United Blood Services gives back to community

From staff and press reports

United Blood Services showed their support for Winston County by presenting 2 checks to Winston Medical Center on

August 8.
United Blood Services presented a $3000 donation to Winston Medical Center for the Winston Medical Center Disaster Relief Fund. The hospital management hopes to begin dispersing this money soon to employees of Winston Medical Center.
“On behalf of all the Winston Medical Center Employees, we thank you,” said WMC interim CEO Paul Black.
United Blood Services also presented a check to Winston Strong. The group donated $10 for every person who donated blood at the last local blood drive.
Rhonda Weaver of United Blood Services donor recruitment supervisor noted that they hope to do a similar event in the future.
“We want to be partners with Winston Medical Center in caring for the community. We really want a partnership feeling and we are here to help,” said United Blood Services’ center director Lee Hartmann.
United Blood Services is a nonprofit community blood center, providing blood and blood products for local area hospitals throughout the United States. They exist to make a difference in people’s lives by bringing together the best people, inspiring individuals to donate blood, producing a safe and ample blood supply, advancing cutting-edge research and embracing continuous quality improvement.
For more information about United Blood Services visit their website at unitedbloodservices.org.

United Blood Service representatives with Winston Medical Center employees and Winston Strong volunteers after the donations.

United Blood Service representatives with Winston Medical Center employees and Winston Strong volunteers after the donations.