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Glasgow Blood Donor Centre

Address

8 Nelson Mandela Place,
Glasgow ,
G2 1BT
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Opening times

Monday
9am-12pm and 12.30pm-3:30pm
Tuesday
11.30am-2:30pm and 3pm-6pm
Wednesday
11:30am-2:30pm and 3pm-6pm
Thursday
11:30am-2:30pm and 3pm-6pm
Friday
9am-12pm and 12:30pm-3:30pm
Saturday
9am-12pm and 12:30pm-3:30pm
Sunday
Closed (except 20th Sept, 4th & 25th Oct: 10am - 3pm)
  • Glasgow Blood Donor Centre - Special Sunday Sessions at Glasgow Blood Donor Centre: Make an appointment to give blood.

    **Glasgow Donor Centre will be open on the following Sundays: 20th September, 4th and 25th October: 10am - 3pm** To give blood at Glasgow Donor Centre, you must make an appointment. You can make, view and cancel blood donation appointments at Glasgow Blood Donor Centre using your online donor account.

Session dates and times

Book an appointment to give blood

Giving blood by appointment helps us help patients better. When you book an appointment we know we can rely on your blood type on that date, making it easier for us to regulate blood stocks. That way, we know there will always be enough for patients needs.

There are a number of ways you can make an appointment to give blood.

  • You can call us on 0345 90 90 999, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.
  • You can book online, using the online donor account.
  • You can email us at nss.snbtsenquiry@nhs.scot, quoting Glasgow Blood Donor Centre and your preferred time.

Appointments are available up to four weeks in advance of the session.

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Current blood stock levels across Scotland Friday 18 September

We aim to retain 6 days of stocks at any time in order to meet the requirements of patients in Scotland.

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