Does it matter to you if your blood is shipped to certain hospital? Does it matter who receives your blood? Some people may care, but it is safe to say most donors just care that their blood is used by someone in need, regardless of where that patient may be.
“What we like the public to understand is that of the blood that is collected by us in these three counties, probably 93 percent stays in these counties to save lives here because we are the primary supplier.”
Where to give blood is not a determining factor for most donors.
Indiana Blood Center‘s own, Wendy Mehringer said, “Donors are just doing the right thing. The act of donating blood is about making blood available … not making a purchasing decision.”