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The following is a list of the twelve largest health care companies ranked here by revenue as of March 2010 according to their released 2009 annual reports.

Rank Company Country Total Revenues (USD billions) Total Revenues (reported currency in millions) Change 09/08 (%) Net income/ (loss) (reported currency in millions) Change 09/08 (%) R&D Expenses (reported currency in millions) Change 09/08 (%) Fortune 500 Ranking[1]
1 Johnson & Johnson[2] United States 61.90[3] $61,897 -2.9 $12,266 -5.3 6,986 -7.8 103
2 Pfizer[4] United States 50.01[3] $50,009 3.5 8,635 6.6 7,845 -1.3 152
3 Roche[5] Switzerland 47.35[3] 49,051 CHF 7.5 8,510 CHF -21.5 9,874 CHF 11.6 171
4 GlaxoSmithKline[6] United Kingdom 45.83[3] £28,368 16.5 £5,669 20.3 £4,106 11.5 168
5 Novartis[7] Switzerland 44.27[3] $44,267 6.8 $8,454 3.6 $7,469 3.5 183
6 Sanofi[8] France 41.99[3] €29,306 6.3 €8,471 17.9 €4,583 0.2 181
7 AstraZeneca[9] UK/Sweden 32.81[10] $32,804 3.8 $7,544 23.1 $4,409 -14.9 268
8 Abbott Laboratories[11] United States 30.76[10] $30,765 4.2 5,746 21.4 2,744 2.1 294
9 Merck & Co.[12] United States 27.43[10] $27,428 15.0 $13,024 64.2 $5,800 20.8 378
10 Bayer HealthCare[13] Germany 22.30 €15,988 3.8 €1,696 38.8 €1,845 5.9 154
11 Eli Lilly[14] United States 21.84[15] $21,836 7.2 $4,328 N/A N/A N/A 455
12 Bristol-Myers Squibb[16] United States 18.81[17] $18,808 6.2 $4,420 19.9 3,647 3.8 435

Some data have not been audited yet. Bayer has additional revenue not included here. The missing parts of the table will be added as more data are released by the companies.

The following is a list of the twelve largest healthcare companies ranked by revenue as of July 2009 in the Fortune Global 500.[1]

Rank[1] Company Country Total Revenues (USD millions) Net income/ (loss) (USD millions) Employees
1 Johnson & Johnson United States 63,747.0[18] 12,949.0 118,700
2 Pfizer United States 48,296.0[19] 8,104.0 81,800
3 GlaxoSmithKline United Kingdom 44,654.0[20] 8,438.6 99,003
4 Roche Switzerland 44,267.5[21] 8,288.1 80,080
5 Sanofi-Aventis France 42,179.0[22] 5,636.7 98,213
6 Novartis Switzerland 41,459.0[23] 8,195.0 96,717
7 AstraZeneca United Kingdom/Sweden 31,601.0[24] 6,101.0 65,000
8 Abbott Laboratories United States 29,527.6[25] 4,880.7 68,838
9 Merck United States 23,850.3[26] 7,808.4 55,200
10 Wyeth United States 22,833.9[27] 4,417.8 47,426
11 Bristol-Myers Squibb United States 21,366.0[28] 5,247.0 35,000
12 Eli Lilly United States 20,378.0[29] (2,071.9) 40,500

The following is a list of the 49 largest companies involved in pharmaceutical and biotech industry ranked by healthcare revenue as of 2008.[30] Some companies (e.g., Bayer) has additional revenue not included here.[31][32]

Rank[30] Company Country Total Revenues (USD millions) Healthcare R&D 2008 (USD millions) Net income/ (loss) 2008 (USD millions) Employees 2008
1 Pfizer[33] (with Wyeth[34]) United States 70,696 11,318 14,111 137,127
2 Johnson & Johnson United States 63,747 NA 10,576 119,200
3 Hoffmann–La Roche Switzerland 43,970 NA 8,135 78,604
4 Novartis Switzerland 41,460 NA 11,946 98,200
5 GlaxoSmithKline United Kingdom 40,424 6,373 10,432 103,483
6 Sanofi-Aventis France 40,328 NA 7,204 99,495
7 AstraZeneca United Kingdom/Sweden 31,601 NA 5,959 67,400
8 Abbott Laboratories[35] United States 29,527 2,688 4,880 68,697
9 Merck & Co. United States 23,850 4,678 7,808 74,372
10 Bristol-Myers Squibb United States 19,977 NA 2,165 42,000
11 Eli Lilly and Company United States 18,634 NA 2,953 40,600
12 Boehringer Ingelheim Germany 16,959 1,977 2,163 43,000
13 Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Japan 15,697 1,620 2,870 15,000
14 Bayer [36] Germany 15,407 3,770 6,448 108,600
15 Amgen United States 14,771 3,366 3,166 48,000
16 Genentech United States 13,400 15773 3,640 33,500
17 Baxter International United States 12,300 614 1,397 38,428
18 Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Israel 11,080 495 546 26,670
19 Astellas Pharma Japan 10,701 1,435 1,122 23,613
20 Daiichi Sankyo Japan 9,682 1,459 671 20,100
21 Novo Nordisk Denmark 9,081 1,063 1,922 26,575
22 Procter & Gamble United States 8,964 NA 10,340 29,258
23 Eisai Japan 5,583 926 604 14,993
24 Merck KGaA Germany 5,175 772 1,258 13,900
25 Alcon United States 4,897 512 1,348 13,500
26 SINOPHARM China 4,700 498 1249 9700
27 Akzo Nobel Netherlands 4,694 741 1,449 13,000
28 UCB Belgium 4,426 1,024 492 12,741
29 Nycomed Switzerland 4,264 NA -105 10,533
30 Forest Laboratories United States 3,442 941 454 9,649
31 Solvay Belgium 3,268 533 1,026 9,000
32 Genzyme United States 3,187 650 -17 8,477
33 Allergan United States 3,063 1,056 -127 8,423
34 Gilead Sciences United States 3,026 384 -1,190 6,772
35 CSL Australia 2,788 161 454 6,400
36 Chugai Pharmaceutical Co. Japan 2,787 467 328 5,962
37 Biogen Idec United States 2,683 718 218 5,907
38 Bausch & Lomb United States 2,292 197 15 5,830
39 Taiho Pharmaceutical Co. Japan 2,069 244 132 5,756
40 King Pharmaceuticals United States 1,989 254 289 5,191
41 Watson Pharmaceuticals United States 1,979 131 -445 5,126
42 Mitsubishi Pharma Japan 1,945 403 208 5,111
43 Shire United Kingdom 1,797 387 278 4,958
44 Cephalon United States 1,764 403 145 4,913
45 Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Japan 1,763 350 193 3,750
46 Kyowa Hakko Japan 1,698 268 108 2,895
47 Shionogi Japan 1,640 320 159 2,868
48 Mylan Laboratories United States 1,612 104 217 2,800
49 H. Lundbeck Denmark 1,552 329 186 2,515

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