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Please note, any patient attending with respiratory or viral symptoms, or who has not spoken to a clinician prior to attending, will be required to wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth as part of ongoing infection, prevention and control measures

In order to protect our staff and vulnerable patients, if you actually have covid, please do not enter the building - if you need attention, always ring us first - view poster

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1. HELLO and welcome!

We are Ivy Grove Surgery, a group practice of family doctors, based at the Church Farm Primary Care Centre in Ripley, Derbyshire, here in the East Midlands. SHOW

We hope our website will provide you with all the information you need in order to use our services effectively.

Feel free to browse using the navigation at the top or left hand side of the page.

Find out about our surgery, the local area we cover and how to register with us.

You will also find useful help and advice, be able to check your symptoms, a list of useful contacts and our collection of patient newsletters. You can also download administrative forms and leaflets from our site and order repeat prescriptions and book appointments online.

We look forward to providing you and your family with high quality and friendly medical care.

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INFO (AUG 2022)

We are under critical pressure and very
short-staffed due to multiple GP vacancies
and lack of locum availability. Please
consider how to access the right help:

Self-refer | Get help | Latest news |
Get mental health support

If we are full for the day, you can still ring
111, attend an urgent treatment centre
or call us and you will be assessed on
the basis of clinical need and urgency.

Ring 111 | Urgent Treatment Centre |
Seriously ill | Cancer symptoms

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