Elmhurst Hospital Center Blood Bank

79-01 Broadway
Elmhurst, New York, USA 11373
Center Type: unpaid whole blood donation icon
Overall Rating: 3.14293 star rating

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Date: 2021-09-18
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Donor: Blood Shortage Helper
Date: 2020-04-20
Center Blood Bank is part of a hospital. The hospital_s website is https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/elmhurst/ and the new telephone number is (718) 334-4000

Donor: E.H.
Date: 2020-03-24
Happy to be a blood donor.

Donor: Long time donor
Date: 2020-03-04
Sometimes it_s a great place to give blood sometimes they miss and try again and again leaving your arm purple and the pain of the needle going in repeatedly searching for the vein is something you would have to experience to understand. It happened to me twice out of 10 donations

Donor: tingting
Date: 2013-03-29
i want donate my blood. may i ask a question about if i can get the compensation by donating??

Donor: ?????
Date: 2009-12-18
Would be nice if the correct phone number were listed so one could call and see if the place actually existed. 718 area code is usually not for Westchester, in any case, the number listed is incorrect. (the one star is only to garner attention in hopes that anyone might be looking)

Donor: Elmhurst Hospital Center
Date: 2009-01-26
This is in response to comment posted in the computer concerning Elmhurst Hospital Center Blood Bank posted 11-17-2008 #1910. 1. Elmhurst Hospital Center Blood Bank personnel are qualified to perform all Blood Bank duties required to aid in patient care and safety. They have Ė at minimum - a Bachelorís Degree in Medical Technology or other Medical Science related degree. This is a 4 year degree with additional 1 year of hospital training in an accredited hospital laboratory. All of our Blood Bank Technologists are licensed by New York State Education Department. This is a requirement needed by New York State Department of Health. All of our technologists had thorough orientations concerning hospital and blood bank policies and procedures. They are given competency exams on regular basis and must pass in order to be able to continue working in their position as a Blood Bank Technologist. 2. Elmhurst Hospital Center Blood Bank Technologists work under the supervision of Blood Bank Supervisors and Managers that meet the above required qualifications, with Bachelorís Degree and / or Masters Degree in Science and with extensive experience as Blood Bank Supervisors. They are board certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. A Blood Bank Medical Director also ensures that regulatory agency requirements are met. 3. Elmhurst Hospital Center Blood Bank is accredited by the following regulatory agencies: - American Association of Blood Banks - College of American Pathologists - Food and Drug Administration - JCAHO - New York State Department of Health We must comply with the standards set by each of the above agencies in order to be accredited. Each regulatory agency sends their own inspectors, unannounced, to see compliance by the Blood Bank Department. All of the above regulatory agencies ensure that patientsí safety is NOT compromised.

Donor: anonymous
Date: 2008-11-17
we have unqulaified techs working in the bloodbank dept. somebody may kill a patient one day.

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