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November 10, 2021

HNL's President and CEO, Martin K. Till featured story in Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation

Read the Lehigh Valley Economic Development's story on HNL Lab Medicine's new President and CEO, Martin K. Till, who plans to focus on broadening the organization's reach in Life-saving Work. 

By Nicole Radzievich Mertz on November 10, 2021

Source: Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation (LVEDC) - https://lehighvalley.org



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October 25, 2021

Blood Donors Needed; Donate Today

Schedule A Donation Today!! 
All Blood Types Needed


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October 22, 2021

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September 14, 2021

Warren Erdmann as Chief Clinical Lab Officer

HNL Lab Medicine, a regional leader in high quality, innovative laboratory medicine services, announces the appointment of Warren Erdmann as its first chief clinical lab officer and newest member of its executive team.

“I’m honored to join HNL Lab Medicine and look forward to continuing to work with this dedicated team committed to putting patient care front and center,” Erdmann said.   

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Blood Donors Needed; Donate Today

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Blood Donors Needed as Nation, Region Struggle With Critical Shortage
An hour of your time, a pint of your blood, saves lives 

Blood supplies across the nation and region have reached critically low levels and donations are urgently needed to continue to help critically ill patients everywhere.

To schedule a blood donation, call 1-800-B-A-DONOR (800-223-6667) or schedule an appointment online at GIVEaPINT.org.


Blood donation facts

  • O-positive is the most common blood type and 1 in 3 people will need this type of blood transfusion.
  • O-negative blood, the universal blood type, is used to treat patients in emergency situations when hospital staff don’t have time to determine an individual’s blood type.
  • With trauma incidents common during the summer months, the need for O-positive and O-negative blood is constant.
  • About 450 pints of blood are needed every day in the Pennsylvania-New Jersey region served by Miller-Keystone Blood Center, the supplier of blood products for LVHN and 28 other hospitals and health networks.