252 Clayton Rd, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia
252 Clayton Road Clayton VI
Clothing Store, Store, Health
(03) 9544 6744
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Aman Singh said 4 years ago
They are lucky to get one star. Very very rude lady over the phone, trying to book for ultrasound and need bit information as this is our first time but she have no sense how to talk
Robyn Wells said 3 years ago
Baby Bears said 4 years ago
With four pregnancies we will Only use monash ultrasound. We've used different branches but happy with the service at all. Much more thourough than your standard imaging place due to specializing. What I particularly like is that the sonographers explain everything they are looking at it and don't just take the pictures / meausurements and put it in a report for your doctor. We have used their NIPT service 3 times and have had varying wait times from 5 days to 17 ( business days) - if not for the long wait for our last results I would give 5 stars.
Anson Weitu Li said 5 years ago
Bad Service, always makes mistakes in booking
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