We'll explore new techniques in GPU-accelerated red blood cell simulations. The desire to study the underlying chemical influences on red blood cell functionalities motivates the use of a method that can capture the diffusion and reaction processes. To take advantage of the GPU's parallelism, the new technique involves stream diversion tactic and non-blocking MPI communications to streamline the computation. The speed is then tested against the CPU counterpart. Strong scaling and weak scaling are performed to characterize scalibility.