ACR membership is available to physicians who are certified in a radiological discipline, including nuclear medicine physicians, certified medical physicists and physicians and medical physicists who are practicing a radiological discipline and have completed an approved residency program and are otherwise eligible for membership as well as certain other categories of radiology professionals. Learn More »
Your annual ACR membership begins January 1 and ends December 31. Maintain your valuable member benefits and access to the ACR members-only section by renewing your membership today.
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Your membership expires every year on December 31. The College mails out invoices and accepts membership dues payments online. You may renew by check or credit card (VISA, MasterCard or American Express).
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It is important — now more than ever — to maintain your ACR membership. Within radiology, only the ACR is tackling head-on the issues that threaten our profession.
To reinstate your membership, call the ACR Membership Department at 1-800-347-7748 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACR has been a longtime supporter of the U.S. military and the individuals who provide support to the troops. To show our gratitude for the exceptional service these groups provide to the country, the College is pleased to announce that ACR members who are designated U.S. active duty military or physicians working for the USPHS or VA Hospitals are eligible for a 50% discount on their ACR membership dues.
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Check out the new and improved ACR Practice of Radiology Environment Database (PRED).