Plasma Drive

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There will be a plasma drive with the Southfield Fire Department Sunday, May 31st From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m at the southfield Pavilion

Michigan Hatzalah and Southfield Fire Department are partnering with the Mayo Clinic, NIH, and LRBCOL to offer COVID-19 IGG antibody testing. This test identifies candidates eligible to donate plasma and assists in vaccine development. It also enables the study of COVID-19 in our community.

Eligible candidates for testing:

Anyone over 18 whether or not you have had symptoms or have been exposed to someone with symptoms.

  • Those who have tested positive for COVID-19
  • Those who have had Covid-19 symptoms, even without a positive test
  • Doctors, Nurses, First Responders, Law Enforcement Agents, and EMS or Medical Professionals
  • All donors must have been symptom free for at least 14 days

PLEASE NOTE:

If you are eligible for donating plasma, you will be contacted, and guided to a nearby lab for your plasma donation.

The purpose of the Hatzalah / Southfield Fire convalescent plasma drive is to determine eligibility for plasma donations as well as utilize blood drawn for the creation and study of COVID-19 vaccines. It will also enable further research and a greater understanding of this novel coronavirus allowing more effective treatment of COVID-19.