Promotions & Events
July 4 "Holiday Sparkler"
Register to donate from June 15-July 15, and you can enter for the chance to win a $500 VISA gift card! Click here for more information.
Summer Promotions 2013
Summers are traditionally a difficult time to recruit enough blood donors to meet the transfusion needs of our community hospitals. Schedule your appointment to donate this summer, and you can enter for the opportunity to win some wonderful raffle prizes. Click here for more information!
Register to donate at any MKBC donor center or community blood drive this summer, and enter for your chance to win an iPad! Click here for more information!
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Tips to Stay Healthy During Flu Season
If you are experiencing flu like symptoms, or have been exposed to anyone with the same symptoms, please consult your doctor before donating blood.
MKBC: Latest News
MKBC Named Blood Provider to Schuylkill Health System
Effective July 1, 2013, Miller-Keystone has been named blood provider to the Schuylkill Health System (Pottsville, PA). In this capacity, Miller-Keystone will serve as the sole provider of blood products and patient transfusion services to the Health System and residents of Pottsville and the surrounding communities. For full story, click here.
A Bloody Good Tale To Tell.
Pottstown High School students and staff give a little extra to help others. Click here to read full blog.
Give Blood, Get Cookies .
Today, after getting that darn baby ready for school, getting myself ready for work, having a parent teacher conference, grabbing some breakfast and driving my morning commute, I also managed to save three lives. Click here to read full blog.
Click here to read our latest Community Connection newsletter (Summer 2013).
Changes to the Donation Experience
Over the next few months, donors will begin to notice a few changes in the Donor Collections area and our Canteen. These changes are being implemented as additional measures to help ensure the safety of our donors, and decrease the possibility of donor reactions.
Click Here for more information on these changes.