Billie Blood Drop is coming to Westmead

Billie Blood Drop
Billie Blood Drop will be dropping into Westmead Hospital this week.

Did you know that every blood donation can save up to three lives? That’s a pretty productive hour!

If you’re a Western Sydney Local Health  District staff member, you’re probably already contributing to saving lives in your job, but now’s your chance to save even more.

This week, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service will be at Westmead Hospital to provide information on blood donation for staff and visitors.

The information pop up will be set up at the Westmead Hospital main foyer.

Look out for Billie Blood Drop, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service’s mascot. Take a selfie and tag us on Twitter (@WestSydHealth) or Instagram (@humansofthehospital).

Event details:

Where: Westmead Hospital main foyer

When: Tuesday 13 February 2018 from 9am – 12 noon

Who: Ronny Maroun from the Red Cross Blood Service and Sherrie Patterson, registered nurse from Westmead Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit

To find out more on how blood donation works and who it helps by visiting the Australian Red Cross Blood Service here.