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COVID 19 UPDATE: Like the rest of the world, we at Ravenswood Health and Wellness Center are concerned about the health crisis we are all living through and are monitoring the situation closely. During this challenging time we are maintaining two top priorities: the health and safety of our patients, and the ability to continue providing our patients the best care possible. Although cleanliness is always a priority, we have taken many extra steps and will be bringing in outside services to thoroughly clean our facility. Although Ravenswood Health and Wellness Center is concerned for the well-being of our community, we also realize we serve an important role in keeping people well. Please visit our Facebook page to access links, research, and articles about how to boost your immune system, the benefits of Chiropractic care and fighting off viruses, and our latest updates. Thank you.


DO SOMETHING AMAZING - Join our BLOOD DRIVE

Please JOIN US for a great cause! Saturday, July 27 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

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DO SOMETHING AMAZING

Blood donors are amazing! Sign up for our blood drive!

Saturday, June 27, 2020

9:00 AM - 01:00 PM



Sign Up Today!

Click here to schedule your preferred donation time!

Our collection goal is 11.



EXCUSES NEVER SAVE A LIFE. BLOOD DONATION DOES.

So… Save someone’s life.

Blood donation is a lifesaver. Because there is no artificial substitute for human blood, someone needs donated human blood every 2 seconds in the United States, and even one donation can help save the lives of up to three people. Donating blood is a safe process. A sterile needle is used only once for each donor and is then discarded.

Remove excess iron

Iron is essential for a body’s healthy function. Iron transports oxygen throughout our bodies, and is integral to many other cell functions. While excess iron in the blood – also called hemochromatosis – is uncommon, too much iron can harm the body. When excess iron is deposited in the liver, heart, and pancreas, it can complicate cirrhosis, heart disease, and diabetes. Excess iron has also been linked to high blood pressure. Typically, these issues are seen more in men who don’t donate blood, as opposed to women who menstruate, and thus lose blood every month.

AND IF THAT’S NOT ENOUGH…

Give a FREE Gift of Life!

Donating blood costs you nothing, except a little time. But the benefits for your health and your community are priceless.