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About Us

Stanford Blood Center - Menlo Park

Stanford Blood Center was created within the Department of Pathology at Stanford School of Medicine in 1978. The Blood Center was created to meet the increasingly large and complex transfusion needs of Stanford Health Care and Lucile Salter Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, and to perform research and teaching. The Blood Center has developed a large automated blood collection program, including double red blood cell collection and multiple plasma product collection, in response to the growing needs of hospital programs targeting oncology, bone marrow and solid organ transplant. We serve the second largest transfusion facility in the United States, with a wide array of specialized products and services.

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Getting Here

General Directions

From Highway 101 South
Take the Willow Rd. W exit. Merge onto Willow Rd. Turn right onto Laurel St. Turn left onto Burgess Dr. 445 Burgess Drive will be on your left.

Highway 101 North
Take the Willow Rd. W exit. Merge onto CA-114 S/Willow Rd. and continue to follow Willow Rd. Turn right onto Laurel St. Turn left onto Burgess Dr. 445 Burgess Drive will be on your left.

From Highway 280 South
Take the Sand Hill Rd. exit toward Menlo Park. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Sand Hill Road E. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Sand Hill Rd. and merge onto Sand Hill Rd. Turn left onto El Camino Real. Turn right onto Ravenswood Ave. Take the first right onto Alma St. Turn left onto Burgess Dr. 445 Burgess Drive will be on your right.

From Highway 280 North
Take the Alpine Rd. exit toward Portola Valley. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Menlo Park/Atherton and merge onto Alpine Rd. Alpine Rd. turns slightly left and becomes Santa Cruz Ave. Turn right onto Sand Hill Rd. Turn left onto El Camino Real. Turn right onto Ravenswood Ave. Take the first right onto Alma St. Turn left onto Burgess Dr. 445 Burgess Drive will be on your right.

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