Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center

Marianna Bacallao, WVIK News

The Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center is changing its name to ImpactLife to unify its locations in Springfield, Davenport, and Urbana. The change comes as blood donations across the four-state region have dropped to all-time lows. 

Marianna Bacallao, WVIK News

Sen. Chuck Grassley visited the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center in Davenport yesterday. The center lost donations to last week's storm, at a time when people who need blood out number people who donate.  

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Due to changes in federal rules, more people are eligible to give blood.

Michelle O'Neill reports the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center is urging more people to donate because hundreds of blood drives have been cancelled because of the pandemic.


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As summer begins and the pandemic continues, the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center is asking more people to donate blood. 

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Now that hospitals and clinics have resumed elective surgeries, the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center is asking for donations again. Herb Trix reports. 


Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center

A Quad Cities woman who's recovered from COVID-19 has now started donating her blood to help others recover.

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Many community blood drives have been cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center is asking people for help. 

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The Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center wants to reduce waiting times for donors. The agency now offers its medical history questionnaire online. 

Blood Center Needs Donors

May 28, 2019
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As summer begins, the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center has issued its annual plea for donations.

United Way

Leaders have been chosen for this year's campaign for the United Way of the Quad Cities. The co-chairs will be Mike Parejko, ceo of the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, and Bryan Dixon, ceo of R-K Dixon.

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