We care for patients when they are most vulnerable – in critical and chronical settings.
We have a clear commitment: putting best-possible solutions in the hands of medical professionals, enabling them to find the right answer to the challenge they face. Fresenius Kabi is a driver of healthcare for the coming decade. With more than 41,000 people around the world, we truly live diversity and value different backgrounds and motivations. All of us are committed to our shared endeavor: caring for life.
Why is it so important to have a great team with you? Because it makes all the difference in challenging times. “For me, to tell the company that I had fallen ill was not a problem at all. And I got their complete support from beginning to the end.” Today, our colleague Montse has fully regained her health and has since continued to be a vital element of health care by Fresenius Kabi in Spain as Managing Director.
Our colleague Montse will introduce you to what dedication and team spirit mean to her and how an engaged group of colleagues helped her to focus on her health in a challenging time. Find out what made it so flawless for her to rejoin our company after that. And come back stronger than ever.
“Over the course of the last 19 years, we have planted over 14,000 trees, changing the landscape of our communities. And not only the landscape, but also the hearts and minds of all the employees and their families involved in the activities.” Our colleagues Soranlli and Vladimir manage large-scale forestation projects at Fresenius Kabi in the Dominican Republic. Watching the trees, they have planted grow and the landscape become greener, they have realized that even small actions can have a lasting impact for future generations.
“I want to have a purpose in life. This is what brought me to Fresenius Kabi.” Dr. Binta Coulibaly is an expert for blood bag systems for Fresenius Kabi in Friedberg, Germany. When she was a child, her parents were told she would not live past twenty due to having been diagnosed with sickle cell disease, a rare blood disorder.
Having needed many blood transfusions herself, she is now part of a team that provides patients with high-quality and safe blood bags. “I feel like I am accomplishing the purpose of my life by helping to improve people’s lives. I look forward to keep on evolving and innovating to provide the best care to patients.”