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Adam Correll didn’t know it, but a ruptured artery was causing a slow blood leak into his stomach.

Adam Correll didn’t know it, but a ruptured artery was causing a slow blood leak into his stomach. The loss of blood caused him to pass out behind the wheel of his car, and would’ve taken his life if not for the co-worker who happened to see it happen.

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Donor Stories

The Community Blood Bank has been collecting testimonials from our donors about why they donate blood.  Many of our donors told us about how they received blood or knew someone received blood and that was what influenced them to start donating.

If you are interested in telling us your story about how blood donation made a life-saving impact on your life please email Deanna Renaud, drenaud@fourhearts.org.

Community Blood Bank’s mission is to assist communities in the region to meet their own needs for a safe, adequate supply of blood and blood products, while meeting or exceeding all safety and compliance requirements, and at the most cost efficient price. 

The Community Blood Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania & Western New York is the only supplier of blood and blood products to all the hospitals in Erie, Elk, McKean, Tioga, Potter, Warren counties and Titusville Area Hospital in Crawford County. 

The Community Blood Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania & Western New York is also the only supplier of all blood and blood products to Allegany, Chautauqua counties.

In order to maintain a safe and adequate blood supply, Community Blood Bank is asking all local donors to make their life-saving donation with Community Blood Bank to help save the lives of local patients. The Community Blood Bank of NWPA only draws from the areas in which it supplies; all blood donations made with The Community Blood Bank of NWPA stay local and will help to save the lives of local patients.

Follow Your Heart

The Community Blood Bank has been interviewing blood donors, recipients, physicians and community members about their experiences with blood donation. As the only supplier of blood to local hospitals, here is what your donation means to those who have needed it.