First visit or just haven’t seen us in a while?
Find out what happens in your appointment before you get here. Read about how you can prepare for your visit, what will happen when you get here, and what happens afterwards in our First Visit Guide.
We have put a number of safety measures in place to protect patients, staff and students, including new procedures, protective equipment and tape marking social distancing.
All appointments will be made via telephone by calling 01202 436503. Please leave a message if we are unable to answer and we will call you back as soon as possible.
All payments will need to be made over the phone by debit/credit card
Treatments and Services
Our Ultrasound Clinic offers a variety of scans and services so you can get started on the road to recovery. See what we can do for you and how to be referred with our Treatments and Services.
Find out more about our Ultrasound Services
Following the Prime Minister's announcement on the 23rd March, the campus and ultrasound clinic is now closed until further notice.
You must call 111 or access the NHS 111 online service for advice here:
NHS 111 online - About coronavirus (COVID-19)
If we need to cancel your appointment, we will contact you.
What is an Ultrasound scan?
Ultrasound scans are painless and noninvasive procedures that use high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the inside of your body - a sonogram, or ‘sound-drawing’. You’ll likely recognise these scanners as they’re commonly used with pregnant women to check-up on babies in the womb.
Our team of trained sonographers, radiologists and healthcare professionals are there to support you through your scan. We use ultrasound to diagnose conditions, and plan and assess treatments to get you on the road to recovery.
We offer both standard and 4D ultrasound, which uses the same intensity involved in standard ultrasound scans, and both forms are perfectly safe.
Ultrasound scans are really useful if you have issues with pain, swelling, or infections, or problems with blood flow as it takes images of the internal organs and displays them on a screen in real time. The radiologist or sonographer can interact with your body during the scan to help get clear results and you can see what’s happening. Find out more about the scans mentioned here and their related costs.
How to find us
You can find us in Cavendish House on the AECC University College campus. We are located to the left of the main building.
There’s free parking onsite (car park 1) and on the roads around the campus, so there’s no problem if you’re planning on driving, just follow our address:
School of Radiology
We are open daily, Monday to Friday: 8.45am – 5pm.
The School of Radiology team look look forward to welcoming you to AECC University College Ultrasound Clinic.
Get in Touch
Want to know more about our Ultrasound scanner and services, need to ask a question about our services? Please do get in touch today.
Call: 01202 436 503
Or leave us a message on the form below.
Should you wish to refer a patient to AECC University College Ultrasound Clinic, please download a referral form.