Older Adult Services

Older Adult Services at Mary Greeley Medical Center focuses on improving the quality of life for older adults through education, support, prevention, and counseling.

  • AARP Driver Safety Program

    Just as teenage drivers have limitations and new skills to learn, older drivers may have changing physical conditions that impact their safety on the road. Mary Greeley Medical Center hosts two annual AARP Driver Safety Programs designed to keep older drivers' skills and knowledge up to date. 

  • Meals on Wheels

    Volunteers with Meals on Wheels deliver a hot, nutritious meal, prepared by the Dietary Department of Mary Greeley Medical Center.

  • Prime Time Alive

    Prime Time Alive is a membership program to help those aged 50 and better live well and age well.

  • Senior Health Clinics

    Seniors often have health conditions that need regular attention—but they may have impaired mobility, reduced transportation options, and limited budgets. That’s why Mary Greeley Medical Center offers regular, monthly Senior Health Clinics.

  • Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)

    Health insurance can be confusing for anyone. Issues surrounding Medicare, Medicare supplement insurance, long-term care insurance, and other health insurance can be particularly frustrating. Our Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) counselors can help you navigate these complex programs.

Get Started Today!

Learn more about Mary Greeley Medical Center Older Adult Services. Call us at 515-239-2423 in Ames or 800-303-9574 from anywhere in Iowa.

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  • First Nurse: Talk to one of our nurses 24 hours a day for free health care advice, resources and referrals! Call 515-239-6877 or 800-524-6877.
  • Health Library: Search our online library containing information on health conditions, medications, medical tests, and more.