Carter BloodCare leaders share expert insights at ENGAGE 2022 in Dallas
South Central Association of Blood Banks hosts annual meeting and exhibit show May 20-21
ADDISON, Texas – Carter BloodCare will lead several engaging discussions on the blood industry at ENGAGE 2022, the annual meeting and exhibition hosted by the South Central Association of Blood Banks. The event takes place May 20-21 at the Renaissance Hotel in Addison, Texas.
The annual meeting is an opportunity for blood banking and transfusion medicine professionals to network with colleagues and learn from industry experts. Attendees will have direct access to relevant, content-rich education sessions in technical/scientific, donor recruitment and collections, and administrative disciplines.
Also, participants can attend presentations by professional leaders, including Carter BloodCare’s Dr. Laurie Sutor, Vice President of Medical and Technical Services; Clint McCoy, Director of Mobile Recruitment and Regional Operations; Technical Director Lavetta Kennedy; Donor Center Manager Fran Carson; Megan Watkins, Manager of Mobile Recruitment; Reference and Transfusion Manager Pam Boyd; Reference and Transfusion Director Sandy Wortman; and James Giacoletti, Assistant Manager of Donor Notification.
For full details and registration, visit www.scabbregistration.org.
About Carter BloodCare
Carter BloodCare is an independent, community blood center providing transfusion resources to more than 180 medical facilities in 50-plus counties of North, Central and East Texas. The nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization is one of the largest blood programs in Texas, delivering more than 450,000 blood products annually to meet hospitals’ requirements for their patients. Services include collection, processing, specialized laboratory testing, storage and distribution of blood and blood products. Tu centro de sangre comunitario.
About South Central Association of Blood Banks
South Central Association of Blood Banks (SCABB) is a nonprofit organization consisting of 10 states (Texas, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Florida and Mississippi). The individual members of the association are healthcare workers such as medical technologists, nurses, physicians, administrators, donor recruiters, phlebotomists, and industry representatives interested in the field of transfusion medicine. The institutional members are hospitals, blood donor centers and blood testing centers. The corporate members are companies that support CBBS and SCABB and provide products and services for the individual and institutional members of the organization. To learn more, visit www.scabb.org.