Harris Birthright Centre
What we do
The Harris Birthright Centre is a leading clinical unit and research centre for the assessment and treatment of unborn babies, caring for more than 10,000 patients each year. We see most patients within an hour of their arrival but the waiting time may sometimes be longer.
We routinely offer two ultrasound scans during pregnancy: one at 11-14 weeks and one between 20-23 weeks (the mid-pregnancy scan). Please print and complete the Scanning form and bring it with you when you come for your scan. You do not need to have a full bladder for these scans.
We encourage you bring a partner or supporter with you for your scans.
Preparing for your appointment
You do not need to have a full bladder for the antenatal scans.
Third floor, Golden Jubilee Wing, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
- Main Reception: +44 (0)20 3299 3246
Patient Information Leaflets
Conditions we treat
We offer the following:
- screening and prenatal diagnosis of foetal abnormalities
- foetal medicine
- screening for abnormalities, such as Down's syndrome and treatment of Rhesus disease
- nuchal translucency scanning
- foetal blood sampling
- embryo reduction
- treatment of twin transfusion syndrome
- insertion of shunts
- foetal intruterine transfusion
- miscarriage clinic
- surgical clinic
- renal clinic
- psychotherapy service.
Booking a patient at King's
For routine appointments call 020 3299 3246 and choose option 3, then option 1. Routine referral requests can also be faxed to 020 3299 3898.
For urgent (in the next 24 hours) appointments, call 020 3299 3246, choose option 3, followed by option 2.
For advice and guidance, call 020 3299 3246, choose option 3, then option 1.
There are no referral forms for this service.
Key Clinical Staff
|Prof Lindsey Allan||Consultant Fetal Cardiologist|
|Dr Sarah Bower||Consultant in Fetal Medicine|
|Dr Nicola Flack||Consultant in Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics|
|Dr Nick Kametas||Consultant in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics|
|Dr David Neehall||Research Fellow|
|Miss Meekai To||Consultant in fetal medicine and obstetrics|
|Miss Julie Webber||Specialist Midwife, Prenatal Diagnosis|
|Miss Alison Whitwham||Lead Midwife|