Complete right bundle branch block (CRBBB) occurs in 0.2% to 1.3% of the general population, but its prognostic significance in the geriatric population is unknown. We prospectively investigated the prevalence and prognostic value of CRBBB in individuals aged ≥65 years in a community-based population in Taiwan. A total of 5,830 community-dwelling individuals were prospectively recruited from 7 regions across Taiwan starting in December 2008 through March 2013. Those aged ≥65 years were included in the analysis (N=3,383). All subjects underwent a home visit and standardized medical exams and were followed up annually until the end of April 2019; cause of death was documented by citizen death records. The mean age of the study cohort was 73.5±5.9 years (65-104), and 47.21% were men. Among these individuals, 171 (5.05%) had CRBBB; the prevalence was higher in men (7.08%) than in women (3.25%). Subjects with CRBBB were older than those without CRBBB (75.4±6.5 vs. 73.4±5.9), and the frequency of CRBBB increased with age. Survival analysis revealed that all-cause mortality and cardiac mortality were similar in individuals with and without CRBBB during a mean follow-up of 92.6±23.6 months. CRBBB is not associated with increased risk of mortality in the geriatric population.