Cardiac Care

Find the expertise and services you need to treat heart-related problems at Mary Greeley Medical Center. Expect highly skilled, compassionate cardiac and vascular care from board-certified cardiologists who are members of McFarland Clinic and Iowa Heart Clinic.

Know your Risk

If you’re worried about your heart, it’s best to talk to your physician about steps to take and tests to perform. A CardioScore is a noninvasive test to determine your risk of heart disease. Request an appointment by calling 515-239-2131.

Request an Appointment

Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Conditions

Access exceptional care in Ames, close to your home. Depending on your condition and other factors, you may benefit from:

Cardiac Catherization Lab, which provides interventional cardiology and diagnostic services used to detect and sometimes treat cardiovascular problems using advanced technology and less invasive techniques.

Medical/Telemetry Unit, which provides specialized inpatient care if you need continuous heart monitoring. Inpatient means you stay overnight in the hospital for care. During your stay in the unit, you’re connected to telemetry equipment that monitors the activity of your heart. Entrust your safety and well-being to nurses with advanced training, including certification in basic electrocardiography and advanced cardiac life support.

Cardiac Rehabilitation: Restore your health after a heart attack when you take part in a program certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

We Are Ready for You

Bob's Cardiac Story, Video Preview - Click image to play YouTube Video

Bob Severson was ready to play tennis. He was not ready for a heart attack.

But after collapsing on the court, he found out how important immediate medical attention is. He also found out that Mary Greeley was ready for him.

Listen to Bob's Story

Dr Sorrentino Ablation Preview - Click image to play YouTube Video

Watch an Ablation

Learn more about cardiac ablation, and watch Dr. Denise Sorrentino perform the procedure.

Talk to a Nurse

Call our 24/7 First Nurse phone line to speak with a medical professional and get advice right away.