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Making Lifesaving a Career

At The Blood Connection, every role plays a part in saving lives. TBC employees are committed to supporting their neighbors through blood donation in the most efficient and effective way possible. We proudly serve the community by separating ourselves from the competition with our topnotch service and practices. This sort of dedication requires a dedication to teamwork. With our life-saving mission as motivation, the TBC team goes home every day knowing we have made a difference.

Our Benefits

We are dedicated to providing our employee’s with unique benefits that meet the needs of you and your family. We understand the importance of a well-rounded benefits program, and because of that, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that supports our employees’ wellness, educational endeavors, and financial security.

401(k) Retirement Plan

Includes a company match as well as an employer contribution after a year of service.

Wellness Program

Earn rewards for healthy behavior as well as medical premium discounts.

Paid Time Off

PTO benefits are available for full-time and part-time employees.

Educational Assistance

This is for employees that have worked for at least 2 years of continuous service.

Flex Spending Account

This is an option for those who choose this during their health insurance sign up.

Medical Plan, Dental Plan, & Vision Plan

Medical plan includes PPO and HDHP options.

At TBC, our mission is to support our healthcare partners with adequate, safe, cost-effective blood supplies and services. We have a culture that encourages teamwork, innovation and diversity which creates employees who are committed to helping the organization support the community in the most efficient and effective way possible.

We are proud to be equally involved in our community by serving organizations like United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels,  and other great nonprofits.

Employee Testimonial

As a parent of a child who used blood products to survive, it has been an honor for me to be employed at The Blood Connection.  I started this journey in 2000 as a recruitment volunteer sharing my daughter’s story throughout the community and surrounding collection areas to help increase minority blood donations and sickle cell awareness.  My daughter, Precious Gamble, received monthly blood transfusions in order to keep her hemoglobin as close to twelve as possible to prevent her from having additional strokes due to sickle cell disease.  Precious’ story helped increase minority blood donations by 1,000 units in 2001.

After my daughter died in February 2004, I made it my mission to continue promoting the importance of minority blood donations and sickle cell awareness.  I was hired at The Blood Connection as a “Special Recruiter” in September 2004 but in 2018, I decided to switch departments to Quality Assurance which helps carry out the mission of all TBC employees to make sure that our hospitals have an adequate, safe, and cost-effective blood supply.

My name is Priscilla Ketter and I am a proud employee carrying out the mission of The Blood Connection while helping to save one more for Precious.

Priscilla Ketter

Quality Assurance Specialist, The Blood Connection



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ADA Reasonable Accommodations
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), The Blood Connection will provide reasonable accommodations as needed on a case-by-case basis for qualified applicants. If you are unable to use or access our application website as a result of your disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by emailing with your contact information and the nature of your accessibility issue. Only inquiries concerning requests for reasonable accommodations will be responded to. Please do not direct any general employment related questions to this email, as they will be not be evaluated.