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bloodmobile

(blŭd′mə-bēl′)
n.
A motor vehicle equipped for collecting blood from donors.
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The bloodmobile is sometimes booked seven days a week, campaign chairwoman Marie Due said.
VITAL bloodmobiles are set to be axed around the West Midlands to save cash, the Mail can reveal.
1) The first bloodmobile for Childrens Hospital Los Angeles is named the Maxmobile in honor of Max Buelow, an 11-year-old boy from Calabasas, who died of cancer last year.
The incident took place last week when the MDA bloodmobile arrived at an IDF base as part of a blood drive.
Activity between drives stepped up in August 1988, when we began parking a bloodmobile in front of the hospital twice a month.
In addition to free dental care, a Bloodmobile will be at Dr.
and King Hamad University Hospital to manufacture this bloodmobile was to bring awareness of donating blood in the community of Bahrain.
But in an email to one company which regularly held bloodmobile sessions, the NHSBT said: "As of March 2014, NHS Blood and Transplant has decided to cease operating mobile sessions in the Midlands completely.
Dealing with a novel donor population made it hard to calculate in advance how many staff members we would need for the bloodmobile.
The Children's Hospital Colorado Bloodmobile is equipped to conduct a mobile blood drive in most settings.
They were given permission by their bosses at Alstom to walk out after the National Blood Service's special bloodmobile broke down on the M6 on the way to their works.
If you would like to arrange for a bloodmobile to visit your organization, please contact our Donor Resources department at (954) 777-2626 in Broward; (305) 398-0400 in Miami-Dade;(800) 504-5550 in Palm Beach; (888) 677-3988 in the Greater Orlando area; or toll-free at (888) 454-2362 or (800)-879-5020.