Additional scans are performed at the request of your midwife or doctor for reasons that are specific to your individual pregnancy.Last year our sonographers performed approximately 17,000 scans at Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital and approximately 10,000 scans at St Mary's Hospital.
Ultrasound Phone: 020 3313 3916 There are two ultrasound departments within St Mary’s Hospital: Antenatal ultrasound Phone: 020 3312 1244 Maternity ultrasound Phone: 020 3312 1233 Available from 10.00 to 18.00 Monday through Friday, the maternity helpline is operated by experienced midwives.
This has been developed to provide women and their families with direct and easy access to maternity-related information, and to help women self-refer to our maternity service.
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Our maternity ultrasound departments at Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea and St Mary's hospitals perform all ultrasound scans for women that book their maternity care with the Trust.
All women are offered a dating scan at around 12 weeks, with the option of Down's syndrome screening, and an anomaly scan between 18 weeks and 20 weeks and six days.
In addition to our regular maternity ultrasound scans, we offer 3D/4D scans of your baby, which offer moving images of your baby.
Please note that there is a charge associated with this additional service.
Ultrasound scans use high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of your baby inside the womb.
This is done by building up pictures from the return of sound waves as they bounce back from resistance they meet within your body.