Mark Frogge

Mark Frogge

Urology

Freeman Urology Associates

3302 McIntosh Circle

Suite 2

Joplin, Missouri 64804

417.347.3703
Freeman Physician
Veteran
Accepting Patients
Accepting Patients

Medical Education

Medical School: The University of Kansas
Residency: Naval Medical Center
Internship: Naval Medical Center

patient testimonial

Dr. Frogge knows what he is doing. The In office visits and lithotripsy has all been a good experience.I highly recommend this doctor if you have kidney stones or anything else urology related. Both my dad and I use this doctor. They are also going to do some analysis on why I'm forming stones in the first place. Good staff and good doctor.

Where I Provide Care

Freeman Urology Associates

Joplin, MO

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