Healthcare in Your Neighborhood


Spend less time traveling for family healthcare and spend more time being treated. Freeman Health System is committed to bringing local, convenient care to communities. Webb City Neighborhood Care provides expert family healthcare in your neighborhood. Webb City Neighborhood Care is home to Freeman Urgent Care, Freeman Primary Care and Freeman Outpatient Dialysis Center.


Urgent Care

Freeman Urgent Care has locations in Webb City and Joplin, offering a convenient, cost-effective alternative for minor medical care. Freeman Urgent Care is staffed with highly trained personnel including board-certified physicians, registered nurses and x-ray technicians. Urgent Care patients can be treated for the following conditions:

  • Cold
  • Flu
  • Insect bites and stings
  • Minor injuries
  • Mild or moderate aches and pains
  • Prescription requests
  • Sinus pain and congestion
  • Skin rash
  • Sore throat
  • Sprains and strains
  • Other minor medical concerns

Know before you go by checking wait times, for both locations, at Wait times are updated every 30 minutes but can change without notice.


Freeman Outpatient Dialysis Center

Dialysis patients spend a lot of time in dialysis – usually four hours, three times each week. Those patients also need time for things in their lives that are just as important as their treatment, like work, friends and family. That’s why it’s important to find the best possible services.


With the Freeman Outpatient Dialysis Center, located in Webb City, patients in the Four-State Area can choose where they receive their treatment. This clinic complements kidney treatment services in place at Freeman Hospital West and Freeman Hospital East. Freeman Outpatient Dialysis Center features 16 chairs with the ability to expand to 24. Heated seats, warm blankets and snacks provide comfort to patients undergoing dialysis. To check availability and learn more information, call the clinic at 417.347.2300.




Freeman Primary Care

Receiving regular checkups with a primary care physician creates a strong relationship between patient and doctor. This gives patients a place to bring their health concerns and helps prevent disease and find health problems early, which can lower healthcare costs. Receiving regular checkups close to home offers easier accessibility to many in the Four-State Area.


Conveniently located in Webb City to extend Freeman Health System services to communities north of Joplin, Webb City Neighborhood Care includes Freeman Primary Care, where Dr. Ashley Broce and Dr. Heath Dillard, board-certified internal medicine specialists, offer care for patients age 18 and older. Webb City Neighborhood Care is located at 1636 S. Madison Street in Webb City. Call 417.347.4967 for more information on services provided and whether choosing Webb City is right for you.



About the Authors

Dr. Heath Dillard and Dr. Ashley Broce are board-certified internal medicine specialists at Freeman Primary Care. Dr. Dillard received his medical degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. Ashley Broce received her medical degree at A.T. Still University of Health Sciences/Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.