Like nunza is saying you can do it with Netcare if you will be giving birth at a Netcare facility. Otherwise you can go on www.4dscan.co.za and look for your closest facility. They charge R850 the 1st time and thereafter R650.
At Netcare, we know what a momentous occasion the birth of your child is. Our Maternity Passport offers a comprehensive range of ante-natal, post-natal and baby-wellness benefits.
The Netcare maternity passport offers a comprehensive range of antenatal and postnatal benefits for you and your baby. A Netcare maternity passport will be issued when you book your delivery in a Netcare hospital and pay the hospital’s bed booking fee. Terms and conditions apply, which may differ from hospital to hospital.
The passport offers the following benefits:
Free 4D scan
You can book for a free 4D scan to be done between 27 and 30 weeks of pregnancy. The hospital’s reception staff will assist you with arrangements. The 4D scan is not a diagnostic scan nor is it a scan to confirm the sex of your baby.
Netcare baby gift bag
The bag contains the Netcare emergency and safety guide dealing with babies and children, various product samples and ample information to assist you on this new journey.
Baby photo on the Netcute portal
With your consent, your baby’s photo will be published on the Netcute portal on the Netcare website for a period of one month, introducing your new baby to family and friends irrespective of where they live.
First baby immunisations at the hospital
With your consent, your baby’s first immunisations (BCG and polio) will be administered free of charge before discharge from hospital.
First baby check-up at two weeks
Your baby’s developmental milestones will be assessed at no charge.
Netcare 911 registration for 18 months
This includes access to Netcare’s 24 hour advice line and select emergency medical services.