IPFA members are located in all different regions of the world. While each member organisation has its own history and culture, they all share a commitment to high standards of quality and safety. Being ‘involved' in plasma fractionation is the common characteristic, either as a fractionator or as a (national) blood service that is responsible for the collection of plasma and/or distribution of the final products.
Together the IPFA members provide a rich source of experience and know-how, both in blood and plasma collection and plasma fractionation.
With the commitment to serve patients in their communities, IPFA members support the principles and policies of voluntary non-remunerated donations (VNRBD).
This international community of members has a strong tradition of mutual support and collaboration and also of providing support and assistance to organisations worldwide who seek to improve patient access to plasma products.
Applications for membership are welcomed from any legal entity which on a not-for-profit basis operates a fractionation facility or collects plasma and contributes to national supply by arranging fractionation by a third party, and which is dedicated to high standards of quality and safety.
In accordance with the statutes the Executive Board of IPFA reserves the right of the final decision on the admission of new members.
Membership enquiries may be addressed to the IPFA Secretariat: