Biolife Plasma Service

2321 San Luis Pl
Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA 54304-5211
Center Type: Paid Plasma paid plasma donation icon
Overall Rating: 5.00005 star rating

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Donor: Aaron
Date: 2013-03-30
I_m a student at UWGB and recently started donating for some extra money. Its conveniently 10min from campus and they have a very large range of times anywhere from 5am to 8pm so its very convenient. With the exception of the nurse that does the physicals, the staff is very nice and friendly. They don_t mind you asking lots of questions (which I do frequently) which helps when you first start if you_re nervous. So far I_ve had no complications or missed veins. They pay you on a Biolife card and give you frequency bonuses if you donate so many times in one month. Right now its $20 you_re first visit in one week and $30 you_re second visit. This month if you do 4 times in one month you get a $10 bonus and 7 times you get $30. Also ps for Green Bay donors tacobell prints you_re total amount left on the card at the bottom of the receipt.

Donor: Allan
Date: 2010-03-13
BioLife Green Bay is no longer located at this address. The San Luis Location has closed and BioLife is now located at 3275 Finger Rd.

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