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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
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Akeroyd Blood Donor Center
O-negative blood donors needed urgently
December 22, 2022
— The Akeroyd Blood Donor Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston has an urgent need for O-negative blood donors...
Akeroyd Blood Donor Center in urgent need of blood donors
June 23, 2022
— There is a critical shortage of blood products right now and the Akeroyd Blood Donor Center needs donors immediately...
Former BAMC COVID-19 patient returns as convalescent plasma donor
September 11, 2020
— Thefety Tibbs, who was among the first COVID-19 patients treated at Brooke Army Medical Center, is now among the first of BAMC's former patients to donate convalescent plasma, which is currently being explored as a potential treatment for COVID-19...
JBSA facilities among those collecting 8,000 units of COVID-19 convalescent plasma
May 31, 2020
— Two Joint Base San Antonio locations are among 15 Armed Services Blood Program centers looking to collect convalescent plasma from patients who have recovered from COVID-19 and may hold the treatment in their veins that could help others who are critically ill with the respiratory infection. ...
JBSA blood centers in need of donors
May 20, 2020
— The Armed Services Blood Centers at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston and JBSA-Lackland are requesting donors to make up for a local blood shortage, but the request is a recurring one – the need for blood always exists for cancer patients, trauma victims and warfighters...
Local teen requests blood drive for her 16th birthday
May 8, 2020
— Most kids dream about getting a car or having an elaborate party when they turn 16, but one local teen has a less traditional birthday wish. Amber Miller asked her parents if she could have a blood drive for her “Sweet 16.” The sophomore at Health Careers High School has wanted to be a doctor since she was nine. ...
AB-positive, AB-negative blood donors needed urgently
January 29, 2019
— The Akeroyd Blood Donor Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston has an urgent need for AB-positive or AB-negative plasma donors...
Combat medics learn to save lives at Forward Operating Base Courage
April 6, 2018
— You may have never heard of Forward Operating Base Courage, but tucked into a corner of Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis is a unique military training area – the Soldier Medic Training Site...
The need for blood doesn’t take a holiday
December 4, 2017
— Blood donations often decline during the holidays when busy schedules, holiday travel and seasonal illnesses can make it more difficult for donors to make and keep blood donation appointment. But the need for blood doesn't get a break for the holiday season...
Akeroyd Donor Center takes ownership of new blood mobile
October 19, 2016
— In order to improve the blood supply for patients at the San Antonio Military Medical Center and to meet the requirements of the Army Blood Program, the Akeroyd Blood Donor Center at the Brooke Army Medical Center, or BAMC, began working with staff at the Southern Regional Medical Command (now called the Regional Heath Command-Central) transportation section in March 2015 to obtain a new mobile blood unit. ...