Welcome to QuickPass!
We think you will find QuickPass quick, easy, and efficient! When you click the link below you can begin your blood donation process from the comfort of your home or office!
You must complete QuickPass on the day of your donation only. Once you’ve responded to the questions, you will be given the option to print or email your QuickPass barcode. This is a critically important step! The QuickPass barcode is what we will use at the blood drive or donor center to access your responses. We cannot access your QuickPass responses at the donation location without a printed copy or a copy on your mobile device. (If your phone screen is cracked, the barcode may not scan properly. In that instance, please print your QuickPass barcode and bring it with you.)
Three Easy Steps
Your QuickPass process will be completed in three easy steps:
- READ the educational materials
- ANSWER the health history questions
- PRINT or EMAIL your QuickPass barcode (If your phone screen is cracked, the barcode may not scan correctly, so please print your QuickPass barcode and bring it in with you.)
Some Things to Keep in Mind
- You must complete the QuickPass process on the day of your donation.
- You must answer the questions honestly and confidentially.
- QuickPass does not determine your eligibility to donate; that will be done at the time of your donation.
- You must complete the questions in a single session. If the system times out, you will have to start over from the beginning.
- If there are questions you don’t understand or don’t know the answers to, please skip those and go on to the next question.
- You will need access to a printer or a mobile device to email the results to yourself.
- If you are unable to access or complete your QuickPass, please complete the questionnaire in person at your blood donation location.
- Visit our Donor QuickPass FAQ for answers to questions you may have about the process.
- You may also want to review Donation Tips and Consent to Donate prior to your donation.
- Please note: QuickPass is not the same as an appointment to donate.