Mark E. Freeman M.D.
A 1990 graduate of LSU Medical School New Orleans; Dr. Freeman’s fields of expertise include internal medicine, preventive and occupational medicine and instrument technology development. He has served as a medical and technical consultant for the development of diagnostic and treatment instrumentation, consultant and practitioner of preventive, occupational and environmental medicine, hospital and nursing home director, coroner of Iberville Parish, and adjunct professor of Kinesiology at LSU in Baton Rouge. Dr. Freeman has also owned and operated four clinics in Louisiana, and was involved in the development, operation and marketing of an innovative non-invasive scanning device for cardiac topography.
Prior to his university training, he served in the U. S. Navy, where he completed Hospital Corps School, Field Medical Service School, Fleet Marine Force Medic Training and Advanced Hospital Corps School.
Dr. Freeman resides in Broussard, La with his wife, Marie. He has 5 children and 7 grandchildren.
- Louisiana State Medical School Doctor of Medicine, May 1990. Interned at LSU Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital
- Diploma in Occupational and Environmental Medicine from University of Cincinnati School of Medicine
- More than twenty-five years in the health care industry with a record of achievement and professional advancement in highly technical and competitive environments
- Consultant and Practitioner of Preventive, Occupational and Environmental Medicine
- Medical Director, Caring Inc. and Plaquemine Caring Center, located in Louisiana
- Opened, equipped, staffed and operated four clinics in the cities of Plaquemine, Brusly, Baton Rouge and Lafayette Louisiana
- Affiliations with AMA, LMS, IPMS, AAMRO, ACOEM, LEPA, IPLEPC, ACFE, A4M
- Served as a member of the United States Navy for 6 years
- Consultant as medical control of paramedic division of offshore oil and gas industry
- Currently writing a book on optimal health titled “An Ounce of Prevention”
In Loving Memory of James A. Freeman, M.D.
More than all of his medical accolades, Dr. James was a tremendous humanitarian! Dr. Freeman gave more to his family, his friends, his community, his state and his country, than he ever expected to get in return. He was optimistic and altruistic in every way.
His purpose was to care for people’s health and wellbeing, thereby making society a better place to live. Dr. James fulfilled his purpose with loyalty, honesty and integrity. He was a man of God! He was blessed and in God’s favor. He was my Father!
James Freeman believed “Medicine is the most scientific of all the arts and the most artistic of all the sciences!”
“Diagnosis is root cause analysis, and RCA should be treated at the root!”