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Thai Emmerich
Works at University of Kentucky
Attends University of Kentucky
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53 people
Amie Kisling's profile photo
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James Osborne's profile photo
Roger Birkhead's profile photo
Teddy Emmerich's profile photo
Jennifer Hardwick's profile photo
Kate LaBoone's profile photo
Maria Cambray's profile photo
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Clerk at the hospital
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  • University of Kentucky
    present
  • Lexington Public Library
    2007 - 2010
  • WTVQ
    2003 - 2007
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Female
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In a relationship
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I have a dog and she is brown and her name is Molly
Education
  • University of Kentucky
    present
  • University of Kentucky
    telecommunications, 1999 - 2003
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I have always had good experiences donating blood here, but yesterday's experience really stood out! I arrived 20 minutes before my scheduled appointment and expected to wait since I was so early. Instead, the staff had me fill out my questionnaire and immediately took me back to the screening area. The screener was fantastic. She was very friendly and made the screening process a breeze. The lady who stuck me was great too... one stick and she had it. More than one nurse has told me I have veins that "roll", so when I get blood drawn for lab work at the doctor, it can take 2 or 3 tries. The blood center has never failed me, one stick every time! It's experiences like this that keep me coming back to donate.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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