The 12.826,29 m² of operating space that the Valdebernardo Center has in total are divided into four floors and a basement where complementary uses are located to the main one.
On the ground floor is the main access for donors and workers, the assembly hall where symposiums, meetings and training sessions are held, and the cafeteria. This area also includes the Cord Blood Bank, reception and control rooms.
In the central part is the Donor area where blood is extracted from donors who come directly to the Center. To this end, it has five stretchers for conventional blood donation and six for apheresis donation, apart from the different boxes where the donor is interviewed and a room with supplies for after the donation.
Beyond the donor area, following a side corridor to the central lobby, there is also the fractionation area, which is where the preparation of the blood is produced, coming from the donations of the entire Community, which are made in the center itself, at fixed donation points in hospitals and external donations collected in mobile units.
In addition, a Quality Laboratory and a Cryopreservation Laboratory of different blood components are located on this floor, mainly red blood cells that have a rare phenotype. Units of platelets are also frozen for cases of directed, autologous or stock donations.