Carter BloodCare is inviting donors to give blood as the need in Texas remains urgent.
Several organizations have partnered with Carter BloodCare to host blood drives this month in the Dallas area.
Smart Start, LLC, is hosting a drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 9, at 500 E. Dallas Road Suite 100 in the parking lot on the Carter BloodCare bus.
To schedule an appointment, contact Judy Saxton at 800-880-3394.
On Thursday, March 11, E21 Solutions is hosting a drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 800 Industrial Boulevard in the parking lot on the Carter BloodCare bus.
Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Christy McGilton at 817-310-6470.
Summit Climbing, Yoga & Fitness is also hosting a drive from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, March 29, at 1040 Mustang Drive in the parking lot on the Carter BloodCare bus. To schedule an appointment contact Nathan Riney at 817-421-3888.
According to Carter BloodCare, appointments are encouraged and blood donors can complete the medical history questionnaire online on the day of donation, before arriving to give blood.
Donors and staff are required to wear masks, and surfaces are cleaned between each donation, Carter BloodCare said.
Potential blood donors can volunteer beginning at age 16 with parental consent, while 17-year-olds may give independently.
There is no upper age limit for donating blood, Carter BloodCare said.
According to Carter BloodCare, some people give blood for the 'free swag,' snacks, or the break from a class or workday, while others donate for the mini health assessment including blood pressure, pulse rate, and hemoglobin levels that are required in the pre-donation screening.
Every blood donor with Carter BloodCare receives a free cholesterol check on each successful donation and will also receive a COVID-19 antibody test for a limited time during the pandemic, the nonprofit organization said.
According to Carter BloodCare, donors can retrieve their antibody results within one to two weeks through a secure portal on the blood center's web site.
Still, others give blood because because they know someone whose life was saved or sustained by a blood transfusion, Carter BloodCare said.
Carter BloodCare said it invites those who donate with a patient or loved one in mind to share those stories by emailing [email protected] The organization said sharing a personal story may just inspire others to give this March.
For more information on donor eligibility and to make an appointment, call 1-800-366-2834 or visit carterbloodcare.org.
North Lamar ISD, Salas Minor Emergency Center to host drives during a most prolonged shortage
Hospitals across north, central, and east Texas are in daily contact with Carter BloodCare to verify that there is enough blood to perform all the surgeries and medical procedures on their schedules. Hospital patients are in jeopardy of not receiving the blood transfusions they need.
Blood that is donated by generous volunteers is released to hospitals as soon as possible after test results are completed. In more typical circumstances, there would be two to three days’ worth of blood available. COVID-19 had a swift and profound effect on the community’s blood supply when sheltering in place took effect; and blood drives at businesses, schools, and other locations were canceled.
Against this background, Carter BloodCare is offering coronavirus antibody testing on successful blood donations, for a limited time. Donors can retrieve their results within one to two weeks through a personal account they establish on the blood center’s web site. In addition to cholesterol level, temperature, hemoglobin, pulse rate, and blood pressure data, donors can now learn whether they were likely exposed to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
North Lamar ISD is helping boost the local blood supply by hosting a drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, August 4, at North Lamar High School, 3201 Lewis Lane, in the parking lot on the Carter BloodCare bus. For more information, or to schedule an appointment time, contact Hollye Parks at (903) 737-2011.
Salas Minor Emergency Center is helping boost the local blood supply by hosting a drive from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 11, at 1655 NE Loop 286, in the parking lot on the Carter BloodCare bus. For more information, or to schedule an appointment time, contact Thomas Schleyer at (903) 739-9191.
In the era of COVID-19, Carter BloodCare knows safety is top of mind for blood donors. Carter BloodCare is performing extra cleaning and staff is wearing masks and gloves. Here are some ways donors can do their part to help. To reduce wait times, donors can fill out the medical history questionnaire online before they show up to give blood. This means fewer people are waiting, making it easier to “social distance”. Carter BloodCare is limiting the number of donors on each bus, so making an appointment is the best way to reduce lines of donors.
Remember to eat a nutritious meal and drink plenty of water at least an hour before giving blood. All donors must weigh at least 110 pounds, feel well on the day of donation, and present a government-issued photo ID each time they give blood.
Potential blood donors may volunteer beginning at age 16 with parental consent; 17-year-olds may give independently and there is no upper age limit for donating blood. For more information on donor eligibility and to make an appointment, call 1-800-366-2834 or visit carterbloodcare.org.
For information on donor eligibility and appointments, call or text 800-366-2834 or visit carterbloodcare.org. For more information on antibody testing for COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control web site.
Carter BloodCare puts the power to save lives in the palm of your hand. Donating blood and platelets is easier than ever. Find nearby Carter BloodCare donation centers and blood drives, schedule appointments, earn rewards, track health-wellness results, share in donor spotlights, and stay informed with Carter BloodCare promotions, news and events.
Carter BloodCare serves North, Central, and East Texas.
• Find local blood drives and donation centers quickly and easily
• Convenient, easy appointment scheduling and rescheduling
• Take the health questionnaire on the go or while you wait.
• Track wellness results including pulse, blood pressure, cholesterol, hemoglobin, and A1C
• Claim rewards from participating retailers for giving blood or platelets
• Earn unique badges to proudly share your achievements via social media, text, or email
• Stay in the know with CBC promotions, news and events
• Share in donor profiles and spotlights
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Carter BloodCare in need of blood donations, antibody testing for limited time
BEDFORD, Texas- Carter Bloodcare is in critical need of blood donations.
Carter BloodCare is facing the most prolonged period of a critical blood shortage in recent history.
Without an immediate increase in blood donations from the community, local hospital patients are in jeopardy of not receiving the blood transfusions they require.
Some non-emergent and elective surgeries are being postponed at area medical facilities due to the shortage.
Beginning Monday, June 22 Carter BloodCare will provide coronavirus antibody testing on all successful donations from its blood donors, for a limited time.
The test is an indicator that an individual has been exposed to coronavirus.
It is not a diagnosis of immunity to COVID-19.
The FDA is allowing use of the antibody tests under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) during the pandemic.
All blood donors are required to be feeling well and healthy on the day of donation.
Donors will receive their test results through the Carter BloodCare web site on their donor portal – a personal page with a login and password that the donor establishes and is intended for access only by the donor.
The results will be posted there and are accessible 1-2 weeks after the blood donation.
Make an appointment to donate blood by calling or texting 800-366-2834 or visit carterbloodcare.org, where there is a list of frequently asked questions about the antibody testing.
Or visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s information center online about antibody testing for COVID-19.
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