Making an appointment
We are available from 8am – 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am to 3pm on Saturdays, to answer any questions which you may have or to take appointments.
When calling to make an appointment or to enquire about our services, it is always advisable to try to call from a quiet location where you can ask questions and listen to the instructions for your appointment without being disturbed. You will need to have a pen and paper ready to note down any instructions that we give you and you will need to provide us with a phone number that we can reach you on.
A referral from your doctor is not necessary to make an appointment but if you do have a letter or any test results, please bring them with you.
If you think you are possibly around 14 weeks pregnant, prior to booking an appointment, we may require that you fax us a copy of an ultrasound report from an accredited ultrasound clinic. The report should ideally be less than two weeks old and is required to accurately date the pregnancy. This is most important if you are travelling from the country. A referral for an ultrasound scan can be arranged through your local doctor. Although we do perform an ultrasound scan at the clinic prior to your procedure, a report received in advance allows us to assess any potential risk factors and to provide you with accurate instructions regarding the duration of treatment and the fee involved.