3D ultrasound Davenport


Featured city of the week of September 14 to September 19, 2009.

If you are from Davenport, IA, and you are pregnant, congratulations! Your city is the featured city at First Peek Ultrasound. During this week, you can receive a FREE 3D ultrasound (First Peek Package), a $99 value.

You also qualify for a free 3d ultrasound if you live in any of the five cities that make up the Quad Cities, which are: Davenport, IL; Rock Island, IL; Moline, IL;
East Moline, IL; and Bettendorf, IA.

If you live in the city that is featured and you are pregnant, all you have to do is call us, tell us that your city is featured as the city of the week, and we will book your appointment at an available time of your choice for any day this week. Or you can schedule online.

You must have a valid driver's license or library card of the featured city to qualify for the free 3d ultrasound.

If you live in a suburb of the featured city or in an immediate adjoining city, you may still qualify. Please email us to determine eligibility.

If you would like to have your city or small town featured on our website, please email us at firstpeek@oakparkultrasound.com with the name of your town and what makes your town interesting.

List of other featured cities in the past.

Coming from Davenport to get a 3D ultrasound?

First Peek Ultrasound is located just 3 hours from Davenport
in Oak Park, IL (240 miles). Our address is
    7121A W. North Ave.
    Oak Park, IL 60302.
Contact Us

Map to First Peek Ultrasound at 1100 Lake St., Suite LL39
Oak Park, IL 60302


Directions from Davenport
We are located just 15 minutes from downtown Chicago and 3 hours east of Davenport, IA.

When coming from Davenport, just take Brady St/US-61 north until you get to I-80E.
Take I-80E for 15 miles.
Merge onto I-88E and continue east on I-88 for 141 miles.
Merge onto 290E and continue east on 290 for another 4 or 5 miles.
Take the Harlem exit, exit number 21B. This exit will be on the left hand side of the highway.
Turn left on Harlem, going north, for 6 miles, until you reach Lake Street.
Make a right turn on Lake Street.
You will see the Shaker Building on your left-hand side. It is a large building with green awnings, located on Marion and Lake Street.

Note: Take the route using I-88E, not the route taking I-80E and 55N, in order to avoid the heavy traffic on 55N and Harlem Ave.

For Parking
Continue down Lake Street until you see the first traffic light, which is Marion Ave.
Make a left turn on Marion Ave (between Barbara's Bookstore and Chase Bank) and make a left turn into the Holly Court parking lot immediately behind the building.
Go past the metered parking spaces in the parking lot and enter the parking structure.
Parking is free for the first hour in this parking structure. Parking is only $1 for the hour after that.
You can enter the building from the back entrance.

Feel free to call us at 708-870-0808 for directions for your upcoming appointment at First Peek Ultrasound.

First Peek Ultrasound proudly serves Davenport, IA, and the rest of the Quad Cities. Come visit us and see for yourself why First Peek Ultrasound is Davenport's favorite 3D ultrasound studio.


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Davenport, Iowa, looking across the Mississippi River from Rock Island, Illinois.

Davenport, IA, is one of the five cities that make up the Quad Cities. The other cities include Rock Island, IL, Moline, IL, East Moline, IL, and Bettendorf, IA. The Quad Cities as a whole has a total population of approximately 377,000 people. The term Quad Cities is now technically a misnomer, as the area now includes five cities, each of which has a population of over 20,000, and many other contiguous or nearby communities. The first bridge to span the Mississippi River was a railroad bridge from Rock Island to Arsenal Island to Davenport, IA. Among many other things, Davenport has the unique honor of being the location where the first successful appendectomy (surgical removal of the appendix) was performed. This operation was performed in 1885, by Dr. William West Grant, on a 22-year-old woman named Mary Gartside.