Benefit from our advanced ultrasound technology that allows you to be diagnosed and treated faster. From issues in your muscles, bones and joints to blood flow and women’s health, our range of ultrasound services have you covered.
Preparing for an ultrasound scan
If this is your first visit to the ultrasound clinic then you may want to take a look at our handy guide on how to prepare for your scan. Don't forget the team are there for you should you have any questions or concerns.
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.
Refer your patients to us
Our Ultrasound Clinic offers a high quality ultrasound service to healthcare professionals in a number of ultrasound applications. The prices reflect the AECC University College commitment to the provision of training for healthcare professionals.
If possible please send referrals via Egress.
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Why choose Ultrasound?
Ultrasound images complement other forms of scans, such as X-ray images as they give a clearer picture of soft tissue muscle that don't show up as well on x-ray images.
Ultrasound scans are widely used for many different parts of the body. Most commonly used to study a developing fetus/baby, ultrasound scans can also be used to study a person's abdominal and pelvic organs, muscles and tendons.
Scans can also be used to study blood flow and to detect any narrowing or blockage of blood vessels, for example, in the neck.
The majority of ultrasound scans are noninvasive (no needles or injections). They are also
safer than other diagnostic techniques such as x-rays and CT scans as patients will not be exposed to ionizing radiation.