LifeServe Blood Center

Our Impact

157 – LifeServe Blood Center provides blood products to 157 hospitals primariily in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.
161,588 lives impacted. Our community hospitals are our number one priority followed by partner blood centers nationwide.
2 – Someone requires a blood donation every 2 seconds.


We save lives in partnership with the communities we serve.

Key Services Provided

LifeServe Blood Center is your non-profit community based blood center. LifeServe provides blood products to 157 hospitals primarily in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Your blood goes to your hospital to help your neighbors.

Key Audiences Served

Your Blood. Your Hospital. Your Neighbors. Your blood donation with LifeServe goes to your hospital to help save your neighbors. When donors donate with another blood collection organization within our community, their local donation does not support their local hospital. Only blood collected by LifeServe Blood Center is provided to our local hospitals to help save their patients.

Ways to Give

Board of Directors

Chairman, Mark Johnson – UnityPoint Health
Vice Chairman, Jeff Fisher – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Treasurer, Joshua Strief – Elverson Vasey
Dick Clinard – Retired
Dr. Renae Chesnut – Drake University
Tami Burnham – Wells Fargo
Dr. Nicole Gilg – Baycare Medical Group
Dr. Sara Upmeyer – Medical Center Anesthesiologists P.C.
Megan Reuther – WHO 13/Hello Iowa
Matt Robins – Siouxland Community Health
Barbara Sloniker – Siouxland Chamber of Commerce and The Siouxland Initiative (TSI)
Mack Rankin – Mighty Maddy Foundation & FCT

431 E Locust St | Des Moines, IA 50309 | (800) 287-4903 |

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