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Learn More About Plasma

Patients who depend on medicines made with plasma urgently need your help, especially now that the pandemic has impacted plasma donations.

See how your donation can help save a life, learn the steps to donating, and discover all the rewards.

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Learn More About Plasma

Patients who depend on medicines made with plasma urgently need your help, especially now that the pandemic has impacted plasma donations.

See how your donation can help save a life, learn the steps to donating, and discover all the rewards.

Lead Generation Form

Ready to start donating plasma?

Thank you for your submission!

 

 

 

 

 

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By clicking "submit", you agree to our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy

Learn More About Plasma

Patients who depend on medicines made with plasma urgently need your help, especially now that the pandemic has impacted plasma donations.

See how your donation can help save a life, learn the steps to donating, and discover all the rewards.

Lead Generation Form

Ready to start donating plasma?

Thank you for your submission!

 

 

 

 

 

Texto a identificar

 

By clicking "submit", you agree to our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy

 

Education

Help Save Lives

Plasma is used to create life-saving medicines

These medicines treat
chronic conditions and
life-threatening illnesses.
Plasma can't come from a
lab. It must come from
donors, like you.
Your donation is
essential, as it can take
hundreds of donations to
treat just one patient
each year.

This is why you are needed

You'll know where your
plasma is going.

Discover how your
plasma helps patients
You'll receive
compensation for your
time and effort.

Get ready to donate
You can safely donate at
a Grifols plasma center as
often as 2x a week.

Find a center

Give Plasma

How it works

When you give plasma, it's separated from the whole blood and collected, while the rest of the blood is returned to you. So the process takes a little longer than blood donation. Your first visit includes a physical exam, which may extend your total time at the center to two to three hours. Here's what else you can expect during your visit:

 
 
1.You'll receive a health screening each time, which includes a blood sample.
2.First-time donors receive a physical exam from a trained center medical specialist.
3.Donation can take around 90 minutes, so feel free to relax, read, or watch some TV.
4.You'll learn how your plasma is being used to treat others with lifethreatening illnesses.
5.Each donor receives a Grifols prepaid Visa® debit card that is refilled after each donation.

New Donors

There are a few requirements to ensure plasma donations
are properly managed to make us all feel better.

A donor must:

Must be 18-69 years old

Weigh at least 110 pounds

Be in general good health

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS? Contact your local plasma donation center

And provide:

Donating plasma is simple – but the number one reason new donors are turned away is because they forget their IDs. Make sure you bring everything on the list so we can check you in quickly.

A valid photo ID

This can include a driver's license, state-issued identification, passport or military ID.

If you're a student, you can bring a school ID and a copy of your birth certificate that verifies your birth date.

If you have an out-of-state ID, you'll need to provide proof of your current household address (see below).

Proof of your Social Security Number

This can include a Social Security card, a W-2 form or a paycheck stub printed with your full name and entire Social Security Number. You can also get Social Security verification from your local Supplemental Security Income (SSI) office.

If you're not a U.S. citizen, you may provide your Border Crossing Card (B1/B2 VISA/BBC).

Proof of address

This can include the information printed on your photo ID, W-2 form or paycheck stub if your current address is listed.

You can also use a utility bill from the previous 30 days that lists your name and address, or bring a copy of your current lease.

VERY IMPORTANT!

The name on your photo ID MUST MATCH the name on your proof of Social Security Number.


Education

Help Save Lives

Plasma is used to create life-saving medicines

These medicines treat
chronic conditions and
life-threatening illnesses.
Plasma can't come from a
lab. It must come from
donors, like you.
Your donation is
essential, as it can take
hundreds of donations to
treat just one patient
each year.

This is why you are needed

You'll know where your
plasma is going.

Discover how your
plasma helps patients
You'll receive
compensation for your
time and effort.

Get ready to donate
You can safely donate at
a Grifols plasma center as
often as 2x a week.

Find a center

Give Plasma

How it works

When you give plasma, it's separated from the whole blood and collected, while the rest of the blood is returned to you. So the process takes a little longer than blood donation. Your first visit includes a physical exam, which may extend your total time at the center to two to three hours. Here's what else you can expect during your visit:

 
 
1.You'll receive a health screening each time, which includes a blood sample.
2.First-time donors receive a physical exam from a trained center medical specialist.
3.Donation can take around 90 minutes, so feel free to relax, read, or watch some TV.
4.You'll learn how your plasma is being used to treat others with lifethreatening illnesses.
5.Each donor receives a Grifols prepaid Visa® debit card that is refilled after each donation.

New Donors

There are a few requirements to ensure plasma donations
are properly managed to make us all feel better.

