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  • Blood Centers of the Pacific
  • Industry: Non-Profit
  • City: San Francisco, CA
  • Blood Centers of the Pacific is a nonprofit, community-based organization that provides blood and blood components to hospitals, physicians and patients throughout Northern California and conducts medical research to improve blood safety and patient care. Blood Centers of the Pacific helps 50,000 patients every year with blood donated by community volunteers.A subsidiary of Blood Systems, the second largest blood collection organization in the U.S., BCP is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors. BCP's board represents community leaders in the fields of medicine, business and civic service and is licensed by the Food and Drug Administration.