When considering which Medicare insurance plan to choose, the first step is to make sure you work with a licensed insurance agent that understands Medicare and the supplemental plan choices. The knowledgeable staff of Medicare specialists at Rhodes-Warden Insurance can assist individuals who qualify for Medicare to choose a plan that best fits their needs. We work closely with our customers to provide personal and trustworthy service. Allow us to share our knowledge about the options so you can confidently choose a Medicare insurance plan that represents the greatest value to you.
We have three convenient office locations to serve you and make it easy to reach us. Call us at (541) 258-2131 during our business hours of Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or simply complete our contact request form and we will call you to schedule an appointment at one of our offices in Lebanon, Albany or Stayton, Oregon.
At Rhodes-Warden Insurance Agency we take great pride in our long history of serving the insurance needs of individuals, families and business owners throughout the beautiful Willamette Valley, Oregon. As an independent insurance agency since 1961 we offer a choice of multiple insurance companies, coverages, price and more. We focus on helping our clients find the insurance coverage they need at the best price.
We know that there are many options when the time comes to select an insurance agency to work with. We continually earn the trust of our customers through timely communication, personal relationships and involvement in the communities in which we live. When you are working with Rhodes-Warden Insurance, you work with insurance professionals who live, raise their families and work in your communities.
Because we are local, we are also involved in local charities and organizations that benefit the people where we live. As a local independent insurance agency, we believe that if we put our time and money where it matters most, we all benefit. Our Rhodes-Warden motto is “Locally Owned - Community Focused”.