We have a collective corporate social responsibility around the planet. Our people, expertise, and global reach matter: Being a flexible and global healthcare company wouldn’t mean much if we didn’t use our unique position to make a positive impact.
We are committed to sharing our time, talents, and innovations to change the world of surgery – to helping surgeons achieve better outcomes by having better access and better vision.
Since 2013, Direct Relief and JUNE Medical have partnered to provide Galaxy II surgical retractors to help doctors perform miracles all over the world. In addition, JUNE also supports The Fistula Foundation and Birth Aid. Read more about Obstetric Fistula.
JUNE Medical has chosen these Top 6 areas where we can make a positive contribution to the 17 Global Goals in 2022 and beyond:
- Good health and Wellbeing
- Gender Equality
- Decent Work and Economic Growth
- Reduced Inequalities
- Responsible Consumption and Production
Charity support and Donations
Since 2013, Direct Relief and JUNE Medical have partnered to provide Galaxy II surgical retractors to help doctors perform miracles all over the world. In addition, JUNE also supports Birth Aid in the charity’s quest to cure Obstetric Fistula.
In recent years, JUNE has collaborated with Circle Health and its other suppliers to provide surgical retractors to surgeons on the frontline in Ukraine, sending much needed supplies in our own lorries straight to hospitals in war zones. The partnership transported vital medical supplies directly to hospitals in Ukraine, with over 100 tonnes of supplies sent so far across six shipments
JUNE Medical employees have a number of days as paid leave each year that they can use to work for a charity of their choice. Past activities include expert advice to innovators, guest lectures at schools and universities, and fundraising for charities.
We can celebrate the great progress the world has made in becoming more prosperous and fair. But there’s a shadow to the celebration. In just about every way, women and girls lag behind. There are still gross inequalities in work and wages, lots of unpaid “women’s work” such as child care and domestic work, and discrimination in public decision-making. But there are grounds for hope. More girls are in school now compared to in 2000. Most regions have reached gender parity in primary education. The percentage of women getting paid for their work is on the rise.
Our focus on equality is threefold:
Women in Surgery
Focus on designing medical devices for female surgeons
Ensuring innovation benefit women in all aspects of life
Women as leaders and decision makers
Creating and supporting development and opportunities for women to grow and excel in a fair and just way