Our Public Banking Program

As the world's first family cord blood bank, we provide premier cord blood stem cell cryopreservation service. In 2018, Cryo-Cell expanded our role in the industry to include public cord blood banking services.

Cryo-Cell operates as a public cord blood bank in partnership with Duke University Medical Center. Cryo-Cell's public bank has been chosen by the HRSA of the U.S. Department of Health, along with other leading banks such as those operated by M.D. Anderson and Duke University, as one of the nation's highest quality cord blood banks to help build the National Cord Blood Inventory. Public cord blood banks are regulated by stringent guidelines. In addition, Cryo-Cell adheres to the high-quality standards necessary for accreditation by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT).

Through the National Marrow Donor Program, our public bank has provided potentially life-saving cord blood units for over 600 transplantations. The program’s public cord blood inventory comprises superior, ethnically diverse cord blood units, which have been used in nearly 100 reputable transplant centers located worldwide.

How and Where is Donated Cord Blood Used?

National Marrow Donor Program Be the Match® has stated that each day physicians of more than 6,000 men, women, and children are searching the registry for a potentially life-saving cord blood or bone marrow match16, and beginning in 2008, the number of cord blood transplants facilitated by the National Marrow Donor Program has been approximately the same as the number of bone marrow transplants17.

Through the National Marrow Donor Program, our public bank has supplied potentially life-saving cord blood units to patients. The program’s public cord blood inventory comprises high quality, ethnically diverse cord blood units, which have been used at 95 high-quality transplant centers located worldwide.

Transplant centers across U.S. that have used our blood
Donated cord blood has been used across the U.S.
1. Dana–Farber Cancer Institute
2. Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital
3. Brigham & Women’s Hospital
4. University of Massachusetts Medical Center
5. Massachusetts General Hospital
6. Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
7. Westchester Medical Center
8. Mount Sinai
9. Memorial Sloan Kettering
10. Children’s Hospital of New York
11. Johns Hopkins University
12. Children’s National Medical Center
13. Medical College of Virginia
14. Hackensack University Medical Center
15. WVU Hospital
16. Duke University
17. West Virginia University Hospital
18. Arthur G. James Hospital

19. University Hospital of Cleveland
20. Children’s Hospital of Cincinnati
21. Cleveland Clinic
22. Children’s Hospital of Michigan
23. University of Michigan
24. Indiana University
25. Northwestern Memorial Hospital
26. University of Chicago
27. Children’s Hospital WI
28. University of Wisconsin
29. Loyola University
30. University of Iowa
31. Barnes–Jewish Hospital
32. St. Louis Medical Center

33. Vanderbilt
34. Children’s Hospital of Atlanta
35. University of SC Medical Center
36. Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville
37. All Children’s Hospital
38. Moffitt Cancer Center
39. University of Miss. Medical Center

40. University of Kansas
41. University of Minnesota
42. Oklahoma Memorial Hospital
43. Columbia Hospital Dallas
44. Cook Children Medical Center
45. TX. Children’s Hospital

46. UT–MD Anderson
47. South Texas Cancer Institute
48. Texas Transplant Institution
49. University of Colorado
50. University of Utah
51. Banner Health AZ
52. University of Arizona
53. San Diego
54. UCSD Cancer Center
55. Rady Children’s
56. Children’s Hospital of LA
57. City of Hope
58. Cedars–Sinai Medical Center
59. UCLA
60. Stanford University Medical Center
61. Oregon Health & Sciences U.
62. Fred Hutchinson Res. Center
63. Western Penn. Cancer Center
64. University of Penn. Medical Center
65. University of Illinois, Chicago
66. Children’s Memorial of Illinois
67. Children’s Hospital of Orange County
68. Children’s Hospital/LSUHSC
69. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
70. Zalmen A. Arlin Cancer Institute
71. NY Presbyterian Cornell
72. Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
73. University of Alabama at Birmingham
74. Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital
75. University of Florida Shands Hospital
International Centers
Spanish Bone Marrow Donor Registry
Barcelona, Spain
Swiss Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry
Bern, Switzerland
Incucia — National Registry of Donors
Buenos Aires, Argentina
University Hospital Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Swiss Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry
Bern, Switzerland
Universidad Federal Do Parana
Curitiba Parana, Brazil
Rambam Medical Center
Haifa, Israel
Leiden University Medical Center
Leiden, Netherlands
Anthony Nolan Research Centre
London, UK
Canadian Red Cross
Ottowa, Ontario
France Greffe De Moelle
Paris, France
Dr. Daniel den Hoed Cancer Center
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Australian Bone Marrow Donor Registry
Sidney, Australia
Instituto Nacional de Cancer
Rio de Janerio
San Camillo Forlanini
Rome, Italy
Universidad Catolica
Santiago, Chile
Karolinska University Hospital
Stockholm, Sweden
German National Registry of Blood Stem Cell Donors
Ulm, Germany
Chaim Sheba Medical Center
Tel Aviv, Israel
Bone Marrow Donor
New Zealand
Marrow Donor Program
Belgium

Wish to Donate Your Cord Blood for Free?

If you are delivering at any of the hospitals below and want to donate your baby’s cord blood, please discuss this with your obstetrician or the Cryo-Cell staff at the hospital. Cryo-Cell operates cord blood donation sites in several prominent hospitals across the U.S. including:

  • Arizona
    • Scottsdale — HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center
  • California
    • Los Angeles — Cedars–Sinai Medical Center
  • Florida
    • Miami — Baptist Hospital
    • Miami — South Miami Hospital
    • Orlando — Florida Hospital
    • Orlando — Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
  • Michigan
    • Dearborn — Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center