Blood Centers of the Pacific gives its donors T-shirts and raffles prizes, for instance, along with the standard post-donation juice and cookies.
What does BCP stand for?
BCP stands for Blood Centers of the Pacific
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The Company's non-profit community blood centers, United Blood Services, Blood Centers of the Pacific and Inland Northwest Blood Center, provide blood, blood components and special services to patients in more than 500 hospitals in 18 states.
The blood centers division of Blood Systems, made up of United Blood Services and Blood Centers of the Pacific, provides blood, blood components and special services to patients in more than 500 hospitals in 18 states.
Its community blood centers, United Blood Services and Blood Centers of the Pacific, provide blood, blood components and special services to patients in more than 500 hospitals in 18 states, from California to the Gulf Coast, from the "Tip o' Texas" to the Canadian border.
Stanford Blood Center, Blood Centers of the Pacific and the American Red Cross are asking for immediate blood donations to boost the critically low blood supplies.
Previously, he was president and chief executive officer of San Francisco-based Blood Centers of the Pacific (formerly Irwin Memorial Blood Centers) from 1993 to 1999, where he managed the blood-bank programs and served as a regulatory consultant to other blood centers.
Two of the nation's major blood centers, Blood Centers of the Pacific and Indiana Blood Center adopt the Pall BDS to detect bacterial contamination of platelets, the leading infectious cause of transfusion-related fatalities.
Where: Blood Centers of the Pacific 270 Masonic Ave.