ADMA BioCenters opens expanded donor center and adds 20 new positions
(GWINNETT- METRO ATLANTA) September 4, 2014- Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development celebrates with ADMA BioCenters (OTCQB: “ADMA”) on the re-opening of its $1.5 million addition to its FDA approved donor collection center to house its expanded donor collection services and add to its administrative suite. With a current staff of more than 45 people, the center will be used to increase effectiveness and efficiency and allow it to remain at the forefront of emerging healthcare technology. The 15,000-square-foot expanded facility is located at 6290 Jimmy Carter Blvd. in Gwinnett County.
“Gwinnett County’s proximity to Atlanta has been an ideal location for maximizing our donor clientele as well as accessing some of the Nation’s leading biotech research and educational institutions,” stated Adam Grossman, Chief Executive Officer for ADMA Biologics, ADMA BioCenter’s parent company. “Our expanded facility will enable us to have immediate improved productivity and efficiency while allowing for more time and attention placed on donor care.”
“Gwinnett County offers an excellent technology infrastructure and a skilled and well educated workforce,” said Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash. “We are proud ADMA BioCenters has chosen to further develop their business in Gwinnett and thank them for making this great investment in our community.”
ADMA BioCenters’ new state of the art donation center features include an expanded donor floor, additional physical exam rooms, screening booths and registration kiosks, increased administrative areas and extended days and hours of operation.
“The location of ADMA’s facility allows the organization access to the numerous assets available within the Gwinnett and North metro Atlanta region required for optimum donor center operation,” stated Nick Masino, Sr. Vice President for Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development. “Our area boasts a strong position in the bioscience industry, with a global reach that is respected around the world. We are excited that ADMA BioCenters has continued to cultivate a thriving biotech business in our community and celebrate with them in this expansion.”
ADMA BioCenters is an FDA licensed plasma collection organization specializing in the collection of human plasma used to make medications for the treatment and prevention of certain diseases. Managed by a team of experts who have decades of experience in the specialized field of plasma collection, ADMA BioCenters provides a safe, professional and pleasant donation environment. For more information on ADMA BioCenters, please visit www.atlantaplasma.com or www.admabiologics.com.
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