Recognised by Birmingham City University as an approved teaching centre for the Training of Midwives who will qualify for the award of Certificate, Diploma, and Masters Degree in Diagnostic Ultrasound.
Dr Christie, an Aberdonian, graduate of Aberdeen University and Dundee University is the most experienced ultrasound baby scanning operator in Scotland. He has been at the forefront of ultrasound development and application since 1965 and is internationally recognised for his experience and expertise.
He introduced the first routine 20 week anomaly scans into the UK NHS in 1974
He was Head of the Department of Obstetric Ultrasound at the University of Dundee Medical School from 1970 to 1995..
In recent years he has held posts as Professor of Diagnostic Ultrasound at the Universities of Malaysia, Singapore, Bangkok, Istanbul, Zagreb and Thomas Jefferson in Philadelphia. He has also been guest Professor over a period of many years at Copenhagen University Hospital.
Professor Ian Donald of Glasgow University
who was the scanning pioneer and the inspiration for my interest in the development and progressive application of ultrasound diagnostics and management in:
WE OFFER THE EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE OF 3D / 4D SCANNING ACQUIRED OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS, SINCE DUNDEE ESTABLISHED THE FIRST 3D SCANNING MACHINE IN THE UK (1993).
WE DO NOT EMPLOY LESS-EXPERIENCED STAFF FROM ELSEWHERE
OUR FEES COVER NECESSARY EXPENSES ONLY
Family children aged 5 or more may enjoy sharing the experience of viewing the new developing baby.
Recent experiences have emphasised that children younger than 5 years have shown no interest, and as a result, have invariably become disruptive and noisy. This makes concentration / scanning impossible at times.
Consequently, for Health and Safety reasons, and avoidance of wasted scanning times, we must request that children under 5 years of age should not be present at scanning appointments.
This is a family-run business, dedicated to offering a superior service at the lowest possible cost.
We do not employ part-time technicians ("sonographers") etc, from NHS sources.
Neither do we use cheaper portable scanners, which may restrict image quality.