We are operating as normal but are taking all appropriate precautions and complying with
Government COVIDSafe regulations to ensure a safe and healthy environment for patients and staff.
We are screening every patient prior to attending
their appointment. Our rooms are sanitised daily with extra cleaning of high touch-point areas. Hand sanitizer and sanitized pens are provided for each patient.
Air purification systems with internal UV-C
have been installed in the waiting and ultrasound rooms.
Social distancing is in effect,
temperatures are checked on arrival and the wearing of face masks is mandatory by patients and accompanying person whilein the waiting room and during
We have implemented the following
Requesting patients with pre-booked appointments to call ahead of the appointment if experiencing any of
the COVID-19 symptoms - fever (+ 37.5 deg. C), cough or shortness of breath, sore throat, aches and pains, loss of taste or smell (see health.gov.au) or have been in contact with another person with known or suspected of COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
Requesting patients to attend the appointment alone or strictly one support person (adult) to attend
and for the support person to be free of all COVID-19 symptoms and comply with all screening criteria.
Strictly no children under age 16 to attend the appointment.
Requesting patients and any support person to wear a face mask, disposable masks will be provided if
necessary but it is advised to bring your own face mask.
Ensure you have responded to your SMS appointment confirmation as evidence of your appointment, if
asked to show evidence by authorities.
Support person will be required to provide contact details using our QR Code, to comply with DHHS
regulations for the purpose of contact tracing
On the day of your appointment, you may be asked to wait outside the waiting room for a short period to comply
with social distancing rules.
Our reception staff will be asking screening
questions ahead of appointments. We’re confident that patients will understand why they are asked to wear a mask or asked to defer appointments if they are experiencing any COVID-19
Our Doctors and Sonographers will be wearing
P2/N95 masks as protective equipment.
Ultrasound for Women isnot equipped to cater for infection isolation, therefore if you are concerned you may have been exposed to COVID-19, you should contact your GP, referring doctor or the
emergency department immediately.
Our priority is keeping our patients and staff
members safe whilst maintaining the highest standards of ultrasound imaging and service. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact our helpful staff on