What areas do we service?
Approximately 1,661,259 people live in a 8,390 square mile area of Northwestern South Carolina, Western North Carolina and Northeastern Georgia that is the area in which The Blood Connection recruits and collects donors. South Carolina counties include Greenville, Spartanburg, Pickens, Oconee, Greenwood, Laurens, and Newberry. The Blood Connection also collects blood in Stephens County, Georgia and Polk, Buncombe, Henderson, Transylvania, McDowell, and Macon Counties in North Carolina.
Following is a list of The Blood Connection hospital partners: Angel Medical Center, Asheville VA Medical Center, Baptist Easley Hospital, Blue Ridge Regional Hospital, Greenville Memorial Hospital, Greer Memorial Hospital, Hillcrest Memorial Hospital, Laurens County HealthCare System, Mary Black Memorial Hospital, McDowell Hospital, Mission Hospital, Newberry County Memorial Hospital, Oconee Medical Hospital, Pardee Hospital, Park Ridge Health, Patewood Memorial Hospital, Pelham Medical Center, Providence Hospital, Providence Hospital North East, Self Regional Healthcare System, Shriner Hospitals for Children – Greenville, Spartanburg Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital – Downtown, St. Francis Hospital – Eastside, St. Luke’s Hospital, Stephens County Hospital, Transylvania Regional Hospital, and Wallace Thomson Hospital. The Blood Connection reaches blood donors in several ways: through bloodmobiles, portable field units, and fixed donation sites. Fixed site donation centers are located in Greenville, Greenwood, Easley, Seneca, Spartanburg, and Hendersonville. New fixed site centers are considered when donor support is established.