David Hagedorn

David Hagedorn

Wound Care

Freeman Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

3315 McIntosh Circle

Joplin, Missouri 64804

417.347.4800
Freeman Physician
Veteran
Accepting Patients
Accepting Patients

Board Certifications

American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine: Osteopathic Medicine

Where I Provide Care

Freeman Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed - Cloned

Mar 23, 2012

U.S. News & World Report ranks Freeman Health System high performing in five specialities

Freeman Health System has been ranked high performing in five specialties by the U.S. News & World Reports 2011-12 Best Hospitals assessment.
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed - Cloned

Jul 08, 2012

Freeman ranked #4 hospital in state by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report today released its annual Best Hospitals rankings. The report, which for 23 years has saluted the nation’s premiere hospitals, ranked Freeman Health System #4 in the state of Missouri.
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed - Cloned

Oct 21, 2013

Freeman West ranked among nation's best for quality

National Research Corporation named Freeman Hospital West among the nation’s top hospitals, as well as one of the top ranked in the Joplin area.
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed

Jun 25, 2014

New accreditation and technology indicate excellence at Freeman Wound Care

In addition to offering two new services – Freeman Wound Care received accreditation from the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society.
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Leapfrog A Rating Fall 2016

Oct 31, 2016

Freeman Recognized Again for Patient Safety

Freeman Health System was honored with an “A” grade in The Leapfrog Group Fall 2016 Hospital Safety Score.
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed - Cloned

Apr 24, 2017

Freeman Recognized for Patient Safety

Freeman earns grade "A" in Spring 2017 Hospital Safety Score.
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed - Cloned

Oct 31, 2017

Freeman Recognized for Patient Safety by The Leapfrog Group

Hospital earns grade "A" in Fall 2017 hospital safety score.
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Leapfrog Spring 2018 A Rating

Apr 24, 2018

Freeman Recognized for Patient Safety

Hospital Earns Grade “A” in Spring 2018 Hospital Safety Score
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Leapfrog A Grade 2018

Nov 08, 2018

Freeman Achieves Elite National Recognition

Hospital Earns Grade “A” in Fall 2018 Hospital Safety Score
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Foster McGaw Prize

Mar 06, 2020

Freeman Finalist for 2019 Foster G. McGaw Prize

Finalists from Massachusetts, Texas and Ohio are also Honored
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Nurses Week 2020

May 06, 2020

Nurses are at the Heart of Hospital Care

Freeman Celebrates Nearly 1200 Employees During Nurses Week
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed - Cloned

Jul 28, 2020

Freeman Recognized by U.S. News & World Report in 3 Categories And Named Best Regional Hospital in Southwest Missouri

Honor Salutes High Performance in Heart Failure Care, Colon Cancer Surgery and COPD Treatment
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Freeman Student Nurses

Sep 14, 2020

Freeman Invites you to Participate in World Patient Safety Day

#uniteforsafecare: Patient Safety Movement Foundation’s Virtual Event
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Jun 06, 2018

The Nursing Education Fund – How You Can Give

The Nursing Education Fund – How You Can Give
Having highly trained and educated nurses is a priority at Freeman Health System. The Nursing Education Fund is available to eligible Freeman nurses who want to further their nursing education. Money from the fund can be used for advancing a degree, a specialty certification (which can help an RN achieve a higher level in TAPP), healthcare projects or conferences that may be too expensive to attend without assistance. 
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Freeman Flying F Logo Fixed

Jan 09, 2015

Varicose Veins Newest Treatment for an Age-Old Problem

Varicose veins are the seemingly unsightly, swollen, twisted and bulging veins found on the legs.
Varicose veins are the seemingly unsightly, swollen, twisted and bulging veins found on the legs. They are caused by blood pooling up in the vein when a defective or damaged valve no longer pushes blood back up to the heart. Developing these veins may be more than just a cosmetic issue.
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Wound Care

May 14, 2014

Principles of Wound Healing

In the United States, approximately 6.5 million people are affected by chronic wounds (wounds that fail to heal) each year. As a wound healing expert I am often asked, “Why do some wounds heal without any trouble and others not heal?”
In the United States, approximately 6.5 million people are affected by chronic wounds (wounds that fail to heal) each year. As a wound healing expert I am often asked, “Why do some wounds heal without any trouble and others not heal?” Several factors determine whether a wound will heal or not:
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