Oklahoma Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Cleveland County, Oklahoma
- Labcorp Center, 1010 24Th Ave Nw Ste 130, Norman, Cleveland County, OK, 73071
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Muskogee County, Oklahoma
- Labcorp Center, 3310 W Okmulgee Ste A, Muskogee, Muskogee County, OK, 74401
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
- Labcorp Center, 1201 S Douglas Blvd Ste A, Midwest City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73112
- Labcorp Center, 5401 N Portland 110, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73112
- Labcorp Center, 8125 S Walker Ste C, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73139
- Labcorp Center, 3705 W Memorial Rd Ste 1406, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73134
- Labcorp Center, 1111 N Lee Ste 235, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73103
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Tulsa County, Oklahoma
- Labcorp Center, 864 S Aspen Ave, Broken Arrow, Tulsa County, OK, 74012
- Labcorp Center, 533 N Gilcrease Museum Road, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK, 74127
- Labcorp Center, 6717 S. Yale 104, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK, 74136
- Labcorp Center, 3336 E 32Nd Street Ste 104, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK, 74135
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Beckham County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Bryan County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 1028 Criswell Dr, Durant, Bryan County, OK, 74701-1059
- Quest Center, 1706 Delivery Lane, Durant, Bryan County, OK, 74701-2292
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Canadian County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 106 S Castlerock Ln, Mustang, Canadian County, OK, 73064-4586
- Quest Center, 1607 Professional Cir, Yukon, Canadian County, OK, 73099-6314
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Carter County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Choctaw County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 206 S 16Th St, Hugo, Choctaw County, OK, 74743-4205
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Cleveland County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 900 N Porter Ave Ste 109, Norman, Cleveland County, OK, 73071-6426
- Quest Center, 3201 W Tecumseh Rd, Norman, Cleveland County, OK, 73072-1819
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Comanche County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 1401 Sw Parkridge Blvd Ste C, Lawton, Comanche County, OK, 73505-7575
- Quest Center, 4411 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, Comanche County, OK, 73505-5977
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Custer County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 812 W Gary Blvd, Clinton, Custer County, OK, 73601-2720
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Delaware County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 601 E 13Th St, Grove, Delaware County, OK, 74344-2962
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Garfield County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 620 S Madison St, Enid, Garfield County, OK, 73701-7270
- Quest Center, 915 East Owen K Garriott, Enid, Garfield County, OK, 73701-5952
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Kay County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 400 Fairview Ave, Ponca City, Kay County, OK, 74601-1910
Quest Blood Testing Centers In McCurtain County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Muskogee County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 3824 S Boulevard St, Edmond, Oklahoma County, OK, 73013-5478
- Quest Center, 4509 Integris Parkway, Edmond, Oklahoma County, OK, 73034-8864
- Quest Center, 4833 Integris Parkway, Edmond, Oklahoma County, OK, 73034-8864
- Quest Center, 9060 Harmony Drive, Midwest City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73130-6253
- Quest Center, 3435 N W 56Th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73112-4448
- Quest Center, 9600 North Broadway Extension, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73114-7408
- Quest Center, 8100 S Walker Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73139-9402
- Quest Center, 4221 South Western Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73109-3447
- Quest Center, 3366 Nw Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73112-4444
- Quest Center, 13901 Mcauley Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK, 73134-8700
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Ottawa County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 310 2Nd Avenue Sw, Miami, Ottawa County, OK, 74354-6702
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Payne County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 819 S Pine St, Stillwater, Payne County, OK, 74074-4350
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Pittsburg County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Stephens County, Oklahoma
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Tulsa County, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 607 E Main St, Jenks, Tulsa County, OK, 74037-4138
- Quest Center, 10502 N 110Th East Ave, Owasso, Tulsa County, OK, 74055-6627
- Quest Center, 6711 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK, 74136-3317
- Quest Center, 1145 S Utica Ave, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK, 74104-4000
- Quest Center, 8803 S 101St East Ave, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK, 74133-5726
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Other, Oklahoma
- Quest Center, 701 Better Now Plaza, Ada, Other, OK, 74820-2643
Oklahoma has long been called the genuine gateway to the west – and it is also a unique bridge between the past and the future. From the prairie of roaming buffalo, Cherokee Indian reservations, and the glory days of the oil industry to centers of technology, modern museums, international art galleries, and exciting cities, Oklahoma is a dictionary definition of Americana. With a broad range of state parks, rivers, lakes, fishing, camping, and historical sites, the “Sooner State” has earned its reputation as “The land of a million photo ops.” Let’s get going and see a few of the countless things in Oklahoma that will keep you busy.
