At Roche our aim is to improve the health, quality of life and well-being of people around the world by providing an innovative range of diagnostic solutions and medicines. Roche is a global, research-focused healthcare company with Group Headquarters in Basel, Switzerland.
Our strategy is clear – the patient lies at the heart of everything we do and our focus is fitting the treatment to the patient through prescription pharmaceuticals and in-vitro diagnostics.
What makes Roche distinctive is our pursuit of excellence in science as we deliver the best solutions for healthcare professionals and improve patient outcomes; this is achieved through our unique combination of Pharmaceuticals and Diagnostics.
Every day, our products help patients and the healthcare professionals who care for them by detecting, preventing, diagnosing, treating and monitoring diseases.
We are proud to have played a pioneering role in UK healthcare since 1908. Today, we are the leading in-vitro diagnostics company in the UK and the leading provider of pharmaceutical treatments for cancer and viral diseases. We are also a major supplier of medicines for the treatment of transplantation, virology, bone and rheumatology and renal anaemia. In total, our UK pharmaceutical and diagnostics businesses employ nearly 2,000 people.
Roche’s innovative pharmaceutical and diagnostic products and services fulfil unmet medical needs across a range of diseases.
We use our expertise to make a difference to the lives of patients and the healthcare professionals who care for them and to support the researchers and scientists who share our passion for fighting disease.
Our pharmaceutical teams focus on tackling cancer, viral diseases, inflammation, metabolic disorders and conditions affecting the central nervous system. Our diagnostic teams are committed to the early detection, targeted screening, evaluation and monitoring of a wide range of diseases.
Roche’s rich history of ground-breaking research and development equips us with an in depth understanding of diseases including their causes, their impact on people’s lives and how they can be diagnosed and treated.