Health Services Blood Drive
Find out how teams across the health sector gave blood for the Health Services Blood Drive: 1 April - 30 June.
We did it, Teams! Much like last year, 2021 saw Lifeblood Teams join forces in the Health Services Blood Drive. Instead of competing against each other, Teams across the country united to give blood, plasma, and platelets — together.
Thank you to everyone who donated. You played no small part in what became a massive team effort.
This year, Health Services teams made 9,531 life-giving donations, with more donors than ever working together to help Aussie patients.
How did my team do?
While it wasn’t technically a competition, we know you love to see how your team stacks up. We’ve put all the results up here so you can see how your team played a part in this year’s totals.
We’re recognising the contributions of a few top Teams:
|Haemochromatosis Australia||517 donations|
Most new donors
Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service
41 new donors
Most plasma donations
Department of Health, TAS
188 plasma donations
The need for blood never stops
It feels good to give, and your donation is worth celebrating. It’s also worth repeating.
This year’s blood drive may be over, but the need for blood never stops. Keep up the great work by booking in your next donation. You can even encourage your teammates to do the same — consider it practice for next year!
How to get involved
Want to take part in our next blood challenge? Check out our Lifeblood Teams page.