How to Donate Plasma for Money in New York City

by Edmund Lukavics

Blood plasma makes up half of what constitutes human blood. It is a yellow liquid mainly composed of water that also contains a small amount of minerals, proteins, waste products, hormones and immugloben. Blood cells are suspended in plasma, using it as a lubricant to move about the human body, delivering vital nutrients and oxygen. Plasma is a highly sought bio-medical product as it has help greatly in the treatment of many rare disorders and diseases. There are several donations center located in New York, NY that will pay cash as compensation for any plasma donations given.

Locate a blood donation center near you. See Resources for local New York City donation centers.

Travel to the donation center and inform the receptionist that you would like to be a plasma donor.

Fill out all necessary paperwork and provide all required identification. You will go through a brief physical examination and asked about your medical background and any risk factors. Once the application process is completed you will be eligible to donate plasma for money in New York City.

Items you will need

  • Government issued identification
  • Social Security card

Tip

  • The amount paid is not the same at all donation centers. Call and find a location that has a compensation plan that works for you.

About the Author

Edmund Lukavics has been writing professionally since 2009. He has served as the copy editor for the blog Hello Moon and has experience in the hotel and travel agency industries. Lukavics is pursuing an associate degree in information technology and website design from the University of Phoenix.

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