United Blood Services

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United Blood Services
Industry Hospital & Health Care
Founded 1943 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Founder Opal Davis and Kitty Baldwin
Headquarters Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Area served
Blood Centers of the Pacific, Bonfils Blood Center, Community Blood Services, Inland Northwest Blood Center, LifeShare Community Blood Services, LifeStream and United Blood Services.
Products Blood and blood products
Owner Blood Systems, Inc.
Website United Blood Services

United Blood Services is a non-profit organization that collects blood from volunteer donors and provides blood, blood products and services to nearly 700 hospitals in 22 states across the United States.

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United Blood Services is part of the Blood Centers Division of Blood Systems. It was founded in 1943 as the Salt River Valley Blood Bank in Phoenix, Arizona by Opal Davis and Kitty Baldwin.

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