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The Ivy Medical Group

"Committed to providing outstanding care, offering the very best, courteous, accessible and responsive services to all of our patients, families and carers."

The Ivy Medical Group has been established in Burton Joyce and Lowdham since 2006. We look after approximately just over 7200 patients located in Burton Joyce, Lowdham and surrounding villages. We are a training practice for the University of Nottingham and are active in supporting our local health community. Our vision is to provide the very best primary medical services with a focus on family health and continuity of care. Our medical and nursing team have a wide variety of expertise and experience in providing holistic care. Our practice is actively involved in the commissioning of local health care committed to ensuring the very highest quality of care for our patients.

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Download our app from the Apple App Store. It will allow you to book appointments and request medicaltions online, read our news feeds and our twitter feeds as well as use map navigation to find our branches. More features coming soon..

Features:
Book online appointments and request medications online.
View the practice News and Twiter Feed.
Mapping to each branch surgery and Apple Maps Navigation to get you there.
Receive Notifications from the surgery with useful information and reminders.
Sharing for news articles.
Today App Widget to display the latest news article on your home screen.
Apple watch and iMessage App allowing extended functionality.
Get it on Google Play

Practice News

By The Ivy Medical Group

Isolation Note For Your Employer

March 30th 2020
Isolation note for your employer
2 months ago

Prescription Collection

March 26th 2020
Prescription Collection
2 months ago

Coronavirus - NHS Text Message

March 24th 2020
NHS England text message
2 months ago

Updated Coronavirus Guidance

March 17th 2020
Updated guidance for Coronavirus for 17th of March 2020
2 months ago

Coronavirus - UK now in Delay Phase.

March 13th 2020
Delay Phase for Coronavirus. What does that mean?
3 months ago

Coronavirus Advice to Contact 111

March 12th 2020
Advice to Contact 111 for Coronavirus
3 months ago

Coronavirus Update

March 12th 2020
Coronavirus Update
3 months ago

Wuhan Novel Coronavirus

February 16th 2020
Coronavirus Information
3 months ago

Flu Vaccination Season 2019

September 13th 2019
Flu vaccine overview
9 months ago

NHS News

By NHS Choices

Brain inflammation linked to uncommon type of 'early-onset' dementia

March 18th 2020
'Inflammation in the brain ‘linked to several forms of dementia' ITV News reports
2 months ago

Letting babies "cry it out" does not affect behaviour in later life, reports study

March 17th 2020
A new study suggests that leaving babies to "cry it out" occasionally does not have much impact on future crying, and does not affect a baby's attachment to its mother, or future behaviour.
2 months ago

Young people who vape may be more likely to start smoking

March 12th 2020
Read more about how vaping in young people affects their risk of smoking in later life.
3 months ago

Babies' sleep problems may raise chances of anxiety later in childhood

March 11th 2020
A new Australian study has looked at nearly 1,500 mother-child pairs to see whether babies with persistent and severe sleep problems were more likely to show signs of mental health problems in later childhood.
3 months ago

Being tall and lean as a child linked to increased risk of endometriosis

March 10th 2020
'Girls who are tall and lean in childhood are more at risk of later developing endometriosis, research has found' The Guardian reports
3 months ago

Eating an egg a day does not raise risk of heart attack or stroke

March 5th 2020
In a new study, researchers used dietary information from 215,618 people in the US. They found no evidence that people eating an egg a day had a higher risk of heart attack or stroke than people who rarely or never ate eggs, once their overall diet and lifestyle was taken into account.
3 months ago

"No evidence" that full-fat milk and dairy products lead to overweight children

March 4th 2020
"No evidence" that full-fat milk and dairy products lead to overweight children.
3 months ago

Frequent teeth brushing may be linked with lower risk of diabetes

March 3rd 2020
"Brushing your teeth THREE times a day could ward off diabetes," reports the Mail Online on a study looking at more than 180,000 people in South Korea.
3 months ago

Sugary fizzy drinks could affect your cholesterol level

February 27th 2020
"One fizzy drink per day can cause a heart attack" warns Metro, while the Mail Online claims that "Just one full-fat fizzy drink a day in your 40s may 'increase your risk of a heart attack or stroke'"
3 months ago
Burton Joyce
Lambley Lane Surgery
6 Lambley Lane
Burton Joyce
Nottingham
United Kingdon
NG14 5BG
P:0115 9312500

Opening Times:

DayAmPM
Monday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Tuesday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Wednesday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Thursday08.15 12.3014.00 18.30
Friday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Burton Joyce
Apple Tree Surgery
4 Wheatsheaf Court
Burton Joyce
Nottingham
United Kingdon
NG14 5EA
P:0115 9312929

Opening Times:

DayAmPM
Monday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Tuesday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Wednesday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Thursday08.15 12.30closed
Friday08.15 13.0014.00 18.30
Lowdham
Lowdham Medical Centre
Francklin Road
Lowdham
Nottingham
United Kingdon
NG14 7BG
P:0115 9664120

Opening Times:

DayAmPM
Monday08.15 12.3014.00 18.30
Tuesday08.15 12.3014.00 18.30
Wednesday08.15 12.3014.00 18.30
Thursday08.15 12.30Closed
Friday08.15 12.3014.00 18.30
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