In the UK, these 30 can easily be obtained free of charge though the National Health Service.
However, there are so many more tests that can be very indicative of one's health status. As an example, there are various type of tests that can measure the size of LDL particles, which is far more indicative of potential cardiovascular disease than a mere LDL measurement. Another very useful test is Hair Mineral Analysis which shows where there are various key mineral deficiencies that will one day lead to health issues. Another test is the DEXA bone scan which gives a very important view of bone density.
Clearly there are a host of tests, through a variety of bodily media, that can allow one to duly adjust diet and nutritional intake (including targeted supplementation) which will then ultimately lead to longer health and life spans.
The thing is..I myself haven't been able to find one source that pulls the whole panoply of tests together in a co-ordinated way. That is what my question has been directed towards.