Ortho Clinical Diagnostics is an in vitro diagnostics company that makes products and diagnostic equipment for blood testing. Ortho serves two primary industries in the medical field: clinical laboratories, by producing platforms and assays that test for a variety of diseases, conditions, and substances; and immunohematology, by providing the means to ensure blood transfusion recipients receive appropriate and compatible blood.
Johnson and Johnson acquired Eastman Kodak's Clinical Diagnostics Division in 1994, which was then merged with Ortho Diagnostic Systems in 1997. Ortho's global corporate offices are in Raritan, New Jersey, while their global research and development center is in Rochester, New York.
In 2014, The Carlyle Group purchased the company from Johnson & Johnson for $4.15 billion. Ortho Clinical Diagnostics now operates as an independent company.
Highest paying job titles at Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics include Regional Sales Executive, Customer Service Manager, and Operations Manager