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Highlights in Numbers

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> 1.5 million

baht raised for underprivileged children in developing countries from 2020 to 2021


heart failure patients and caregivers reached with educational materials

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staff benefitted from wellbeing initiatives

162 million

steps walked by 290 staff in 2020 under the OneRoche Health Challenge

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healthcare professionals reached through HPV screening initiative

30 million

people benefitted from diagnostic tools

Thailand in 2020/2021

Thailand has implemented a universal healthcare system since 2002 that successfully improved the health of its people over the past decade. In 2021, the nation increased its universal healthcare budget for 2022 by 4.4% to 205 billion baht, which will afford health coverage to three quarters of the nation’s 69.8 million people. Its rapidly improving healthcare system has improved its mortality trends.

Our COVID-19 Contributions

We partnered with Thai authorities to bolster every stage of the nation’s COVID-19 strategy, beginning in March 2020 when we were the first healthcare provider to install test instruments to detect COVID-19 within a record four days to meet the nation’s urgent need for screening and diagnosis.


Collaborating with the Government to eliminate Cervical Cancer

  • We partnered the Thai Gynecology Cancer Society to raise greater awareness among local obstetrics and gynecology doctors about the use of the HPV DNA test for nationwide primary screening of cervical cancer.

Equipping Thailand to tackle Diabetes

  • On World Diabetes Day on 14 November 2020, we renewed our efforts to educate the public and healthcare professionals on the best methods for monitoring and long-term management of diabetes through on-ground engagement, free diabetes screenings and virtual trainings for pharmacists on diabetes management care.