Lincoln, Nebraska Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Douglas County, Nebraska
- Labcorp Center, 7615 Cass St., Omaha, Douglas County, NE, 68114
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Lancaster County, Nebraska
- Labcorp Center, 630 N Cotner Blvd Ste 201, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, 68505
- Labcorp Center, 5340 South Street, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, 68506
- Labcorp Center, 1500 S 48Th St Ste 414, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, 68506
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Douglas County, Nebraska
- Quest Center, 10020 Nicholas St, Omaha, Douglas County, NE, 68114-2188
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Lancaster County, Nebraska
Lincoln is the capital of the U.S. state of Nebraska and the county seat of Lancaster County. The city covers 96.194 square miles (249.141 km2) with a population of 287,401 in 2018. It is the second-most populous city in Nebraska and the 70th-largest in the United States. The city is the economic and cultural anchor of a substantially-larger metropolitan area in the southeastern part of the state called the Lincoln Metropolitan and Lincoln-Beatrice Combined Statistical Areas. The statistical area is home to 356,083 people, making it the 105th-largest combined statistical area in the United States.
The city was founded in 1856 as the village of Lancaster on the wild salt marshes of what was to become Lancaster County. In 1869, the village of Lancaster became Nebraska's state capital and was renamed Lincoln. The Bertram G. Goodhue-designed state capitol building was completed in 1932 and is the second tallest capitol in the United States. As the city is the seat of government for the state of Nebraska, the state and the United States government are major employers. The University of Nebraska was founded in Lincoln in 1869. The university is the largest in Nebraska with 26,079 students enrolled and is the city's third-largest employer. Other primary employers fall within the service and manufacturing industries, including a growing high-tech sector. The region makes up a part of what is known as the greater Midwest Silicon Prairie.
Designated as a "refugee-friendly" city by the U.S. Department of State in the 1970s, the city was the twelfth-largest resettlement site per capita in the United States by 2000. Refugee Vietnamese, Karen (Burmese ethnic minority), Sudanese and Yazidi (Iraqi ethnic minority) people, as well as other refugees from Iraq and the Middle East, have been resettled in the city. During the 2018–19 school year, Lincoln Public Schools provided support for approximately 3,000 students from 150 countries, who spoke 125 different languages.
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