In commong with many other organisations and services, we hold regular training days for our staff. These are for the benefit of our staff and to improve patient care. We hold these generally once a month on a Wednesday afternoon.
Visit our General Practice 2.0 page for detailed information on how we are managing your specific conditions during the coronavirus pandemic or type ivy.gs/gp2.
Help yourself get through winter by visiting our dedicated winter illness page, which has many resources and links to helpful sites and leaflet downloads.
We are unable to provide a minor injury service to patients. We would kindly ask that any patient with an injury or with a condition that can be seen at the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU), to present themselves directly to the local MIU, which is at Ripley Hospital, Slack Lane.
Minor Injuries Unit 01773 571403
Please visit our extensive self-care resources on our website as you might find the answer you are looking for.
Please notify us immediately of any change of name, address or telephone number so that we may update our records. Telephone numbers, including a current mobile number, are very important for emergency purposes, particularly if a patient is ex-directory. Please use our contact form or ring or write to us (address and telephone number shown below).
For some reason, NHS England/government require GPs, who are self-employed contractors to the NHS, to declare their income. This ridiculous and contemptible piece of contractual regulation does not apply to any other worker in the NHS and has absolutely nothing at all to do with good patient care. Ivy Grove Surgery complies with this requirement by publishing GP earnings on its website, but you're going to have to look for it. witch-burning link
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