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Donate Blood - Save Lives

Blood transfusions save lives. Unfortunately, many patients who need a blood transfusion do not have access to safe blood. The need for a blood transfusion can happen at any time, so blood banks need to keep an adequate supply of blood on hand.

A sufficient and reliable supply of safe blood depends on a regular supply of blood donors. When you donate one unit of blood, you help several patients because the blood is separated into platelets, plasma and packed red blood cells or divided into small volumes that allow for a single unit of blood to benefit multiple patients, including babies.

A little of your time and a simple needle prick can transform you into a superhero, helping medical staff save lives.
Remember, there is no substitute for human blood. Donate today.

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Be a Blood Doner

To be a Donor

Blood Donation is open to all who are interested in donating blood as long as they have a valid ID (Aramco ID, Saudi National ID, Iqama or Passport). Blood donors must be healthy, at least 17 years old - there is no upper age limit, weigh at least 110 pounds (50 kg) and not have donated blood in the last 8 weeks. Here are some blood donation tips.

JHAH Mobile Blood Donation Unit

JHAH Mobile Blood Donation Center

Donating blood truly does save lives. To make donating blood easier, the new JHAH Mobile Blood Donation Center is moving around looking for donors. See when the Mobile Blood Donation comes to an area near you. Tell your family, friends and colleagues to do their part. You never know, one day you may need blood and someone’s donation may save your life.

Medication Refill

Request a refill for your medication prescription through:

  • The Centralized Contact Center (CCC)
  • Medication Management Clinic
  • HR Online Prescription Refill

Medication Management Clinic (MMC)

The Medication Management Clinic (MMC) is operational from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. and can process:

  • Medication order extensions for a maximum of 30 days
  • Telephone requests for medication renewal

Patient Refferal to MMC

Patients will be referred to the MMC as follows:

  • Patients who visit the Primary Care Clinic for the purpose of medication/prescription renewal
  • Patients who visit the pharmacy for medication refills, however his/her prescription is expired or has no more refills and requires renewal
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Dhahran Blood Bank

Opening Hours

Sun - Thu: 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

013-877-6770, 013-877-6638


Mobile Blood Donation Center

Location and Time Schedule 2017
December Schedule

Al-Hasa Health Center

Urgent Care Unit (next to Emergency Room)

Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Check Eligibility

Central and Western Regions Blood Banks

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