Becoming A Plasma Donor

If you're interested in making a difference in the lives of others, take the first step toward becoming a plasma donor today. Discover how easy and rewarding plasma donation can be by learning more about our eligibility requirements, process, and compensation offers.

Donation Eligibility

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18-65 years old
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Weigh at least 110 lbs
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Pass a Medical Exam
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Medical History Screening
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Viral Disease Check
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Proper Documentation
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Your First Donation Visit

Your first donation takes about two hours and here is what you can expect:

  • Verify Documentation
  • Answer Questionnaire
  • Physical Examination
  • First Donation Completed
  • You’re Compensated!

After all three documents are verified, a state-issued ID, like a driver’s license, proof of your social security number, and proof of your address, our staff will review your medical history and conduct a physical examination to ensure you are eligible to donate.

Once a donor is accepted, our experienced phlebotomists prepare the plasma collection device, known as a plasmapheresis machine, with a new, sterile kit. We remove only the plasma from your blood before sending it to a lab for processing. Lab testing ensures that it is safe to use in life-saving medicines for patients in emergency care, fighting bleeding disorders, or suffering from other medical conditions.

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Donors enjoy these benefits:
  • Financial Compensation
  • Experienced Medical Staff
  • Clean Healthcare Settings
  • Large Screen TVs
  • Comfy Beds
  • Free Wi-Fi
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After your donation, we will issue compensation for your time with a prepaid debit card.

Soon after your first visit, we hope you schedule your next donation. Due to FDA quality and safety testing, it takes two full plasma donations to successfully create life-saving therapies.