A donor must:

Must be 18-69 years old

Weigh at least 110 pounds

Be in general good health

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS? Contact your local plasma donation center

And provide:

Donating plasma is simple – but the number one reason new donors are turned away is because they forget their IDs. Make sure you bring everything on the list so we can check you in quickly.

A valid photo ID

This can include a driver's license, state-issued identification, passport or military ID.

If you're a student, you can bring a school ID and a copy of your birth certificate that verifies your birth date.

If you have an out-of-state ID, you'll need to provide proof of your current household address (see below).

Proof of your Social Security Number

This can include a Social Security card, a W-2 form or a paycheck stub printed with your full name and entire Social Security Number. You can also get Social Security verification from your local Supplemental Security Income (SSI) office.

If you're not a U.S. citizen, you may provide your Border Crossing Card (B1/B2 VISA/BBC).

Proof of address

This can include the information printed on your photo ID, W-2 form or paycheck stub if your current address is listed.

You can also use a utility bill from the previous 30 days that lists your name and address, or bring a copy of your current lease.

VERY IMPORTANT!

The name on your photo ID MUST MATCH the name on your proof of Social Security Number.

Education

Help Save Lives

Plasma is used to create life-saving medicines

These medicines treat
chronic conditions and
life-threatening illnesses.
Plasma can't come from a
lab. It must come from
donors, like you.
Your donation is
essential, as it can take
hundreds of donations to
treat just one patient
each year.

This is why you are needed

You'll know where your
plasma is going.

Discover how your
plasma helps patients
You'll receive
compensation for your
time and effort.

Get ready to donate
You can safely donate at
a Grifols plasma center as
often as 2x a week.

Find a center

Give Plasma

How it works

When you give plasma, it's separated from the whole blood and collected, while the rest of the blood is returned to you. So the process takes a little longer than blood donation. Your first visit includes a physical exam, which may extend your total time at the center to two to three hours. Here's what else you can expect during your visit:

 
 
1.You'll receive a health screening each time, which includes a blood sample.
2.First-time donors receive a physical exam from a trained center medical specialist.
3.Donation can take around 90 minutes, so feel free to relax, read, or watch some TV.
4.You'll learn how your plasma is being used to treat others with lifethreatening illnesses.
5.Each donor receives a Grifols prepaid Visa® debit card that is refilled after each donation.

New Donors

There are a few requirements to ensure plasma donations
are properly managed to make us all feel better.

A donor must:

Must be 18-69 years old

Weigh at least 110 pounds

Be in general good health

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS? Contact your local plasma donation center

And provide:

Donating plasma is simple – but the number one reason new donors are turned away is because they forget their IDs. Make sure you bring everything on the list so we can check you in quickly.

A valid photo ID

This can include a driver's license, state-issued identification, passport or military ID.

If you're a student, you can bring a school ID and a copy of your birth certificate that verifies your birth date.

If you have an out-of-state ID, you'll need to provide proof of your current household address (see below).

Proof of your Social Security Number

This can include a Social Security card, a W-2 form or a paycheck stub printed with your full name and entire Social Security Number. You can also get Social Security verification from your local Supplemental Security Income (SSI) office.

If you're not a U.S. citizen, you may provide your Border Crossing Card (B1/B2 VISA/BBC).

Proof of address

This can include the information printed on your photo ID, W-2 form or paycheck stub if your current address is listed.

You can also use a utility bill from the previous 30 days that lists your name and address, or bring a copy of your current lease.

VERY IMPORTANT!

The name on your photo ID MUST MATCH the name on your proof of Social Security Number.

 
"

My son is 16 and without
his meds, he would need to
be home-schooled. Instead,
he is an Eagle Scout and
has the life he deserves.

"

Heidi
Ohio


"

My son is 16 and without
his meds, he would need to
be home-schooled. Instead,
he is an Eagle Scout and
has the life he deserves.

"

Heidi
Ohio

"

My son is 16 and without
his meds, he would need to
be home-schooled. Instead,
he is an Eagle Scout and
has the life he deserves.

"

Heidi
Ohio

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are centers doing to help employees and donors stay safe?

 

What should I do to prepare myself for a plasma donation and health screening?

 

What are the potential adverse effects during or after plasma donation?

 

Does Grifols compensate donors? How?

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are centers doing to help employees and donors stay safe?

 

What should I do to prepare myself for a plasma donation and health screening?

 

What are the potential adverse effects during or after plasma donation?

 

Does Grifols compensate donors? How?

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are centers doing to help employees and donors stay safe?

 

What should I do to prepare myself for a plasma donation and health screening?

 

What are the potential adverse effects during or after plasma donation?

 

Does Grifols compensate donors? How?