800 blood donors are needed every working day in Finland to treat seriously ill patients. New donors are needed all the time.
In the FRCBS Annual Report for 2018 you will find all our key figures and statistics and an overview of the most important changes and events that took place last year.
Anyone can establish a group of people that donates blood, at his or her place of work, in connection with an association or a hobby, or together with friends. Both the help given and the good spirit multiplies!
Blood Service experts take part in the development of blood services in Nepal in a three-year project (2018-2020). In 2015, earthquakes hammered the country causing major damage to the country’s blood banks.
The Finnish Red Cross Blood Service measures customer experience through a recommendation index, the NPS (Net Promoter Score) indicator. The NPS indicator shows how large a proportion of blood donors would recommend the Blood Service to their loved ones and acquaintances. The NPS score can be anything between -100 and 100. The higher the score, the more donors say that they would recommend the Blood Service. An NPS score of over 50 can be considered a very good result. The NPS score always indicates the results from the previous week across the country.