Important notice:

Please note that whilst attending an appointment at Babyvision wearing of a face covering will still be in place (unless you are medically exempt – if this is the case please contact the clinic prior to your appointment, additional precautions will need to be arranged).

This is because of the additional risks during pregnancy

We are currently offering all of our scan services

You may bring a maximum of 3 people with you to your scan (there are no age limits, anyone over the age of 11 will be required to wear a mask).

You and your guests will be required to wear a mask throughout the appointment time. If you feel you are unable to comply with this you MUST contact the clinic prior to your scan to discuss alternative arrangements that may/will be required.


On arrival at Babyvision

Please can you try to attend your appointment on time (no more than 10 minutes prior to your appointment time). This is to ensure we do not have too many people in our waiting area at anyone time.

Entering the clinic

You and your guests will be required to wear a Type IIR fluid repellent mask, which will be provided by Babyvision (free of charge with your scan).

Please note social distancing is still practiced in our clinic.

Cancellation policy

If you are unable to attend Babyvision due to the development of the symptoms of Covid-19, Babyvision will cancel your appointment with no cancellation fee incurred and will rearrange for an appropriate date if you wish

Cancellation of services

We will do our best to fulfil all appointments that are booked, however if staff within Babyvision are required to self-isolate or if Government guidelines change it may be necessary to cancel/change your appointment at short notice. This is not something we do lightly, however it may be necessary to protect our clients.

Please be aware that this information may change in-line with Government guidance, we may need to change our advice

Please note your Babyvision scan should not be used as a replacement for any hospital appointment/scan

A good source of information can be found the RCOG website