At ultrasound centre Het Haagse Hof we provide you with the possibility to have your ultrasound scans done in a relaxed and calm atmosphere in which you can take your time to enjoy your soon-to-be-born baby. For this purpose we employ highly educated, professional sonographers. Het Haagse Hof has two separate clinics located in the HagaZiekenhuis (Hospital) and Gezondheidscentrum Calandria (Health Centre).
Het Haagse Hof has a team of professional sonographers at its disposal. They have acquired many years of experience in this field, both for medical and non-medical ultrasounds. Our assistants provide the team with support where needed. Take a look at our team here.
Quality is Het Haagse Hof’s absolute top priority. Our policy ensures this quality is always maintained when offering medical and non-medical, privately booked, ultrasound scans. A number of requirements to ensure the quality have been established for this purpose. View our quality policy here
Het Haagse Hof is an initiative of Stichting STBN in collaboration with the midwives in The Hague. Further, we also enjoy close working relationships with a number of hospitals in the The Hague area. View our collaborations.
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to you here at Het Haagse Hof for your medical or non-medical, privately-booked, ultrasound scans. The scans are conducted by appointment only at one of our locations in The Hague. We would like to provide you with a few tips in preparation for your appointment. View these tips here.
We are part of the Bewonder Bij Hallmark collective. The affiliated ultrasound centres offer a unified approach to maintaining the highest possible standard so you can expect the best non-medical, private ultrasounds in a relaxed atmosphere, fully focussed on your and your unborn child’s well-being. Would you like to find out more?
Our team at Het Haagse Hof are looking forward to welcoming you to one of the two centrally located centres in The Hague. You can meet your baby in a calm and relaxed atmosphere. Book an appointment now.