In typical Statesboro fashion, one good thing is never enough. Construction is underway for two different plasma collection centers in Statesboro. One will be located in the former Rite Aid building at 556 Northside Drive East and the second will be located at 520 Fair Road, Suite 320 College Plaza, beside 180 Fitness.
According to the GrifoldsPlasma website, Plasma is a vital source material for a number of plasma-derived medications that treat and prevent life-threatening diseases, illnesses and conditions. Plasma can’t be created in a laboratory or synthetically produced. Compassionate donors donating their plasma make these medications possible.
Patients around the world need and value donors. Through plasma donations others have a chance for a more productive and healthier lives.
Rates may vary, but on average you can earn up to $400* a month providing the plasma used to help make life-saving medicines.
On December 28th the former Rite Aid Building, located at 556 Northside Drive East was purchased by 556 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, LLC out of Duluth Georgia for $1,725,000.
March 25, 2021 the City of Statesboro issued a construction permit to Magellan Construction for $1.9 million in renovations to the 54,000 square foot building.
The building has been leased to Immunotek Bio Centers. According to their website they are currently operation 21 plasma donation centers and have 30 more under construction, including the Statesboro location.
On March 19, 2021 the City of Statesboro issued a construction permit to E.V. Construction for $928,350 in renovations to the building.
The two companies are not connected and there is no projected time for completion of construction.