Member Services Representation and Advocacy

2019 residents visit Temple University

2019 resident visit to the University of Pennsylvania

Federal legislation affecting radiology

The American College of Radiology maintains a federal legislative office in Washington, D.C. the Pennsylvania Radiological Society is in constant contact with this office and is a member of ACR’s State Legislative Affairs Committee. This membership allows our staff to share experiences with your colleagues from across the country.

ACR Position Statements

State legislation / regulation affecting radiology

One of the Society’s strongest and most active committees is the Legislative Affairs Committee. The Society maintains a constant presence in the state legislature and among all executive branch departments regulating radiologists.

2018 Resident's day in Harrisburg.

Resident’s days in Harrisburg

Resident’s Days in Harrisburg is a hugely successful program where up to three residents accompany our lobbyist in the capitol in Harrisburg. These days are filled with attendance at legislative committee meetings, touring the capitol and one on one meetings with legislators and senior staff.


Similar to the political action committee on the federal level the Pennsylvania Radiological Society maintains a political action committee at the state level. The committee reviews legislator’s records and commitment to the profession and supports those with your best interests in mind.

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ACR’s RADPAC is a bi-partisan political action committee that supports those who support radiology at the federal level.

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Represent the Society with the PA Medical Society

Pennsylvania Radiological Society members have the opportunity to serve in various positions in the Pennsylvania Medical Society (PMS).