Hampton Roads Ultrasound 

Call Us:  757-575-5460

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you abide by HIPPA rules and regulations?

Yes. Please see our HIPAA Agreement and Privacy Practices here.

What tests do you offer?

HRU performs a full range of obstetric, pelvic and general, abdominal and vascular ultrasound tests. Call 757-575-5460 today for a specific test request.

Where are studies performed?

HRU provides a comfortable, patient centered environment. We are conveniently located off Greenbrier Parkway, across from Greenbrier Mall in Chesapeake Virginia. We also provide onsite services for nursing homes and physician offices.

​​What can I expect from HRU?

HRU is dedicated to quality, and client satisfaction. You can expect nothing less than excellent service and fast, accurate results. We utilize the best in GE and Parks Doppler technology. Machines are calibrated and monitored by qualified biomedical technicians to ensure accuracy.  You can also expect streamlined scheduling, simply call us and we take care of everything.

How long will my test take?

Most test last about 10-30, more detailed exams may last as long as 90 minutes. Call for more details.

​Will my final reports be hard to obtain?

No. HRU has invested in industry leading PACS and EMR technology to streamline the reporting process. We will also fax reports if that is the referred method of receipt. 

I am a physician seeking to increase profitability of my practice how can you help?

HRU has provided onsite practice solutions to area physicians for over 10 years. Physicians have realized significant profits and enhanced patient care with our service model. Call today to learn more.

Will my ultrasound tell me if I have cancer?

Ultrasound is helpful in detecting masses that may or may not be cancerous. Some masses have characteristics that may suggest malignancy, however, CT/MRI and biopsy may be required to definitively diagnose cancer. Ultrasound will determine the presence or absence of a mass that needs to be further evaluated. These areas are often found even when no symptoms are present. Early detection helps improve survival outcomes.