ZLB Plasma Services

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ZLB Plasma Services operates 44 blood plasma centers in the US.

ZLB recently merged or bought out Avent-bioservices in the US. However, the current bio-services locations in the US will continue to operate under the Bio-services name.

According to this large conglomerate, Aventis Bio-Services and ZLB Plasma Services’ merging will allow ZLB to better serve the donors and the patients who depend on plasma therapies

They have three locations in Colorado operating under the ZLB name:

ZLB Aurora
12200 E. Colfax St.
Aurora, Co

Greeley BioMedical Center
3505 11th Ave.
Evans, CO 80620

Ft. Collins BioMedical Center
1228 W. Elizabeth
Ft. Collins, CO 80521

What is donated: Plasma

Hours open: The operating hours of the Aurora location are:
Monday – Friday 8-6
Saturday 8-2

Pay per donation: Payment depends on weight. The first time is between $15 and $20, and then subsequent donation could be as much as $35.

Frequency of donation: You can donate up to twice in one week.

Test prior to donating: You must have a driver’s license, a social security card and proof of residency. The center takes vitals- temperature, blood pressure and pulse, and a brief medical history and physical.

Length of time for donation: The first time takes 3-5 hours, then after that it depends on how crowded they are.

Upfront cost for donor: none

History of center: They have been open for 20 years

Advantages: The center is on two major bus lines.

Uniqueness: first donation depends on weight.

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20 thoughts on “ZLB Plasma Services

  1. I would like to know WHY I am not allowed to donate! Not only have I donated for years in the past, I actually worked at a ZLB plasma center. But for no damn good apparent reason, I have been defered. And of corse the manager is NEVER available to help with any issues. He is always in a ‘MEETING’ or whatever excuse sounds good at the moment! Sure would be nice to have some direct answers. Especially when I’m willing to let you put a big ass hole in my arm so that you can profit off of it! Way to go ZLB!

    • I am a bit surprised that you do not know, since you say you worked for them. Certainly, there could be a persisten problem with blood chemistry levels; if this was the case, they should tell you for your own health. If there is (as you appear to imply) some personal and unprofessional reason for this treatment, I must ask: do you really want such people handling your personal information and coming at you with sharp pieces of steel?

      There is, of course, this possibility: that in the time between your leaving their employ and your interest in donating, donor qualification protocols changed sufficiently to disqualify you; this has happened a few times in my experience, with both malaria and cancer.

      Whatever the reason, try to not take it personally; either way, you come out ahead (either in cash, or in safety).

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    • @BettyJane I suggest you to talk with the help desk. He or she can provide you the information you want to know.

  3. i am new in colorado and i need money but back home i used to donate plasma where i used to live even thought i dont have a colorado state id or drivers license but i do have proof of my residency and my social security card can i still donate?

    • Hi Jean, what state are you from? An acceptable donor must be between the ages of 18 and 65, although the maximum age may vary depending on location. The age requirement may differ in some U.S. states, so I suggest that you check your state eligibility requirements for plasma donation. We appreciate your desire to donate, though. Hope this helps. 🙂

  4. i was informed that I was put on the nddr and that I was hiv positive.Ive been tested and I an negative.i went through the proper channels to find out how I got on the nddr.i was placed on the nddr by zlb april 18 1995 how do I go about getting a copy of those positive results for my files since their no longer there (closed)

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