The 501(c)(3) not-for-profit blood center was established in 1974 and operates as Central Illinois Community Blood Center (Springfield, Illinois) and Community Blood Services of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana, Illinois).
The Blood Center relies on the generosity of volunteer blood donors and groups that host mobile blood drives to provide a critical, lifesaving resource for hospitals throughout its four-state service region. MVRBC is based in Davenport, Iowa, where its component processing laboratory and primary distribution center handles more than 250,000 units of blood components each year.
In addition to its headquarters, the Blood Center has regional distribution hubs in central Illinois (Peoria, Illinois and Springfield, Illinois), eastern Illinois (Urbana, Illinois); southeastern Iowa (Ottumwa, Iowa), the St. Louis region (Earth City, Missouri) and southern Wisconsin (Madison, Wisconsin). MVRBC collects blood at 19 fixed site donor centers and at more than 5,000 mobile blood drives held each year.
Established in 1971 and based in Springfield, Illinois, Central Illinois Community Blood Center (CICBC), a not-for-profit organization, merged with MVRBC in 2010 and continues to serve the central Illinois community.
Established in 1972 and based in Urbana, Illinois, Community Blood Services of Illinois (CBSI), a not-for-profit organization, merged with MVRBC in 2011 and continues to serve the eastern Illinois community.
Provide world-class blood products and services to communities in need.
Be the recognized leader in translating emerging blood-related services to enhance patients’ lives.
- Character demonstrated by high moral and ethical standards
- Competency leading to highly capable teams
- Communication delivered with clarity
- Collaboration through teamwork
- Commitment and accountability