"My family of six have always had good service from the practice for the past eighteen years..."
We are pleased to announce that The Ivy Medical Group and Apple Tree Medical Practice have merged. For many years we have had a very supportive and positive relationship together. In recent years the ever growing pressures on general practice in the UK has meant that we have been looking at working closely together to overcome those challenges and have now completed a merger.
Read more in our News Section...
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.
Download our App from the Apple App Store. It will allow you to book appoiintments 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..
Online Patient Services
"We are passionate about implementing the latest technologies to help our patients use our service and improve their health. Using our online services patients can make appointments, request medications and view medical information. To try our online services please register with our practice reception team for your log in details..."
Try our App
- 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.
July 12th 2018
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July 11th 2018
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