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The Blood Alliance has merged with OneBlood

The Blood Alliance (TBA) has merged with OneBlood. Financial details have not been disclosed.

The Blood Alliance is a non-profit community bloodcenter that provides blood to more than 30 hospitals and medical facilities in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. It provides a safe and adequate blood supply to the regions it serves and is a member of America’s Blood Centers – a national network of independent community blood centers responsible for nearly half of the nation’s blood supply. TBA has been enriching lives since 1942 and is licensed by the FDA and accredited by the AABB.

Based in Orlando, Florida, OneBlood, which was formed as the result of a merger of three blood banks in 2012, is a community blood bank serving the Tampa Bay area, south and southeast Florida, the Orlando metropolitan area and surrounding central Florida counties, parts of southwest Florida, Pensacola and Tallahassee and some parts of southern Georgia and Alabama.

Oaklins' team in Jacksonville acted as intermediary and financial advisor to The Blood Alliance in this transaction.

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