Please choose your scan carefully, checking the week ranges for your scan before you book.
Please note that the prices above are accurate as of August 2022. Please book an appointment with Dr. Penman to discuss further details.
How long are the appointments?
Appointment times vary depending on the scan you are having. The viability scan itself is around 5-7 minutes, with discussion before and after. This will give you plenty of time to ask any questions, discuss anything you are concerned about. The later scans take longer, as Dr Penman will perform a full scan on your baby, checking every aspect of your baby’a growth and development.
When you arrive at HTC you will be welcomed by a member of the staff who will check you in and let Dr. Penman know you have arrived. The time you have booked for your appointment is the time you will be seen – there are no waiting times when you book to see Dr. Penman privately. Dr. Penman will come to greet you and show you to the scan room. He will answer any questions you may have about your scan and your baby’s health and growth.
Who conducts the gynaecology consultations and procedures?
Dr. Penman, Consultant Fetal Medicine Specialist, conducts the gynaecology consultations and procedures.
Dr. Penman has over 25 years experience as a Consultant Gynaecologist and Fetal Medicine Specialist. He has a fully private baby scan and gynaecology clinic based in Kent, England, and specialises in numerous areas, including prenatal screening and diagnosis of fetal abnormalities, recurrent miscarriage, and infertility.
Dr. Penman will conduct the appointment and help you decide on the best course of treatment for you, including whether or not you need to have further tests or investigations.
What is Included in the Scan Package?
Dr Penman will take images throughout the scan, saving them on a CD. He will also perform 3D/4D/5D which will be saved onto a DVD (not in the viability scan). Dr Penman will give you a full scan report (explaining everything to you), a presentation image on a card, more printout images, a CD, and DVD.