Owensboro Health Helps Secure Second Bloodmobile
Owensboro Health donated $100,000 to the Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center that will be used for the purchase of a new bloodmobile. The second bloodmobile is designed to accommodate more blood drives with additional donors each year.
I had a first on Wednesday. I donated blood to the Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center via their Bloodmobile. I've only had blood work done once, and it was about a month ago. Yes, I'm a newbie at having needles stuck in my arm, well, I'm saying new since I haven't had a flu s…
Sorgho Fire Dept. Blood Drive
As we all know, summertime proves to turn into a huge demand for blood. How long has it been since you've last donated? If you can't remember, it's been too long! Well, here's your chance to give back!
The Airport Sorgho Fire Department, alongside of the Western Kentucky Regional …
"Pump Up The Volume"
The Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center invites you to "Pump Up The Volume"!
The summer time always proves to be a big need in blood supply. Kids are out of school, families are traveling more and we're all outside more than normal which leads to a greater need for blood.
Relay for life blood drive
The Daviess County Relay For Life is Friday, May 17th at Diamond Lake Resort. The Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center will be on site holding a blood drive from 4:00pm - 8:00pm.
WKRBC Needs Type O Neg Blood
The Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center is in URGENT need for Type O Negative blood. The WKRBC is the sole supplier to several area hospitals and serves six Kentucky counties.
The entire process to donate takes only 30-45 minutes. The center is located at 3015 Old Hartford Road in Owensb…
This Week On The Midday Show
Once again, Monday is already here! Oh well, that's ok... it's going to be a great week!
I have $10 Dairy Queen gift cards to give away, that is if I don't keep them for myself! ;)
On Tuesday, Chad, Dave Spencer and myself are heading to Nashville with a whole bunch of interns to bring …
Local Blood Drives This Week
With the holidays here, the Western Kentucky Blood Center needs your help. They are in need for all blood types, but specifically O- and O+. There are several blood drives this week around the Owensboro area.

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