Time: Dec 28, 2020 12:00 PM
- 05:30 PM
Lakeland Hospital Watervliet
400 Medical Park Drive
Contact Phone: 1-866-MIBLOOD
Patients at all hospitals of Spectrum Health Lakeland benefit from community blood drives, including those receiving treatment for trauma, surgery, those with bleeding disorders, as well as those undergoing treatment for cancer. Make a lifesaving difference and donate blood at one of these drives.
Monday, December 28
Noon to 5:30 p.m.
Lakeland Hospital Watervliet
To ensure a shorter wait time, register ahead by calling 1-866-MIBLOOD or online at www.miblood.org
Michigan Blood is the sole source of blood products for Lakeland Health
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