Welcome to Ivel Medical Centre
Ivel Medical Centre in Biggleswade aims to provide the highest quality healthcare to patients. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice.
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.
Please tell us what you think of the services the Practice offers - go to the Friends and Family Survey on the right hand side of this page and answer 1 quick question.
Good news…we’re moving!!!
Ivel Medical Centre will be moving to new, refurbished premises in the Acorn Centre on Chestnut Avenue - opposite the public car park and next to the Ambulance and Fire Stations.
The practice will not be moving until autumn of 2015 - work to refurbish the new premises will begin early in the New Year.
We will keep all patients fully informed as the project progresses – but in the meantime, please speak to a member of staff in the practice if you have any questions or concerns.
Full plans are on display in the Practice.
Ebola advice for patients
We ask that any patient who has recently travelled to any of the African countries listed here: Guinea, Liberia, Sierra leone or Nigeria and is concerned about possible Ebola infection DOES NOT ATTEND THE PRACTICE but instead please reads the below Public Health information and phones the surgery for further advice.
" Ebola should be suspected in patients who 1) have a fever of greater than 38 degrees celcius OR have a history of fever in the past 24 hours AND have recently visited any of the affected areas mentioned above within the previous 21 days OR 2) Have a fever of greater than 38 degrees OR have a history of fever in the past 24 hours AND have cared for/ come into contact with body fluids of/handled clinical specimens (blood, urine, faeces, tissues, laboratory cultures) from an individual or laboratoy animal known or strongly suspected to have Ebola or a viral haemorrhagic fever."
Important Notice for Patients on Warfarin
Due to a change in prescribing regulations you must now bring your yellow book to all medication review, Diabetic and Heart Clinic appointments. You must also bring your yellow book when collecting prescriptions from our Dispensary.
We cannot issue your prescription without having seen the book.
Care Quality Commission page on Ivel Medical Centre
(Site updated 25/02/2015)