Frequently Asked Questions
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Ultrasound was first introduced into the Medical world in the 1960’s. There are no known side effects from having an ultrasound performed for medical imaging purposes. However it is recommended your ultrasound should only be performed by an accredited sonographer, or trained medical practitioner, as they will apply techniques to ensure that your ultrasound is a safe procedure and performed only when clinically necessary.
You will need to bring your referral slip from your Doctor and your Medicare card. Your referral will entitle you to maximum benefits payable from Medicare or your Health Fund.
Please check with the reception staff for current prices when booking your appointment. All payments are required on the day of your appointment.
Images and short videos can now be sent to your mobile phone directly after your ultrasound. This means you can share the images with friends and family immediately.
We have both male and female staff members. If you require a specific gender to perform your ultrasound, please let the reception staff know when booking your appointment.
The report will be faxed, emailed or posted to the Doctor who referred you. Because the images are digital we will keep them in your file on our computer. You will then need to discuss the results with your referring Doctor.