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Freeman Screen Team

Providing prevention and detection for healthier communities

Freeman offers many free or low-cost health screenings throughout the year. These include yearly screenings through Freeman Screen Team®, Freeman Advantage, Freeman Health Essentials and QuickMeds Pharmacy™. Check the calendar for more information.

Freeman Screen Team reaches out to area residents to provide prevention and detection for healthier communities. By bringing low-cost health screenings to various locations in the region, Freeman Screen Team helps people who otherwise might not seek medical services.


  • Blood pressure
  • Blood cholesterol/lipid panel*
  • Colorectal screening kits
  • Glucose
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Body composition
  • Other lab services available for a fee

*8 hours prior to lipid panel screening, avoid food and drink, except water and routine medications.

Early Detection Screenings

Early Detection saves lives - Freeman Screen Team offers early Detection Screenings the first Thursday of each month.

Receive all four early detection screenings for one low price.

Stroke Screening/Carotid Artery

Plaque buildup is an abnormal collection of calcium and cholesterol on the artery walls. Block carotid arteries can restrict blood flow to the brain or creak off and become lodged in a blood vessel resulting in a stroke. Through ultrasound technology, we can scan the carotid arteries along each side of the neck to detect narrowing or blockages. Early detection will all you to take an appropriate course of action that may reduce future risk.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening

An abdominal aortic aneurism is a ballooning of the wall in the abdominal aorta most often caused by plaque buildup. Noticeable symptoms of an AAA are uncommon and you may never know you have it. Early detection can increase your survival rate by 50 percent or more compared to emergency treatment after a ruptured aneurysm.

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Screening

Peripheral arterial disease mainly affects the arteries located in arms, legs and feet. When fatty deposits build up in the inner linings of the artery walls, blood flow is restricted. PAD often goes undiagnosed until painful symptoms start. Detection could also help prevent future heart attack and stroke.

Osteoporosis Risk Assessment

Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and more likely to break. Men and women 55 years and old are at greater risk for osteoporosis, but it can occur at any age. Poor diet and lack of exercise can contribute to an osteoporosis diagnosis. Early detection allows physicians to start appropriate treatment.

Helping people stay well

Freeman offers many free or low-cost health screenings throughout the year. These include yearly screenings through Freeman Screen Team®, Freeman Advantage, Freeman Health Essentials and QuickMeds Pharmacy™. Check the calendar for more information

Freeman Screen Team

1130 E. 32nd St., Suite C.
Joplin, MO 64804

To schedule an appointment, call 417.347.6555