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Pfizer Healthcare Hub

Introducing Pfizer Healthcare Hub: Australia

Helping health tech start-ups develop and implement transformational innovation.

As a global leader in healthcare, Pfizer is committed to pursuing an ongoing vision of transforming people’s lives through innovative solutions to real health problems.

The Pfizer Healthcare Hub Sydney is a new initiative to help companies innovating in the health tech space to realise their potential. The hub is designed to help start-ups to grow and reach more patients and providers faster, by giving access to Pfizer’s network and resources.

Changing the face of healthcare

Healthcare, and the way we engage with it, is rapidly evolving. Today, patients, providers and the pharmaceutical industry have access to more medicines, more knowledge and more technology than ever before. 

Apps, wearables, telemedicine, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, 

big data and gamification are all opening up exciting new possibilities.

And with one of the world’s largest start-up communities, Australia has the opportunity to be a major contributor in this exciting field.

A partnership in the future

Pfizer Healthcare Hub exists to help our start-up community take full advantage of these opportunities. 

We are looking to partner with innovators who demonstrate clear potential to make a big difference to individuals, patient groups or health systems in three key areas:

Disease awareness and information
Facilitating health literacy and access to information for both clinicians and patients.


Earlier detection and better diagnosis
Improving clinicians’ access to devices or information to enable better diagnosis.


Compliance and adherence
Providing technological tools and solutions that facilitate or encourage patient adherence to medication regimens to optimise treatment. 


Selected Start-ups will be able to learn, experiment and collaborate with Pfizer - accessing mentoring and know-how in areas including market orientation, infrastructure, compliance, government relations and much more.

The potential benefits are extraordinary – for both our national economy, and the global advancement of health.