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Contact us

For further information about how we support the community please contact:

Communications Department

Sanofi
Talavera Corporate Centre
Building D
12-24 Talavera Road
Macquarie Park, NSW 2113
+61 (0)2 8666 2000

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Patients

Access to healthcare is one of the major challenges facing societies today. For a healthcare leader like Sanofi, enabling individuals to assert their right to health consists of facilitating access to quality medicines and vaccines to benefit as many patients as possible.

 

In 2010, our total global investment for all access to healthcare programs represented tens of millions of dollars. In addition, nearly one million boxes of medicines and over 500,000 doses of vaccines were donated to help people in 43 countries.

Compassionate supply and philanthropic product donations

Compassionate supply and philanthropic product donations are important acts of solidarity for Sanofi in promoting access to healthcare. In Australia, more than 120 patients received compassionate supply of medicines in 2010. We also supported Australian medical professionals to assist local communities in Myanmar, Nepal, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Fiji, Vanuatu and East Timor.

Humanitarian Emergencies

Healthcare is one of the most vital needs when a humanitarian disaster occurs. As a healthcare leader, Sanofi believes that responding to humanitarian emergencies is one of our missions. Our response to humanitarian emergencies aims to help facilitate access to healthcare for victims of disasters and displaced persons.

In Australia and New Zealand, Sanofi responded to the unprecedented series of natural disasters in the region in 2011 with significant donations to the Queensland Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal, Red Cross New Zealand Earthquake Appeal and Red Cross Japan Earthquake Appeal. Our employees were also involved in volunteer relief activities. One employee was recognised through the Queensland Disaster Heroes program for her dedication to working with local pharmacists and ensuring safe transport and delivery of vaccines.

Building capacity in hospital pharmacy

SSAVE is a joint initiative between Sanofi and Symbion Hospital Services. It provides annual grants valued at a total of $30,000 and allows individuals working in a Hospital Pharmacy department to use their healthcare expertise to assist local or international communities in need. From teaching the first crop of young pharmacy graduates at a university in Sri Lanka, to setting up chronic disease management programs in Vanuatu or assisting in a children’s hospital in Cambodia, Sanofi is proud to be involved.

Working with patient associations

Sanofi has a proud history of working with the health care community.
Over many years we have formed partnerships with many patient organisations to better understand the needs and aspirations of Australians who want to live better and have healthier lives.
Our relationships are built on mutual trust and respect as we uphold the independence of these organisations.
We regularly publish information about the patient organisations we contribute funds to. For the most recent list, please click on the link below.

Updated: June 03, 2014

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