Biolife Plasma Services

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Biolife Plasma Services
December 2014
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KOKOMO/HOWARD COUNTY Highflyer
BUSINESS PROFILE OF THE MONTH
Biolife Plasma Services
A life-saving part of the community
Plasma donors help save
lives.
At Biolife Plasma Services,
plasma donations are collected so they may be processed into life-saving plasma-based therapies that benefit thousands of people
every day.
To ensure a consistent
supply of plasma, Biolife
Plasma Services recognizes
every donor for his or her
contributions and aims to
give exceptional service.
“Part of the company
vision is to ensure ever y
employee is valued and a
fully engaged member of our
team. Staffers are closely
engaged with donors, many
of whom have been dedicated donors for many years.”
Additionally, Biolife Plasma Ser vices employees,
numbering 53 in Kokomo,
participate in local community activities. Staff members
have been a part of fundraisers, such as the Polar Plunge
for Special Olympics, and
volunteered in such activities as flower planting for
Earth Day and bingo and
games at area assisted living
facilities.
Donors have varying reasons for donating, including
the self-fulfillment of knowing they are helping others.
It is important to know that
plasma is not a substance
that can be produced in a
laboratory; it can only be
obtained from healthy adults.
Biolife Plasma Ser vices
Biolife Plasma Services is located at 111 E. Alto Road, behind Lowe’s.
complies with all federal,
state and local regulations. It
is part of Baxter Healthcare
Corporation, the principal
domestic subsidiary of Baxter International Inc.
Learn more about Biolife
Plasma Services by calling
765-453-5670, or visiting the
Kokomo location at 111 E.
Alto Road.
Biolife Plasma Services is
open 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Monday; 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday;
and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

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