Thursday, December 1, 2022

Peek of Joy 3D Ultrasound and Spa Relocates to New Town

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JAMES CITY-Peek of Joy 3D Ultrasound and Spa has moved to New Town. The business, which was previously on McLaws Circle, is now located above Paul’s Deli & Neighborhood Restaurant on New Town Avenue.

Peek of Joy first opened in 2015. The business is co-owned by Dr. Crystal Crewe, Arleigh Hatcher, and Jimmy Tatum. Peek of Joy provides a variety of services for expectant mothers including 3D and 4D ultrasounds, heartbeat bears, and early detection gender blood testing.

“We are ecstatic to continue to offer our services to expectant moms and their families at our new location in New Town,” said Crewe in a release. “We take pride in offering kind, compassionate, and courteous services in order to provide all our customers with a memorable and positive experience.”

Appointments must be scheduled in advance by calling 757-345-5458 or online.

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