Where is Boston Scientific Corporate office Headquarters

Boston Scientific Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 300 Boston Scientific Way, Marlborough, MA 01752, United States

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  • Fax Number: 888 272-9444

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 30,000

  • Established: 1979

  • Founder: John Abele & Peter Nicholas

  • Key People: Michael F. Mahoney (Chairman, President & CEO)

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Boston Scientific Headquarters Executive Team



Michael F. Mahoney

Chairman, President & CEO

Daniel J. Brennan

Executive VP & CFO

Edward F. Mackey

Executive Vice President of Operations

About Boston Scientific, History and Headquarters Information

Boston Scientific was incorporated in 1979 in Watertown, Massachusetts. It started as a holding company under the name Medi-Tech. The company was launched as a public corporation via an initial public offering in 1992. This company has its headquarters in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

Boston Scientific Corporation designs produce and sells medical devices which improve the health of patients across the globe. The Company’s line of products is used in neuromodulation, gynecology, peripheral interventions, neurovascular intervention, electrophysiology, endoscopy, cardiac rhythm management, urology, and interventional cardiology. Boston Scientific is popular as it developed a drug-eluting stent which is used to open clogged arteries called the Taxus Stent. Boston Scientific secured 43rd position out of 100 companies listed in the 2019 Best Places to Work – Employee’s Choice Survey. It was held by Glassdoor. This company has more than 29,000 people working here. Now the company has widened its focus and has introduced a broad range of innovative technologies, products, and services across a wide range of medical specialties. This new and updated form of less-invasive technologies will act as an alternative to major surgery and other medical procedures that are typically traumatic to the body.

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  • Barbara Mehrling for Adrian Mehrling says:

    It would be nice if you put instructions in the box along with the Defibrillater Machine. It had one piece of paper with a website which took me NO WHERE. This is a horrible way to deal with sick patients and seniors (the elderly). So After calling several number and speaking to a lady I was transferred to Linda who made the process even more confusing. Set box at least 3 feet away from your end table lamp, your telephone, your alarm clock, etc. Therefore each time you wish to turn off your light or shut off alarm you have to get out of ed walk across the room at least 3+ feet. And then go back and get in bed. Linda also said machine transmits each day during the hours of 12 midnight to 6:00 a.m. the next morning. So when my Doctor told me to call them with the results of the transmision there was nothing -0- So whats the point in having this machine? If my Docs are not getting valuable information this device is mute in my opinion. A big waste of insurance money. As Linda said this device is not a life saving device. That’s for sure and I knew it was not. However it is suppose o tell my Doc what went on with me when me defibrillater went off and shocked me. BUT IT DID not! I am going to ask the Doctors for copy of agreement they signed with your company stating that the Physician and or Facility is fully responsible for transmissions, data etc.

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