Click here to find the plasma collection center closest to you. You do not need an appointment. You do need to bring the following identification with you:
Once you enter the donation center
If the center staff determines that you are eligible to donate plasma, you will be taken to the donation area and seated in a comfortable seating bed.
Your first donation will take approximately 2 hours. Return visits on average take about 90 minutes. When you are finished, you will check out and receive compensation to thank you for your time. The amount of compensation is determined by each plasma collection facility. A staff member at the plasma center will be available to answer any questions you may have.
Your Personal Health and Safety
Your safety and health are of utmost importance. All equipment and materials are sterile and for one-time use only. Center staff receives ongoing training to provide a safe and pleasant experience. Plasma donation is strictly regulated by government authorities. In addition, companies adhere to voluntary standards through International Quality Plasma Program certification. Centers are inspected and certified by independent auditors and adhere to regulatory reporting requirements.
This detailed video takes viewers through all of the steps a first-time plasma donor would experience during the process of donating lifesaving plasma.
The need for plasma and plasma donors is more urgent than ever before. Visit givingplasma.org to learn more and to find a donation center near you.