Leading medical technology company expands its capacity in Thailand

Friday 26 May 2023 11:41
Stryker's expanded office in Bangkok underscores its commitment to deliver technology to improve patient outcomes in Thailand
Leading medical technology company expands its capacity in Thailand

Stryker, one of the world's leading medical technology companies, launched its new and expanded office today in Bangkok. The office now has an enhanced physicians' training centre, as the company accelerates the introduction of its innovative medical technology locally in support of Thailand's public health system.

Mr. Wesley Grant, Vice President, and General Manager, Stryker in East Asia said, "The expansion of our office, physician training centre and operations in Thailand serves to meet the growing demand of Stryker's offerings and our advanced medical technology, which allows us to better support the needs of our growing customers base locally and in adjacent markets." 

Thailand's elderly population is anticipated to be over 25% of the country's population in the next decade[1]. The increased demand for Stryker's robotic technology and neurovascular offerings reflects needs of the shifting demographics of the Thai population.

Stryker established its presence in Thailand in 2015. Today, we offer over 150 registered products across Medical and Surgical, Neurotechnology, and Orthopedics in Thailand.

"We have an incredibly talented and driven team here, and we are excited for the diverse talent we will attract. In the last two years, Stryker's workforce in Thailand grew almost 20%. Together, we will continue to work closely with the public healthcare sector and the government to accelerate the introduction of our MedTech innovations to support the advancement of their healthcare system," Mr. Grant added.

Each year, Stryker impacts more than 130 million patients globally across 75 countries and remains one of Fortune's and Great Place to Work's World's Best Workplaces. Stryker is also recognized as a Great Place to Work in Thailand.

Source: Good Network

Leading medical technology company expands its capacity in Thailand