Your Experience

What to Expect

When stepping on to an Image Clear Ultrasound mobile medical unit, you may be surprised by how “at home” you feel.  The front of the unit is arranged with a couch and chair, just like in a living room.  The medical exam room is in the back of the unit and can be closed off with two doors to provide complete privacy.  The restroom is located between these two rooms.

A trained member of the mobile team will greet you.  She will collect some basic information from you required for medical services.

You will collect a urine sample in the restroom on board the mobile unit for the pregnancy test.

Interior Mobile Unit

If your pregnancy test is positive, the medical staff (a sonographer, RDMS, or a licensed nurse with training in ultrasound) will review your medical history with you and determine if you are eligible for an ultrasound at this visit. If eligible, she will perform an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy and to determine how far along you are. For more information on the kind of ultrasounds performed on the mobile, click here:

After your ultrasound, you will have opportunity to discuss all your options with the mobile staff.

Finally, you will receive a discharge plan with any “next steps” you need to complete.  For example, the staff

  • may ask you to return for a retest if your test was negative.
  • may ask you to return if you are too early in your pregnancy for an ultrasound.
  • can provide information, connections, and/or referrals to community organizations or governmental agencies in your area.
  • will recommend you schedule an appointment to have your pregnancy confirmed by a doctor.

Throughout your visit, you will be treated with dignity and respect.

HIPAA laws govern the confidentiality of your visit and personal information.

We will answer all your questions honestly.

You should expect your appointment to take 45 minutes to an hour.

ALL services are provided at no cost to you.

All services provided on an Image Clear Ultrasound mobile medical unit are free and confidential.
No insurance is required.

What You Should Know

  • All services are free and confidential
  • No insurance is needed
  • Photo ID is encouraged
  • Walk-ins are welcome
  • Mobile team includes a licensed, registered nurse with sonography training or a sonographer (RDMS)
  • Mobile team includes trained client advocates
  • Urine pregnancy test
  • Ultrasounds are typically offered from 6 to 13 weeks LMP, though this may vary by location
  • No gender reveals
  • Ultrasound photos provided
  • Options consultation provided
  • Non-judgmental and confidential services
  • Referrals to community agencies

All services provided on an Image Clear Ultrasound mobile medical unit are free and confidential.
No insurance is required.

Appointment Overview

  • Welcomed with a smile
  • General information taken
  • Pregnancy test
  • Medical history review
  • Pregnancy test results
  • Consultation
  • Discussion of resources needed
  • Ultrasound performed, if applicable
  • Ultrasound photos provided
  • Discharge with resource info
  • Follow up by phone or text
Interior Mobile Unit

What Clients Say

  • “The inside of the mobile is bigger than I thought!”
  • “I’m glad I came.”
  • “Can I come back?”
  • “I’m going to tell my friend/sister.”
  • “I remembered seeing the mobile here before, so I came today for a pregnancy test.”
  • “The referral resources you provided were helpful.”
  • “Professional”
  • “So helpful”

All Services Offered are Free

Pregnancy Testing, Ultrasound, and Community Referrals