- The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Oklahoma City (AKA “OKC”) is a perfect place to begin your trip through Oklahoma, and nothing symbolizes Americana like the wild west. And nothing can top the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Since 1955 the museum has amassed an impressive collection of Western artifacts, artwork, and cultural history and is known as a cowboy "Hall of Fame". The weapons that tamed the wild west, the intense and brutal battles of the plains, rodeos, and a replica of a typical western town all come to life in interactive exhibits.
- The Oklahoma City National Memorial. The Oklahoma City National Memorial stands as a solemn remembrance of the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building that shook up the world and made Americans acutely aware that terrorists can strike at any time and anywhere. The memorial and the nearby Oklahoma City National Museum tell the stories of victims, survivors, and rescuers and ensures that they may be gone but not forgotten. The memorial displays gardens, symbolic art, and an impactful, touching reflection pool. The museum is a landmark of the state capital, and rightfully so.
- Oklahoma City Zoo. The Oklahoma City Zoo promises to “Find the explorer in you”, and with a mix of more than 500 species of domestic, common, and endangered animals, it more than lives up to its billing. The zoo also has recreated the natural habitats of these animals through several ecosystems that range from thick, dense, tropical jungles and the vast plains to a well-manicured garden landscape. The zoo makes the tour easy by offering train rides and there is also the chance to rent a boat to explore the zoo’s lake.
- Myriad Botanical Gardens. No tour of OKC would be complete without a stop at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. From monthly horticulture tips and the Oklahoma Gardening School to the OKC Garden Festival and the annual tree sale Tree For All, the gardens are the place for both folks who have a serious interest in gardening to those who merely appreciate the beauty of a well-manicured display of nature. Enjoy the relaxing stroll on the skywalk, walk by the continuous waterfall, and enjoy the sight and aroma of the budding flowers.
Route 66 Well, if you ever plan to motor west Jack, take my way, it's the highway, that's the best Get your kicks on Route 66 – The introduction to the song Route 66 by Check Berry. Spanning 192 miles throughout all of Oklahoma, Route 66 stretches from the northeast corner of the state to the Texas border, and no highway is more iconic than the state's stretch of this famous highway. Warning: do not be in a hurry! Here’s why. Here are just a few of the countless roadside attractions: the Cyrus Centennial Plaza, Winchester Drive-In, Golden Driller, Arcadia Round Barn, Blue Whale, Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios 66, Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum, Waylan’s Ku-Ku Burger, and the National Route 66 Museum Complex are not meant to be rushed through. Constructed in the 1920s and commissioned in 1926, the “Road of Dreams” was hit hard by the dust bowl depression and the rise of the Interstate Highway System. But Route 66 was too ingrained in American culture to fade away and came back to life through the movie “Cars.” Enjoy the drive and the many old-fashioned 1950’s style diners a long the way!
- Next stop – Tulsa. And a grand way to kick things off is a visit to the Philbrook Museum of Art. With an international flair that includes art from Africa, Asia, and Europe and a museum that tells the rich history of art, Philbrook is a must-see. The majestic gardens will take you back in time to the wealth, class, and elegance of the oil-booming 1920s.
