Welcome to Mayfair DiagnosticsRiley Park
Service changes to help blunt the spread of Novel Coronavirus:
- Patients are required to wear surgical-type masks at all times while in our clinics to minimize the potential spread of infection from someone who is infected, and for those who may have COVID-19 before they experience symptoms themselves. If the mask you are wearing when you come for your appointment is not a surgical mask, we will provide you with one.
- We're offering reserved exam times (8 to 9:30 a.m., Monday to Friday), including walk-in X-ray, for vulnerable patients.
- Increased health and safety protocols are in place, including isolation areas for patients with cold or flu-like symptoms and/or risks of exposure.
- Patients will be asked screening questions at check-in.
If you live or work in downtown Calgary, the Kensington area or the North Hill Centre, our location in the beautiful community of Riley Park is the best place to come if you need an X-ray, ultrasound or pain therapy service. There are also many medical offices in our building which makes it easier for you to get from one appointment to another if you need to.
Hours Of Operation
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
X-RAY (WALK-IN) HOURS
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mayfair has increased health and safety precautions in light of COVID-19. Our clinics are slowly resuming regular operations, but some remain closed or at lower capacity. Learn more
HOW TO FIND US
We are located on the first floor of the Riley Park Health Centre building (old Grace Hospital Building), suite 110.
Parking for Mayfair Diagnostics patients is free in the surface lot in front of the Riley Park Health Centre building. Patients do not need to purchase parking from the payment booth. Please proceed to the clinic and register your licence plate at reception. Parking is covered for one hour at a time. Please let reception know if you require more time.
SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE
Erwin has been with Mayfair Diagnostics since 2015, and is an experienced multi-competency Ultrasound Technologist. Erwin completed his undergraduate education at McMaster University and pursued ultrasound at the Canadian National Institute of Health.