• Get Blood

  • You must have doctor’s prescription
  • properly labeled blood sample in plain tube & EDTA tube.

Cross Match

Depending upon blood component it may take 45 minutes. You have to pay service charge as per the Govt rate list. Rates may change without any updating on website. Blood can be sometimes in short supply and it is better to check with cross match lab before you visit with blood sample.

In a country where blood is very scarce resource and there are not enough voluntary blood donors, IVBB made it very simple to get blood. This is no wonder when you believe in voluntary non-remunerated blood donations. When you need blood, you call IVBB and book the needed component. If it is available it is given to you without asking for replacement at predefined testing charges. If you are a blood donor of IVBB or Drive Organiser, you can mention that while placing request. You should however send the person with Doctor’s prescription for specific component and blood sample of patient for cross match. Thus, blood banking simplified.


IVBB offers the facility of sample pick up and delivery of components from distant hospitals. The patient need not come all the way to blood centre. A nominal charge is levied towards this service to accommodate the cost. With this the patient could get needed blood component without any hassle.


IVBB administers only approved testing charges uniformly from all the patients/ hospitals in the city. The blood testing charges are controlled by government norms in India and no blood centre could charge beyond the approved cost norms. It could only recover the costs that it incurred during the blood banking process within these limits. IVBB follows international quality standards in blood collection, processing and distribution. These activities involve high costs as most of the equipments, materials are imported for this purpose. It provides international quality blood products at 1/10 of international cost.. Within this cost IVBB manages to provide possible subsidies & benefits to poor and needy patients.

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