As a National Clinical High-Complexity CLIA laboratory, MCI Diagnostic Center is committed to supporting our nation by providing accurate Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our laboratory has the capacity to process thousands of test per day which will save lives and get our nation back to there daily normal routines.
We provide unsurpassed quality and patient care by following all mandated regulations and guidelines within our accreditation and certifications. With this continuous focus, we strive to provide excellence in all services provided.
COVID-19 Testing in 5 Easy Steps
1: Secure Test
Place your order online to secure your test today.
2: Site Location
Have your registration with Order ID number ready and available to give to MCI personnel upon arrival.
Get your specimen sample collected by one of our specialist.
Receive your results within 96 hours.
Individual COVID-19 test result will be reported within 72-96 hours after specimen collection kit is received within the testing facility.
Multiple test kits can be purchased. To inquire multiple test kits, please contact us directly at (918) 744-1001 and one of our team experts will provide additional information.
MCI Diagnostic Center is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business that offers national laboratory testing and diagnostics with headquarters in Tulsa, OK. MCI is accredited by the College of American Pathologist (CAP, Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), and Commission on Office Laboratory Accreditation (COLA).
Yes, MCI Diagnostic Center is a national high-complexity certified laboratory by Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) MCI Diagnostic Center CLIA No. 37D201146
Our Laboratory Medical Director is Dr. Chitra Kohli M.D.
MCI Diagnostic Center will report all COVID-19 results to the appropriate public health departments in accordance with applicable requirements.
If you test negative for COVID-19, you probably were not infected at the time of your specimen was collected. This does not mean you will not get sick. It is possible that you were very early in your infection at the time of your specimen collection and that you could test positive later, or you could be exposed later and develop illness. A negative result does not rule out getting sick later.
Please refer to Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for more information.
If you test positive for COVID-19, you should take necessary and immediate steps to prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.