Oklahoma Blood Institute
Oklahoma Blood Institute is the ninth largest, not-for-profit blood center in America. Established in 1977, Oklahoma Blood Institute also operates Arkansas Blood Institute, serving Central Arkansas and the Fort Smith area; Texas Blood Institute in Wichita Falls; and Coffee Memorial Blood Center in Amarillo.
Oklahoma Blood Institute donors provide every drop of blood patients need in more than 200 medical facilities in Oklahoma, Arkansas, North Central Texas, and the Texas Panhandle. An average of 1,200 donors a day is required to meet the needs of the hospitals and facilities served. Across its system, Oklahoma Blood Institute employs more than 900 people and works with 1,200 volunteers and 2,600 blood drive coordinators.
Oklahoma Blood Institute is a vital link in cell therapy, procuring healthy stem cells for transplants from adult marrow and umbilical cord donations. Oklahoma Blood Institute is poised for enhancing the future of expanded cell therapies and regenerative medicine through new research and treatment partnerships within the health care biosciences industry.
President & CEO: John Armitage, MD
1001 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73131