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NHS Ultrasound Services at Park Surgery 

This centre offers a choice of ultrasound scans on the NHS under the AQP (any qualified provider) initiative. 

You must be referred by your GP.

Most scans are performed within two weeks of being referred.

These include:

  • Gynaecology
  • General abdominal
  • Prostate
  • Musculo-skeletal
  • Vascular
  • Small Parts – which include testes, thyroid, lumps & bumps and hernias.

Private Ultrasound Services at Park Surgery

Park Surgery also offers private scans in pregnancy and gynaecology, provided by Sally Hill, Director of Diagnostic Ultrasound Services.

Both obstetric and gynaecological scans can be done privately without a referral from your GP.

Early Viability and Dating Scan

 5 to 10 weeks 

Combined Test for Downs Syndrome Screening 

 11 to 14 weeks 

 

Blood is taken any time from 10 weeks to enable the sonographer to discuss the combined test results at the time of your scan. This is the most accurate way of assessing Downs’s syndrome.

Further testing can be arranged if appropriate.

(Includes nasal bone screening and can include early gender determination 95% accurate.)

Harmony Blood Test for Downs Syndrome Screening 

 10 to 40 weeks 

Fetal Anomaly Scan (Can include gender determination 100% accurate)

 16 to 40 weeks 

Fetal Wellbeing Scan plus/minus 4D pictures (Can include gender determination from 16 weeks) 

 14 to  40 weeks

Pelvic Scan

 

Further Information

For further information or appointments please telephone:

Sally Hill: Mob: 07811 695651 Email: ultrasound.scan@gmail.com  

For detailed information please see: www.diagnosticultrasound.org.uk 

This centre has been approved by The Fetal Medicine Foundation, London. Director: Professor K. Nicolaides

 
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