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Organizations in Ames and Story County are invited to participate in a moment of silence to commemorate lives lost to COVID-19.
Austin Woodin, has been appointed to the Mary Greeley Board of Trustees. Woodin fills the vacancy created by Brad Heemstra, who stepped down following 12 years of service.
Dr. Doug Lake, McFarland Clinic radiologist, will do a presentation on “Demystifying Breast Cancer Screening” on Tuesday, May 7, at 6:30 p.m. in the Ames City Auditorium.
Magnet recognition is considered the gold standard for nursing and the highest honor given by the ANCC. Mary Greeley is one of seven hospitals in Iowa to earn this recognition, and is the only hospital in central Iowa to have it.
Mary Greeley Medical Center was awarded a State Innovation Model-Iowa grant that will help support healthier eating in Ames and Story County.
A new Mary Greeley-managed facility expands community mental health services.
Mary Greeley has received a $10,000 grant from Variety – the Children’s Charity to fund the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Prevention Sleep Sacks and Education Program.
Mary Greeley Medical Center has been recognized for best practices related to patient and customer service by the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award program.
If you’re afraid you might have a hernia, be sure to attend “Hernia-Ween” at Mary Greeley Medical Center. Dr. James Partridge, McFarland Clinic general surgeon, will perform free hernia screenings and speak on “The Benefits of Robotic Hernia Repair.”
Each issue of Mary Greeley Medical Center’s Health Connect magazine is filled with compelling patient stories, the latest news on new patient care technology and programs, and helpful health information.