What is NBBNetS?

To support the major function necessary to implement the National Blood Services Act of 1994 (R.A 7719), The National Blood Bank Network System (NBBNetS) was developed under the supervision of Department of Health (DOH) - Knowledge Management and Information Technology Service (KMITS) and National Voluntary Blood Service Program (NVBSP).

NBBNetS is the system establishes a centralized database of donor's profile, which can be accessed by authorized blood collection units under the National Voluntary Blood Services Program (NVBSP), anytime and anywhere. It promotes effective management of Data/Information and streamlines the processes involved from Donor Recruitment, Donor Retention, Blood Collection, Blood Dispensing and Generation of Reports.

Pursuant to AO No. 2010-0001 dated 06 January 2010 specifically in Section VI, Sub-Section D and Article 7. All Blood Service Facilities (BSF), hospital and non-hospital end user shall subscribe to and utilize the integrated blood bank networking system to facilities traceability of donated blood/blood component and validation of the results and other pertinent information accessible through the database of the National Blood Bank Network System (NBBNetS).

How to subscribe?

To subscribe, every Blood Service Facility (BSF) will undergo NBBNetS Process Flow (details can be found in the panel below) in order to implement the system within the facility.

Is there subscription fee?

Subscription to NBBNetS is FREE of any charge, although Blood Service Facility (BSF) is required to have a stable internet connection and other requirements.



  • Blood Service Facility (BSF) inquires regarding subscription to NBBNetS
  • NBBNetS team reply/ send (via email) all the requirements (Registration form, Hardware requirements and Preparedness Checklist) including other supporting documents
  • Blood Service Facility (BSF) submits the letter of request along with the Registration form and Preparedness checklist
  • NBBNetS team verifies if the requirements are met by reviewing the Preparedness checklist
  • Once the requirements are met then the Blood Service Facility (BSF) is scheduled for Assessment (Phase 2).


  • One (1) day site visit to conduct Process Assessment
  • NBBNetS team conducts Management meetings and Policy Orientation
  • Followed by the Process Assessment and Revision
  • Fine tune Blood processes before leaving the facility
  • After a confirmation of successful transition to the standardized Blood process, the Blood Service Facility (BSF) will be scheduled for Hands on Training (Phase 3).


  • Site hands on training and familiarization of NBBNetS modules.
  • Two (2) day Hands on Training and familiarization (Test data)
  • One (1) day Hands on Training and familiarization (live data)
  • Address concerns regarding the mock implementation before leaving the facility
  • Certifies that the facility has undergone Hands on Training and ready to implement NBBNetS


  • Blood Service Facility (BSF) is implementing NBBNetS 24/7 and now officially subscribed
  • Request Donation ID stickers when needed for replenishment
  • NBBNetS team monitors all NBBNetS subscribers, cascade updates/ emergency maintenance etc.


  • NBBNetS team provides 14/ 7 (14hrs/day) support from 8-am to 10pm (weekdays) and 10am to 6pm (on weekends and holidays).
  • Assists NBBNetS subscribers regarding data rectification (R3) and other issues encountered

How long is the Assessment?

Process Assessment within the Blood Service Facility (BSF) usually takes one (1) day. But the transition period for the standardized process depends on the Blood Service Facility (BSF).

How long is the Hands on Training?

Hands on Training within the Blood Service Facility (BSF) usually takes three (3) days. First and Second day is for testing and familiarization of NBBNetS modules (test data) and the third day is for the actual live data.


In line with the upcoming World Blood Donor Day 2021 celebration, we are enjoining everyone to participate on one of our activities "Road to 1M Steps to Keep the World Beating".

The challenge will run from June 1-14, 2021.