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Héma-Québec logo.svg
Motto Give blood. Give life.
Formation 1998; 19 years ago (1998)
Type Non-profit
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Region served
Official language
French and English
Key people
Serge Maltais, President and CEO
Parent organization
Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services
CA$156 million [1]
1300 [2]
16000 [2]
Mission Efficiently meet the needs of the Québec population for safe, optimal-quality blood and blood products, human tissues, cord blood, mother’s milk and cellular products; to develop and provide expertise and specialized, innovative services in the field of human biological products.
Website Official site

Héma-Québec is a non-profit organization that manages the blood supply for the Canadian province of Quebec. It was created on March 26, 1998 as a successor to the Canadian Red Cross Blood Program and the Canadian Blood Agency on recommendation of the Krever Commission.

A separate organization operates elsewhere in Canada: Canadian Blood Services.

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  1. ^ "Message" (PDF). The Createch Group. Retrieved 2016-03-11. 
  2. ^ a b "Héma-Québec". Hema-quebec.qc.ca. Retrieved 2016-03-11. 

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