About Arl Van Moore, MD, FACR
Arl Van Moore Jr, MD, FACR, is Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Strategic Radiology, with responsibility for the coalition’s strategic vision. He has had a long, luminary career in practice leadership and organized radiology. Dr. Moore is the former long-time President of Charlotte Radiology in Charlotte, North Carolina, past Chair of the American College of Radiology (ACR) Board of Chancellors, past President of the ACR, and has represented the ACR in the American Medical Association House of Delegates since 1996. Dr. Moore served as a nuclear engineer in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Service and is currently a clinical assistant professor of radiology at Duke University. He was awarded the ACR’s Gold Medal, the North Carolina ACR Chapter’s Silver Medal, and was inducted into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by the Governor of North Carolina.
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Dr. Moore and his wife, Marie celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this past November. Together, they have two children, Kimberly and Andrew, and one grandchild, Ember. Outside of work, Dr. Moore enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and traveling to new places. Paris has always been a favorite place to visit but high on their list right now is Antarctica. Also among his favorites, Dr. Moore and his wife enjoy French and Mediterranean cuisines rich with great culinary histories, and for Dr. Moore, a good cup of coffee is always a treat and has been a favorite since his early days in the Navy.
Prior to a career in radiology, Dr. Moore considered nuclear medicine but wanted more patient interaction, and also considered orthopedics, a form of hands-on practical engineering and problem solving. Radiology and interventional radiology turned out to be the perfect niche for a former engineer. Coming into radiology when CT and MR were literally in their infancies was a terrific opportunity, and IR experienced explosive growth as well.