Plasma Centers

48 E Main St
Rexburg, Idaho, USA 83440-1926
Center Type: Paid Plasma paid plasma donation icon
Overall Rating: 3.23813.5 star rating

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Donor: Blood Hero
Date: 2023-06-01
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Donor: hanna
Date: 2012-08-30
the plasma you are selling is going towards testing medications for large rx companies .why dont you stop being a whinny little b*tch because somebody wants to be paid fairly for their body. this isnt like donating blood . you aren_t directly saving anyone but the companies testing their products. and ammons plasma center pays $50 for the first visit and $50 for the second if you havent donated to them before or in at least six months then $25 a apt after the first two. this place is a total rip.

Donor: Carly Houze
Date: 2012-05-12
I had a horrible experience both my first and third (last) time selling (I don_t feel it appropriate to use \_donate\_ because something is expected in return and that isn_t the definition of truly donating). My first time selling, the doctor had messed up and spilled my blood all over the blanket they gave me. I was mortified when I reached my hand across and blanket and my hand got covered in blood. My second time selling went really well, however, I was waiting 10 minutes before I was taken off the machine. My third and last time selling, the doctor missed my vain, then another doctor tried to come in and maneuver the needle, while in my arm, to get it back into my vein. In doing so, he scratched the inside of my vein and I started internally bleeding, causing instant bruising. Then, they had to hurry and switch arms so that I could get the rest of my blood back in my system. This required two doctors. By this time I was crying out of fear and had almost passed out. I was sweating profusely and terrified. Then my arms were switched. It was a horrifying experience, not the way selling plasma should be.

Donor: Notyourregulardonar
Date: 2011-12-01
Fainted at my last visit, a employee was there right away. Took care of me, doctor went over my chart, and I can donate again. Remember to drink a lot of water before and after. By the way, I am glad that I can donate my plasma no matter the cost. Whether it is for testing, replacing fluids for others, it is a great cause.

Donor: joe
Date: 2011-08-19
i work for talecris plasma resource and we manufacture many drugs for human use... neulasta, IGGIV, RhoGam to name a few.

Donor: The Doc
Date: 2010-02-13
Plasma that is paid for is not for human use. It is only for testing medications and etc.

Donor: anonymous
Date: 2010-01-28
I guess we could all just go and donate blood once every three months without getting money, or you could quit whining that you_re getting paid for your plasma. I guess saving lives isn_t that important to some people. I_d do it for free if it was the only option.

Donor: joe
Date: 2010-01-13
The worst I have been to . they will take advantage of you in any way they can and pay you next to nothing. in arizona they pay 40 PER visit, and the waiting lines are twice as quick with twice the ammount of people

Donor: Rhett
Date: 2009-12-25

Donor: Brady Price
Date: 2009-11-24
The center was great. The staff was very friendly. From the lowest nurse to the management, they were kind, professional, helpful, and welcoming. I will go back frequently.

Donor: C. Allen
Date: 2009-11-21
You_re not donating your plasma to get good service, you_re donating your plasma to HELP THE CAUSE. Stop being so selfish and realize that anywhere you go, you_re making a difference. The center in Rexburg is clean, professional, and has super nice staff.

Donor: Scott P.
Date: 2009-09-19
If you are familiar with any donation center, they usually pay $25 for the first donation and $35 if you come back within a 7 day period; otherwise its $20 first donation of the week and $30 second donation of the week (week being monday - saturday.) Every plasma center pays the same actually. They have no reason to dumb down the cost or the opposite for that matter - they all pay the same. FYI - it_s a donation... you get paid to be there not for your plasma. So if you dont feel like \_donating\_ but you feel like making money - not the right place for you.

Donor: Garen Blanchard
Date: 2009-09-13
Best Plasma Center in the Nation. At least thats what Grifols says.

Donor: Sean
Date: 2009-07-29
This center is nice. I_ve been to other places and this one is way better.

Donor: renee
Date: 2009-07-17
Not so bad. I thought the service was pretty good... I was cold they gave me a blanket but I think they treat the girls better than they treat the boys. Give it a shot!!

Donor: Allison
Date: 2009-05-13
Terrible customer service, don_t waist your time contributing to the way they treat you

Donor: Jake Crow
Date: 2009-05-13
They are not nice at all and will abuse you every way they can, they also pay your hardly anything compared to everywhere else you go

Donor: Josh Smith
Date: 2009-05-13
For the Newcommers they pay you the leas you can get paid in the nation because they have no competition in Rexburg, they were also very rude to me. It is not worth your time to contribute to their establishment. They dont follow their own policies either if it benefits them. eg. \_no walk in_s unless your their friends\_ which made me have to wake up at 6:30 only to find that no spots were open.

Donor: Jennifer
Date: 2009-03-02
This plasma center used to pay $30 per donation and now they pay $20 for your first donation and $30 for your second (per week) Not really fair if you can only go once.

Donor: Jackie
Date: 2008-12-21
Professional staff and clean facility. Usually not overly crowded. Wait time is about 20-30 mins or less. Avoid peak times, late morning, early afternoon when classes for byu-i get out.

Donor: Adam D.
Date: 2008-11-13
I have not been there, but called and found: This PCCI site pays plasma donors $25 and $35 for the first two visits, then $20 for the first and $30 for the second visit of each week. walk-in only, no appointments :-(

Donor: Anonymous Donor
Date: 2008-03-31
The workers there are fabulous and very friendly. The management will help you out in any way possible. It's a fun and easy thing to do to earn money and save lives.

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