The Baylor Scott & White Blood Center is the only local, hospital-based blood center in Central Texas. Your donations stay right here in your community to help your friends and neighbors.
The Blood Center is located at the
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple in Room 115 across the McLane Dining Room.
"The most important [blood] units during a traumatic situation are the ones that were already on our shelves when the event happened."
Walter Linz, MD; Baylor Scott & White Blood Center medical director
Central Texas Hero Spotlight: Jack Clark
Jack Clark has been a blood donor for nearly a decade. As a member of the U.S. Army, Jack has been a transient resident in many communities. He says, "Giving blood locally is a great way to make a lasting impact on a community, even if you’re only a part of it for a short time."
Jack donates dual red cells, meaning that two units of red blood cells are collected during a single donation. Red blood cells are the most commonly used blood component, and a dual red donation allows busy blood donors like Jack to save time by donating once every four months. If you’re interested in donating dual red blood cells, call 254.724.2933.
Interested in nominating a Baylor Scott & White Blood Center donor for the Central Texas Hero Spotlight? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.