Yes you are right they never change their gloves they only protect themselves. Their suppose to oto protect the giver and themselves. I stand their and prey I'll get someone trained so the ones who are not trained they will blow and bruise the vain and I'll have to wait until lit heals before I can go back.When the boss isn't there .Then you gotta listion to some employees start complaining you all know we close at 7:00pm and it's 630 or something till 7 and yall start poreing in here! Ya koowbetter than !that ! We will never get out of here ! All also when the boss isn't there they will not open the 3rd bay ! We have to stand there for over an hour waiting for a bed . We are the ones that pay their pay checks with our blood looks like we would be treated a lot better!
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They do not change their gloves/use hand gel with every person they see. (This also includes the people who do finger sticks as well) They go from one person to the next with the same gloves and this is scary since they are dealing with blood/bodily fluids. The only people they are protecting are themselves-not us the donors. They also don't clean the tables that u lie on where u donate. I've had to ask them on two occasions to clean them because of oils and dirt from someone else's body. One employee clearly was not happy when I asked her.
First time took a long time, but the manager there worked hard to get me done. Staff that meet you first are super friendly and the place is REALLY nice. Went back yesterday and it only took about an hour or so. Way better than the place on Stone ave.