Billing, Financial Assistance & Insurance
Our mission is to provide you with the highest quality, most cost-effective health care services in central Iowa.
Mary Greeley Medical Center is committed to providing quality healthcare services to all who reside in our service area regardless of ability to pay. To assist those in financial need, we have Financial Counselors available to facilitate our financial assistance application process.
Healthcare for Uninsured & Underinsured
Primary Health Care Inc is a nonprofit community health center dedicated to serving the medically insured, uninsured and underinsured with their health care needs. Primary Health Care offers services including medical, dental, pharmacy and behavioral health with several offices in central Iowa, including Ames and Marshalltown.
Healthcare Marketplace Counseling
Mary Greeley has a team of Marketplace Certified Application Counselors to help you understand, apply and enroll for health coverage through the Marketplace. With their help, you can make informed health coverage decisions while considering such matters as affordability, provider networks, and coverage for certain illnesses.
Mary Greeley is also a Presumptive Medicaid Eligibility Provider, helping potentially eligible applicants with an easily accessible method of establishing Medicaid eligibility. Mary Greeley offers qualified counselors for this program as well.
To set up your free appointment or get more information, you may email us or call 515-239-2111.
Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)
Choosing Medicare and related health care coverage can be challenging. That's why Mary Greeley Medical Center offers confidential, one-on-one counseling from trained SHIIP volunteers who have been in your shoes. This free, confidential service provides people on Medicare and concerned relatives or friends with objective information about their health insurance needs.
Our SHIIP counselors can help find answers to questions pertaining to Medicare, Medicare supplement insurance, long term care insurance, and other health insurance issues.
SHIIP counselors help to answer questions such as:
- I'm retiring. What kind of health insurance do I need?
- I can't make sense of my Medicare statements and medical bills. What do I do next?
- I've been considering long term care insurance, but is it a good option for me?
- Do I need a Medicare supplement policy?
- How can I help my parents with health insurance?
For more information, you may request an appointment by calling 515-239-2322 or visit State of Iowa SHIIP Program.