BPL Plasma Opens In El Paso, TX

October 11, 2018

BPL Plasma is very pleased to announce the opening of our El Paso center located at 313 South Stanton Street on October 8th. BPL Plasma El Paso Stanton located on the northwest corner of South Stanton Street and CanAm Hwy-62 will provide the highest quality donation experience to plasma donors in the nearby neighborhoods of Chihuahuita, Segundo Barrio, Union Plaza, and Magoffin and beyond.

This is the company’s 48th location nationwide and the 17th Texas location with additional centers in Austin, Lubbock, Houston, College Station, and Wichita Falls areas just to name a few. This 69-bed center accepts donations Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm, including most holidays.

Plasma is processed into a wide variety of lifesaving therapies that benefit thousands of people every day. Plasma-based therapeutics are used in the treatment of serious disorders such as hemophilia and immune system deficiencies, as well as for victims of shock and burns.

Donors can enjoy free WiFi while donating during their visit and are encouraged to bring their laptops, phones, and tablets. Our friendly staff is ready to make your donation experience as quick and stress-free as possible.

The BPL Plasma looks forward to serving our El Paso donor community.

The new El Paso Stanton staff is ready to provide outstanding service to their donors.

About BPL Plasma: Part of UK-based Bio Products Laboratory, BPL Plasma has been a global leader in the plasma collection industry for more than 25 years. We’re proud to support the creation and manufacturing of lifesaving drug therapies by supplying high-quality plasma to people in need.

At BPL Plasma, the people who walk into our centers are much more than donors — they are lifelines. Their donation, quite literally, transforms the lives of patients around the planet.

Donating plasma makes it possible for:

– An expectant mother to carry her child safely to term.
– A little boy with hemophilia to experience a healthy, happy childhood.
– A wounded warrior or burn victim to begin the healing process.

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