Pfizer was founded in 1849 in Brooklyn. Now the headquarter of the office is also located in New York. Starting as a modest fine chemistry company, Pfizer has grown into one of the largest biopharmaceutical companies worldwide.
Pfizer has an extensive portfolio of innovative pharmaceuticals in promising therapeutic areas. The company annually invests over $7 billion in research and development of new medications. The priority areas of its scientific work are rheumatology, oncology, cardiovascular diseases, neurology and pain treatment, metabolic diseases, rare diseases, bio-analogs, vaccines. This company also offers the Pfizer Patient Assistance Program.
Research centers and laboratories are located in the USA (Andover, Cambridge, Groton, La Hoya, Pearl River, San Francisco, St. Louis) and Great Britain (Cambridge, Sandwich).
In order to successfully meet the needs of patients and clients as well as meet obligations to shareholders, this pharmaceutical company is constantly improving business methods, monitoring the transparency of the company and always taking into account the views of healthcare professionals in the process of making management decisions. The employees are firmly convinced that it is possible to ensure guaranteed access of the population to the latest medications and quality medicine only by organizing joint work with all parts of the healthcare system. The scheme looks like: patients-doctors, local healthcare institutions-international governmental-nongovernmental organizations.
Only together it becomes possible to improve human health and make their lives happier.
Pfizer as a world concern
Applying innovation and using global resources, Pfizer works to improve the health and well-being of people at every stage of life. We strive to establish high standards of quality and safety of ongoing research, development and production of drugs. The company’s product portfolio includes medications, including vaccines, as well as world-famous vitamins and other health-promoting products.
Every day, Pfizer employees work in developed and developing countries to improve the prevention and treatment of the most severe diseases of our time. Following its commitments as the leading biopharmaceutical company in the world, Pfizer works with healthcare professionals, government agencies and local communities to ensure and expand the availability of reliable, quality medical care worldwide.
For over 160 years, Pfizer has been trying to improve the lives of those who count on its work.