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Carter BloodCare is the provider of blood components & transfusion services for Texas healthcare facilities.
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Please be aware that some donor centers will be closed and select drives cancelled due to the weather. (Listed below) Reschedule your appt if it was cancelled by calling or texting 800-366-2834. Tyler & Waco - mobile drives cancelled and donor centers closed DFW & Bedford - open
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KLIF Jan 5
Did you know that you can save a life in a matter of minutes? That’s all it takes to give blood and help your community. January is National Blood Donor Month and urges you to give blood… It saves lives.
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Carter BloodCare Jan 13
We cannot thank the donors who showed up to our drive with our partner battalion from from Fort Hood, the Lancers 2-5 CAV 1ABCT 1 CD. We were able to collect 211 units in 4 hrs! That’s up to 633 lives saved!
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WBAP 24/7 NEWS Jan 5
Did you know that you can save a life in a matter of minutes? That’s all it takes to give blood and help your community. January is National Blood Donor Month and urges you to give blood… It saves lives.
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Carter BloodCare Jan 12
Replying to @monicoperez
That’s a great leaf to turn over! 🍁 we appreciate you!!
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Monico Perez Jan 12
Made a decision to donate blood today, just making big changes in 2018! Thank you for making my first experience donating blood a very pleasant one! I’ll definitely be back!
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Carter BloodCare Jan 12
With the current flu outbreak in Texas, we are focusing on staying ahead of any needs. So we ask that, only if you’re feeling healthy and well, you make and keep your blood donation appointments to help keep a stable community blood supply.
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Carter BloodCare Jan 11
Replying to @palmer_hs
Thank you all for saving lives in the community!!!
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Carter BloodCare Jan 11
Replying to @monrey1121
What a great way to start the year! Thank you!
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Monica Reyes Jan 11
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Carter BloodCare Jan 10
Did you know that you can give at our donor centers or public drives? Where do you usually give?
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Carter BloodCare Jan 9
Replying to @shelbyfann_ @benrdenny
We're sorry that the website wasn't cooperating! What browser were you using?
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Carter BloodCare Jan 9
Replying to @ccrandall_dds
Thank you so much for your incredible support! We appreciate you. 💙
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Curtis Crandall DDS Jan 3
Did you know it's Month? Don't forget to give the ! There are Carter BloodCare centers in Plano and also in Allen!
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Carter BloodCare Jan 9
Replying to @NickClayton78
It's a love wrap. 💙 It shows you saved THREE LIVES!
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The New HOT 93.3 Jan 5
Did you know that you can save a life in a matter of minutes? That’s all it takes to give blood and help your community. January is National Blood Donor Month and urges you to give blood… It saves lives.
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Haley Tucker Jan 7
Just found out im O-. That means if anyone with ANY blood type needs a blood donation, i can give them my blood. So from now on i will be donating through at least 3x a year :).
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Rice MS Ravens Jan 8
Sign up today to give blood at the Rice Middle School Blood Drive on February 2, 2018. There are plenty of spots available. Please RT to fill the event!
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96.3 KSCS Jan 5
Did you know that you can save a life in a matter of minutes? That’s all it takes to give blood and help your community. January is National Blood Donor Month and urges you to give blood… It saves lives.
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Carter BloodCare Jan 7
Replying to @Nicolet_Haley
That’s a wonderful goal! O- donors are harder to come by, so we encourage them to donate every 56 days if at all possible!
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