QuickPass Just Around the Corner!

There are some great changes in store for your blood donation experience.

LifeServe Quickpass: You asked for it and it’s finally here! QuickPass, along with a brand new computer system, is launching on February 11! 

QuickPass can save you valuable time before your donation! Beginning February 11, you’ll be able to fill out your health history questionnaire on the day of your donation from home, work, or wherever you are! There will be a link available on our website that leads you to the familiar questions we always ask before your donation. Once you’ve filled out the questions, a unique barcode will pop up. Select the option to either email or print the barcode, present it at the blood drive or donor center, and we’ll get you straight to the mini physical!

Those not interested in the QuickPass option can still register as usual and fill out their questions at their donation.

Donor Photo: We may ask for a photo of you at registration to update your donor profile. These photos won’t be published anywhere. This will make future registrations easier.

Donor ID Card: With our new computer system, we’ll be assigning new Donor ID’s. This means new Donor ID cards! Keep an eye on the mail; we’ll start printing and sending these out in February. In the meantime, you can still bring in your current Donor ID or a pre-printed photo ID with your legal name on it to your donation appointment. A driver’s license or student ID will work.

Downtime: We’ll be closed for a few days as we prepare to turn on our new system.  In order to make sure we’ve got a steady blood supply to sustain us as we switch over, we’re asking for donors to roll up a sleeve this week. Click here to make an appointment at your local donor center or a nearby mobile blood drives.

The Des Moines, Ames, Sioux City and Urbandale Donor Centers will be closed from February 8 – February 10. We’ll reopen on Monday, February 11.

The Fort Dodge and Marshalltown Donor Center will be closed from February 8 – February 12. We’ll reopen with the new system on Wednesday, February 13.

The Mason City Donor Center will be closed from February 8 – February 13. We’ll reopen with the new system on Thursday, February 14.