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Appointments are required for all exams except X-ray, which is offered on a walk-in basis. Requisitions are required for every appointment.

X-ray

Please note, X-ray services are NOT offered at our  Southcentre and Sunpark locations.

X-rays are the most frequently used form of medical imaging. Conventional X-rays are performed for a variety of reasons, but are most commonly done to detect problems in the bones, such as fractures or evidence of arthritis in the joints, and in the chest, such as pneumonia.

An X-ray image is created when a small amount of radiation is passed through a body part. The image is produced as a result of the ways in which different internal structures absorb the radiation.

Service changes for Novel Coronavirus - To minimize their risk of exposure to COVID-19, we will be reserving our walk-in X-ray services during the times below for vulnerable patients.

Vulnerable patient X-ray times:

  • Castleridge and Mayfair Place – 7:30 to 9 a.m., Monday to Friday (all exams including walk-in X-ray)
  • Market Mall and Mahogany – 8 to 9:30 a.m., Monday to Friday (all exams including walk-in X-ray)
  • Crowfoot – 8 to 10 a.m., Monday to Friday (all exams including walk-in X-ray)
  • Regina – 8 to 10 a.m., Monday to Friday (all exams including walk-in X-ray)
  • South Calgary Health – no changes

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

  • X-ray services are offered at all clinic locations EXCEPT Southcentre and Sunpark.
  • X-ray services are offered on a walk-in basis with no appointment necessary. All patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Please tell your technologist if you are, or think you could be, pregnant. X-rays can harm your baby.
  • Please bring your requisition with you.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT YOUR EXAM

Click on your exam below to find out how to prepare, what happens during your exam and where it is offered.

Our Technology

The Digital Diagnostic X-ray system from Philips is a high performance X-ray room which expertly and comfortably performs multiple images on patients without the need for repositioning. It produces superior image quality and less radiation when compared to film. Our high quality machines are the same as those used in hospitals.