Planting trees and changing hearts
Fresenius Kabi Employees in the Dominican Republic are working to create a healthier environment.
‘Sometimes we understand each other without words’
Dr. Veronika Wolter is the first deaf person in Germany to achieve the position of chief physician. She herself uses a hearing prosthesis, and understands her patients very well.
Video message from Michael Sen
Our new CEO outlines what will be essential for #FutureFresenius.
This superhero fights for healthy kidneys
A playful way of teaching kidney health makes The Kidney Kid popular with children in many countries.
'Diversity is enrichment'
Chief Financial Officer Rachel Empey and Sebastian Biedenkopf, Management Board member responsible for Human Resources, talk to Head of Communications Matthias Link about diversity and inclusion at Fresenius.
Doubling up on a second chance
Twin brothers Kilian and Jamie both suffered from a heart weakness. Just three days apart, they each received a transplanted heart at Fresenius Helios.
A robot at the operating table
Fresenius Helios uses the latest robotic technology to make surgery gentler for patients – for example at Helios Hospital Erfurt in Germany.
My 50 years of dialysis
I am Susanne Williams from Adelaide. I am 66 years old – and this is my story of 50 years of dialysis.
Growing up with parenteral nutrition
How two brave adventurers from Switzerland are exploring the world step-by-step.
Europe / USA
The History of Dialysis
If the kidneys fail, death was certain for a long time. The year 1945 changed that.
Serving patients in Swaziland
Fresenius Medical Care employees staff the country's only dialysis center.
"I want to help others, so they won’t give up"
Living on clinical nutrition demands tremendous discipline. But for a child, being different from all the other kids just might be the hardest part.
From a local pharmacy to a global corporation
As a leading global healthcare group we are dedicated to medicine and human health - values we have upheld since our founding as a pharmacy lab in 1912.