About Us

Derbyshire Blood Bikes is a registered charity (1143149) providing an urgent medical courier service to the NHS in Derbyshire.

Our aims are;

  • help the NHS provide more timely treatments to local patients
  • save the NHS money on their transport costs
  • operate a sustainable, efficient and effective charity

Transporting lifesaving medical items including blood and blood products, biological samples and medication, equipment and medical documents. We also transport donated breast milk into approved milk banks, which is then used to support feeding of premature or seriously ill infants. If we can carry it safely ….. we will transport it!

We always want to recruit more volunteers for a variety of roles to add to the volunteer motorcyclists and drivers providing a 24/7 hour service.

See How You Can Help

You could be part of a service that, in 2020:

  • made over 2800 journeys for our local NHS, over 60% to out-of-county locations
  • saved our local NHS over £100,000 on transport costs
  • helped in the treatment of thousands of patients

 

If you would like to be part of that, please contact our team today:

Email: enquiries@derbyshirebloodbikes.org

Phone: 07470 903215

 

 

 

It’s Getting Busier!!

  Big thanks to all our volunteers who have really stepped up to deal with the additional demands at this time. Hold on to your hats boys and girls, it could get even busier! It’s been a busy week here at DBB as we pass the 1000th request in 2020 for our service...

Thank You

Thank you to all those offering to come and help with our service in these unprecedented times. Our response to you deserves some explanation. Some weeks ago, as the progress of the spread of the virus became more apparent, we took the decision to make some...

Derbyshire Blood Bikes – Corona Virus (Covid-19)

We are busier than ever with our voluntary service here in Derbyshire, not least because we’re supporting the additional needs of our local NHS during this current health emergency. Also, the welfare of our volunteers, patients, staff and the public is important and...