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  • Navan | ScanClinic | Cavan, Navan & Drogheda

    Navan Clinic Home / Navan Clinic Opening Times WEEKDAYS Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm Contact Information EMAIL navan@scanclinic.ie PHONE 046 904 6400 ADDRESS ScanClinic 2 Belfry View, Church Hill, Navan, Co. Meath C15 W4CF

  • Aortic Aneurysm Screening Ultrasound

    Aortic Aneurysm Screening Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Aortic Aneurysm Screening Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Major Blood Vessels PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an abdominal aortic aneurysm screening ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More The aorta is the major artery in the body. Ultrasound screening of the abdominal aorta is usually performed for clients with a strong family history of abdominal aortic aneurysm or in whom an abdominal aortic aneurysm is clinically suspected. Ultrasound is also performed to follow-up smaller abdominal aortic aneurysms to ensure that they are not growing rapidly. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • GDPR Policies | ScanClinic | Cavan, Navan & Drogheda

    GDPR We take GDPR very seriously and we endeavor to ensure your data is retained and stored safely and securely. It will only ever be used for the purposes of contacting you in relation to our services and will never be sold or passed on to a third party. ​ You can make a data request on the form on this page to receive a copy of the data we have on file for you. DISCLOSURE OF YOUR INFORMATION Other than as expressly set out in this Privacy Policy or as otherwise required or permitted by law, we will not share, sell or distribute any of the information you provide to us without your consent. You should note that information posted on the public elements of the Service may be visible by users of the Service throughout the world. You should therefore be careful when submitting information about yourself to the Service. We may disclose your personal information: ​ (i) to any third party to whom disclosure is necessary to enable us to fulfil your orders and provide you with any service to which you have subscribed via the Service; (ii) where required to do so by law or court order; and (iii) to any person to whom disclosure is necessary to enable us to enforce our rights under this Privacy Policy or under our Terms and Conditions. We may disclose your personal information to Facebook Inc in order to fulfil the Services. You can review Facebook’s Terms of Service here https://www.facebook.com/ads/manage/customaudiences/tos.php HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION? In common with a number of other websites, the data that we collect from you may be transferred to a cloud service provider which has data servers which are based outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”). By submitting your personal data, you agree to this transfer and the storing and/or processing of your personal data on these servers. We will take all steps Privacy Policy. Appropriate security measures will be adopted to protect your information from access by unauthorized persons and against unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction and damage. However, you acknowledge that data transmission over the internet is inherently insecure and that we cannot guarantee the security of data you send over the internet. Your information will only be held for a reasonable period or as long as the law requires or permits. Request your Data. First Name Last Name Email Phone Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • Abdominal Ultrasound

    Abdominal Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Abdominal Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Liver Gallbladder Spleen Kidneys Pancreas PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an abdominal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More Ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your abdomen including the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, abdominal aorta and, sometimes, the urinary bladder. Bowel conditions may sometimes be diagnosed but, in general, the bowel is poorly evaluated with ultrasound as it contains gas. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For an abdominal ultrasound examination you are required to have an empty stomach at the time of the examination. This means that you will need to fast for at least 6 hours before your appointed time. A small amount of clear fluid is allowed and you should take any prescribed medications as normal before your scan. Please inform us in advance of your scan if you are diabetic as we will provide you with an early morning appointment. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Referral Thank You Page | ScanClinic | Cavan, Navan & Drogheda

    Thank You for your Referral Thank You for your Referral You will soon receive an email confirming your details and the referral, you cannot edit your referrals however you can resubmit a referral in your Account. Once your referral has been reviewed you will receive another email. Home

  • Subject Access Request | ScanClinic | Cavan, Navan & Drogheda

    Subject Access Requests Data Subject Access Request As set out in the Privacy Policy, you have the following rights in relation to the Personal Data we hold about you. Right of Access to the data – also known as a Subject Access Request. Right to have any inaccurate information rectified or erased. Right to complain to the Data Protection Commissioner. You can exercise any of these rights by sending a Data Subject Request by contacting the DPO at ScanClinic: John Lyng, Chief Executive Officer and Data Protection Officer at info@scanclinic.ie or +353 (41) 213 2123. We will acknowledge Data Subject Requests within 1 month from receipt of your valid Request. We will not charge a fee for any requests, provided we do not consider them to be unjustified or excessive. If we do consider these to be unjustified or excessive, we may charge a reasonable fee (also applicable for multiple copies) or refuse the request. Download S.A.R. Form We may need to request specific information from you to help us confirm your identity and exercise your rights. This is an appropriate security measure to ensure that Personal Data is not disclosed to any person who has no right to receive it. We may refuse to comply with the request but only in accordance with our rights under Data Privacy Legislation. You are entitled to contact the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner if we refuse your request. Right of Access If Scan Clinic confirm we are processing your Personal Data, then we will provide you with a copy of that Personal Data information. If you require additional copies we may need to charge a reasonable fee. Right to Erasure You can request to erase your entire health record however in some case this may need to be reviewed and brought further for consideration due to legal-medical requirements. Right to Data Portability From May 25th 2018 you have the right, in certain circumstances to obtain Personal Data you have provided us with (in a structured and commonly used and machine readable format) and reuse it elsewhere or ask us to transfer this to a third party of your choice. Right to Complain to the Data Protection Commissioner If you are not satisfied with how we have dealt with your request you are entitled to make a complaint to the Data Protection Commissioner who may take the matter up on your behalf. Privacy Policy

  • Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasound

    Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Testicles Kidneys PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a scrotal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More A scrotal ultrasound examination is usually performed to look for a cause of scrotal/testicular pain or to evaluate a scotal lump or bump. During this examination the testes and epididymides and their supporting structures are evaluated. The kidneys are also routinely imaged. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Refer your Client | ScanClinic | Cavan & Navan

    Refer Your Client Home / Referrals Referrals are accepted from medical practitioners and physiotherapists . We aim to provide same-week ultrasound scan appointments and our team of specialist consultant radiologists provide 24-48hr turn-around of ultrasound reports once an examination has been performed. All of our consultant radiologists are experienced permanent HSE consultants who have trained extensively both nationally and internationally in the UK, the US and in Canada. The range of diagnostic ultrasound services we provide includes all general medical ultrasound examinations including abdominal, pelvic, thyroid, soft tissue, scrotal, musculoskeletal and paediatric ultrasound scans. We also provide a comprehensive IVF monitoring service for clients undergoing fertility treatment. Referral Methods Healthlink: Search ScanClinic & choose Ultrasound (Cavan), Ultrasound (Drogheda) or Ultrasound (Navan) Secure Email (Healthmail): scanclinic.cavan@healthmail.ie scanclinic.navan@healthmail.ie scanclinic.drogheda@healthmail.ie By Post: ScanClinic Unit 2, Town Hall Place, Town Hall Street, Cavan, Co. Cavan H12 P3C2 Scan Clinic, Unit 2, Belfry View, Church Hill, Navan, Co. Meath. C15 W4CF Unit 6, Hilltop Neighbourhood Centre, Rathmullan Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth, A92 KVP8 All examinations are performed by Consultant Radiologists or Sonographers with general and subspecialist experience in diagnostic radiology. All examinations will be reported by highly experienced Consultant Radiologists on the same day the examination is performed. Reports will be emailed securely through Healthmail directly to your surgery.

  • IVF Monitoring Scans

    IVF Monitoring Scans Contact Us < Back IVF Monitoring Scans Areas / Organs Covered Bladder Uterus & Ovaries Bladder PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an IVF Monitoring Scan? Read Less Read More Patients beginning worked up for or undergoing IVF (in vitro fertilisation) require a baseline pelvic ultrasound examination and sometimes subseqent serial ultrasound scan to track follicle development. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For your pelvic ultrasound examination you are required to have a full bladder at the time of the examination. Drink plenty of clear fluids in the hour leading up to your appointment. A transvaginal (internal) scan will be required to obtain detailed images of the ovaries and uterus as part an IVF monitoring scan and we may ask you to empty your bladder midway through the examination. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Neck / Thyroid Gland Ultrasound

    Neck / Thyroid Gland Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Neck / Thyroid Gland Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Neck PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a neck / thyroid gland examination? Read Less Read More Ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your neck including the thyroid gland, the lymph nodes, the salivary glands and other structures. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Abdominal Ultrasound

    Abdominal Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Abdominal Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Liver Gallbladder Spleen Kidneys Pancreas PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an abdominal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More Ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your abdomen including the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, abdominal aorta and, sometimes, the urinary bladder. Bowel conditions may sometimes be diagnosed but, in general, the bowel is poorly evaluated with ultrasound as it contains gas. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For an abdominal ultrasound examination you are required to have an empty stomach at the time of the examination. This means that you will need to fast for at least 6 hours before your appointed time. A small amount of clear fluid is allowed and you should take any prescribed medications as normal before your scan. Please inform us in advance of your scan if you are diabetic as we will provide you with an early morning appointment. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Pelvic Ultrasound

    Pelvic Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Pelvic Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Bladder Uterus & Ovaries Kidneys PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a pelvic ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More Ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your pelvis including the womb (uterus), the ovaries and the urinary bladder. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For a pelvic ultrasound examination you are required to have a full bladder at the time of the examination. Drink plenty of clear fluids in the hour leading up to your appointment. If a transvaginal (internal) scan is required we may ask you to empty your bladder midway through the examination. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist within 24-48hrs of the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

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