Read interview with Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon, Founder of Women in Medicine in Ireland Network (WiMIN) via below link.