B Positive Plasma

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Donation hours


8 AM – 3 PM

*Repeat donors can walk in up until the closing times listed above.
New donors must arrive at least 90 minutes prior to closing times listed.
First donation appointments are strongly encouraged for new donors or if it has been more than 4 months since your last donation.

P: (862) 333-4815

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Review our donor checklist to ensure you’re prepared for your first donation.

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Select a location and schedule your first donation appointment online! Appointments are required at some locations and recommended at all others. The following locations will accept walk-ins during operational hours: Aramingo Avenue (Philadelphia, PA) and Cheltenham (Wyncote, PA).
Donors are issued a reloadable B Positive Visa Debit card at their first donation. All compensation, including referral bonuses, are then paid to your B Positive Visa Debit card. This card can be used anywhere Visa is accepted. It can be used as credit, debit, and at ATMs. To view our current compensation and bonus programs, please click here.
You are able to donate up to two times in a seven-day period (with at least one calendar day between donations), which can currently earn you over $900 in your first month and up to $700 a month thereafter. Additionally, if you successfully refer qualified donors to B Positive, you can earn an extra $50 per referral.
You can donate plasma up to 2 times in a 7 day period, with at least 1 day between donations. B Positive Plasma reserves the right to not allow someone to donate plasma at any time.
Thousands of people safely donate plasma every day. All of the materials that come in contact with each donor’s blood are sterile, opened in the donor’s presence, and used only once before being disposed. The equipment that is used to collect the donor’s plasma never comes into contact with the donor’s blood. Donor safety is our number one priority and we aim to meet or exceed all applicable regulatory requirements.
We recommend setting aside at least 2.5 hours for your first plasma donation visit. This accounts for the medical exam and initial screening that must be done prior to becoming a regular, repeat donor. Once you have become a qualified donor, you can expect your visits to take about 90 minutes from start to finish.