TBC in the news
The Blood Connection Offering Community Members Chance to “Double Their Donation” – Holy City Sinner (SC)
Those who donate with The Blood Connection (TBC), the non-profit community blood center, are directly impacting the lives of people in this community; people like children battling cancer, or a neighbor suffering from Sickle Cell Disease. Those people rely on community blood donors every day to ensure lifesaving blood products needed for treatments are available in local hospitals. That is why TBC is partnering with local and national organizations to shed light on Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Sickle Cell Awareness Month.
The Blood Connection breaks ground on new Anderson blood donation center – Upstate Business Journal (SC)
The 4,000-square-foot facility will serve AnMed Health, which closed its blood donor center in 2018 and has been using TBC as its sole blood provider.
The non-profit blood center, The Blood Connection, is starting blood drives to help meet the need for Doctors Hospital.
The Blood Connection – Formerly Carolina-Georgia Blood Center – Chosen as Blood Provider for Doctors Hospital of Augusta
The Blood Connection Chosen as Blood Provider for Doctors Hospital of Augusta AUGUSTA, G.A. - The Blood Connection (TBC), an independently managed, non-profit community blood center will now be providing blood for Doctors Hospital of Augusta. Through the pandemic, TBC...
For Luca, and for any other patients in need of a transfusion, having blood available is critical. The past several years have been difficult.
The Blood Connection says the old regulations, implemented more than 20 years ago, were meant to protect the blood supply against a variant of mad cow disease, a fatal infection of the brain and nerve tissue.
The Blood Connection Helps Stock the Shelves of Breast Milk Donation Organization TBC Partners with MUSC Health, Mother’s Milk Bank of South Carolina and Ronald McDonald House Charities for Statewide Blood Drive CHARLESTON, SC (July 13, 2022) – Amid the baby formula...
In 1962, Dr. E. Arthur “Art” Dreskin launched what became known as the Greenville Blood Assurance Plan, which he served for 40 years. He died in 2006, six years after the organization was renamed The Blood Connection, which, since 1978, had been known as Carolina Blood Center, then Carolina-Georgia Blood Center.
The Blood Connection Warns of Blood Shortage Heading into July 4th Holiday Week Shortage Could Negatively Impact Patient Care as Demand Goes Up THE CAROLINAS & GEORGIA – If this announcement came from a large milk producer and the headline read ‘milk shortage...
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