Nov 22, 2022
The months of November and December, with all their holidays and celebrations, have come to be known as a season of giving around the world. At Boston Scientific, though, giving back is made a...
Nov 15, 2022
Climate change. Environmental protection. Hiring inequities. Economic disparities. Over the past few years, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)—or the priorities a company shares publicly...
Nov 7, 2022
Before Sean worked at Boston Scientific, he fought in Iraq and Afghanistan. This Veterans Day, we give our thanks to Sean, and to all the brave people who have served our country. Read Sean’s story.
Nov 2, 2022
Participating in recruitment events like the BEYA STEM conference helps Boston Scientific hire rising stars from underrepresented backgrounds, including first-generation professionals. Learn how it made a difference for one R&D engineer.
Nov 1, 2022
Just two ordinary guys with Parkinson’s disease, trying to make a difference. That’s how Jim Morgan and Scott Rider describe themselves. While it’s true – they’re so much more than just...
Oct 18, 2022
At Boston Scientific, our appreciation for our employees is reflected in our great benefits. Our “whole person” approach is one of the many reasons we’re consistently hailed among the Best Places to Work.
Oct 10, 2022
Today, Boston Scientific was named for the second year in a row by Forbes to the World's Best Employers 2022 list.
- Sep 30, 2022
October 5, 2022 Early in my career, I relentlessly focused on goals over people. I was like a heat-seeking missile. Not only that, but because I was sure that I already had the right answers, I...
Sep 28, 2022
October 6, 2022 Robert never considered himself vulnerable to heart failure. An active 70-year old, the Pompano Beach resident felt healthy and energetic. So when he started noticing that his...
Sep 11, 2022Windsocks, Broccoli and Chicken Wings: What is Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) and How Does it Reduce Stroke Risk?
Atrial fibrillation, also called AFib, is one of the leading causes of stroke. But your risks can be reduced in a couple of ways, including with a procedure called left atrial appendage closure (LAAC).