Cook County Hospital in Chicago IL organized the first blood bank in 1936. 1941 saw the first community-based blood center, which was set up in San Francisco, 1941. Blood banking continued to grow over the next decade, and in 1947, the American association of Blood Banks was founded.
Dr. Bernard Fantus established the world’s first blood bank on March 15, 1937 at Chicago’s Cook County Hospital in a blood bank preservation laboratory. The concept was replicated elsewhere, and the significance of his invention became especially apparent when World War II occurred and blood banks became vital tools in the care of wounded soldiers and civilians.
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