My hospital made me pay £3 for my scan photos too. I asked for the amount of copies I wanted when I went in to have the scan. Then had to use a machine to purchase a little ticket afterwards for each of the pictures I wanted, both times I got 2 so that was £6. I would imagine if you want multiple copies you we need ample amounts of change as there was no change point at my hospital and doubt they'd have them there. Hope this helped
at mine they charge £3 for 3 pics .. the same 3 pics might i add the machine at mien gives change though. the machine was in the waiting room so i put my money in got my ticket and then handed it in when getting my scan
i think i have a weird hospital... we never had a machine! the scan person (i can't think of the proper name, baby brain! ) just gave the photos to reception and we was made to pay there.
(£3.50 for 1! they must make a fortune!)
my hospital is different, they give me free photos so i dont need to use a machine. that is only because i'm taking part in a research study though. i think usually theyre £5 for 3 but you get them at reception.
Its mad how it can vary so much between hospitals. Well at least i'm a bit better prepared now as i had no clue to begin with and I bet they do take quite a bit of money cause if its £3 a photo i'd quite happily pay £12 lol xx
My hospital charges £5 for two scan photos in a frame.
All we had to do was put the money in the machine and it would spit out a ticket (or however many you've paid for). Then give that ticket to the dude who does the scan, can never remember the professional name for them! Lol and she will print out as many as you have paid for.
I didn't have a clue what to do at my first scan appointment but luckily the machine was straight forward enough and also the scan dude person asks if you're wanting any photos . Sorry this is a bit of a rabble on but hope it helps xx
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