We are a company of innovators.
Have you ever dreamed of working for a company with the heart of a start-up and the backing of a Fortune 100? If so, Acclarent is the place for you!
Founded in 2004, Acclarent, Inc. is a global medical device company headquartered in Menlo Park, CA. We’re a small business with a big focus: supporting ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeons, and meeting the needs of ENT patients. We do this by developing innovative, minimally invasive technologies that help patients and investing in clinical studies and physician training.
Acclarent's initial focus is centered on achieving one goal: performing sinus surgery with minimally invasive Balloon Sinuplasty devices. Through our Balloon Sinuplasty technology and our RELIEVA® product portfolio, we offer ENT surgeons and patients an option beyond conventional endoscopic surgery.
We hit the ground running.
In 2005, Acclarent completed FDA clearance for our initial devices, which were commercially launched later that year. To date, more than 380,000 patients suffering from chronic sinusitis have been treated by physicians using Balloon Sinuplasty technology.
In fact, our product offerings and clinical outcomes landed us on the radar of some very big companies.
Small company feel, with big company benefits.
In January 2010, Acclarent was acquired by Johnson &
Johnson, the world’s largest and most diverse medical devices and diagnostics company. While still maintaining our passion for innovation and our entrepreneurial spirit, we now provide all the benefits of a large company, including career advancement potential, a variety of benefit programs to meet personalized employee needs, retirement benefits, summer work schedules, cross-company learning, product discounts and more. Additional information about our benefits and our talent management efforts is available, if you want to know more.
Innovation, Talent, Dedication
We are committed to supporting patients and their physicians with minimally invasive ENT technologies. It’s common to find ENT surgeons in our labs and our team in their operating rooms. We are listening to the needs of patients and physicians to provide ‘real-time’ product development that addresses real-world situations.
We’re looking for innovative, patient-focused individuals who are ready to change the world, one medical device at a time.
Is that you? If so, let’s talk.