ACR chapters are important because they provide ACR members the opportunity to attend local meetings, connect with fellow radiologists and become radiology advocates at the grassroots level.
Members also receive opportunities to affect ACR national policy and procedures via the ACR Council and to provide input into the ACR Practice Parameters and Technical Guidelines.
54% — 20,816 Diagnostic Radiologists
3% — 1,182 Interventional Radiologists
2% — 962 Radiation Oncologists
.4% — 173 Nuclear Medicine Physicians
2% — 677 Medical Physicists
16% — 6,189 Retirees
23% — 8,759 Members-in-Training
Today there are 54 chapters, representing each of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Canada and the Council of Affiliated Regional Radiation Oncology Societies. Here you will find information about the ACR chapters and chapter membership.
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Chapter benefits are many, but a few of the more important things they do include providing professional involvement and educational opportunities, giving radiology a political voice in state and local government relations, and opening the door to opportunities for volunteerism and leadership development.
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Access resources to answer patient questions about medical imaging benefits and safety and build awareness about radiology with these free, downloadable materials.
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Chapters receive honors annually for excellence in the following areas:
Additionally, the Overall Excellence Award recognizes chapters with verified excellence in all award categories. Submit nominations and view past award winners.
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