- Gilcrease Museum The Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa tells the tale of the American frontier through genuine artifacts, manuscripts, and works of art that represent both Native American and European settler's cultures. As with so much of Tulsa, the scenic gardens are laid out in several different landscaping styles that are both grandiose and stately.
- Before leaving the Tulsa area, be sure to drop in at the Oklahoma Aquarium in nearby Jenks. The aquarium’s main claim to fame is that it is home to the world's largest collection of bullhead sharks. You can get up close to them in the Shark Adventure exhibit. But that’s not all the aquarium has to offer. The EcoZone gallery features a broad range of natural habitats that range from mashes and deep-sea caves to rocky coasts and a chance to touch and feed the stingrays and black drum fish, but only if you dare.
- JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum Located a half-hour northeast of Tulsa, the Jim Davis Arms & Historical Museum in Oklahoma City boasts of being the home of “The largest privately-held firearms collection in the world.” The collection includes more than an astonishing 12,000 firearms, some dating back to the 14th century. The collection also includes countless non-firearm artifacts that range from authentic horse riding saddles and spurs, memorabilia from both World Wars 1 & II, and the rich lore of local Oklahoma prairie history. The museum also boasts of a U.S. Army M41 Walker Bulldog tank in its collection!
- Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve. Located in Bartlesville, the Woolaroc Ranch is another Oklahoma attraction that brings the prairie back to life. The 3,700-acre wildlife preserve and art museum featuring elk, longhorn cattle, and bison that “roam on the range”, and you can check them out from the safety and convenience of your car. The museum is stacked with Western art and artifacts, Native American baskets and beads, and a remarkable collection of colt firearms, aka “the gun that won the west.” Also, as with so many states in America, the works of Frank Lloyd Wright show up in Oklahoma as well: the Price Tower Arts Center is the lone skyscraper built from Wright's designs.
- Cherokee Heritage Center. Located in Park Hill, the Cherokee Heritage Center has been described by one visitor as “one of the most incredible museums and exhibits around. It documents the trail of tears in-depth, and gives an interesting look into Cherokee live in the past and into the present.” Another visitor was surprised to see the Native American baseball exhibit. Check out the outdoor exhibits of a 1710 Cherokee Village and the historic wooden buildings of Adams Corner Rural Village to get an in-depth, real-life look at Cherokee life in the 1890s.
- National Weather Center. Oklahoma’s weather can be scary, and at times that’s an understatement. With thunder and lightning that seems to originate from the thunder god Thor to the incessant, scorching heat, Oklahoma’s weather is certainly not boring. Considering this, it is no coincidence that the National Weather Center makes its home in Norman (south of the capital). A guided session at Oklahoma University's School of Meteorology, and the Storm Prediction Center will be an eye-opening introduction to the awesome powers of Mother Nature, and give you an appreciation of the challenge of understanding and predicting the weather.
- Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton. No tour of Oklahoma would be complete without stopping at Lawton, and a recommended place to start is the Museum of the Great Plains. The Matinee at the Museum with short videos like Ropin’ Fool starring Will Rodgers; Daughter of Dawn with a cast of Comanche and Kiowa actors; The Plow That Broke the Plains that describes a terrible, man-made ecological disaster; Mattie Beal, the “Mother of Lawton” and the Buffalo Soldiers: An American Legacy. Also, the collection of rare artworks and artifacts, and the Tornado Theater are both must-see attractions.
- Ft. Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum. While you’re in Lawton, don’t overlook Ft. Sill, the U.S. Army post just a bit north of the city. Infantry is considered the queen of battle, but artillery is the king. Ft. Sill is the Army’s artillery center and is the home of the massive and lethal cannons that have roared in every war in US history and provided so much comfort and relief to countless American soldiers and so much destruction to their enemies. The museum contains fascinating written and visual information on the various artillery pieces used in various wars, and the outside exhibits of the big guns are awe-inspiring.
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