The Pennsylvania Radiological Society exists as a state chapter of the American College of Radiology. We are one of the country’s largest organized state chapters boasting nearly 1700 physician members.
This page identifies seven areas of organization and concentrated by our organization for the benefit of our members. We encourage you to click on these areas to see what we offer to members.
Annual training CME credits
Each year the Society holds its Annual Meeting, alternating between the Eastern and Western parts of the state, in Philadephia and Pittsburgh.
Radiological Resident and Fellows activities
Fostering citizenship and participation in organized Radiology among our Residents and Fellows forms a critical part of the Society’s mission.
Legislative advocacy in Washington and Harrisburg
Each spring residents have the opportunity to participate in the ‘Day on The Hill’ with ACR’s federal affairs office.
Participation in National College (ACR) activities in Washington, D.C.
Every year your representatives from Pennsylvania join colleagues from all parts of the United States (including Territories) to help shape national policy…
Building leadership skills through board participation
Members are encouraged to play an active role in the state Society. Each year the PRS Nominating Committee reviews this interest and makes recommendations…
Sponsoring and mentoring members into Fellowship
The professional designation of “Fellow” in the American College of Radiology is one of the highest honors bestowed on a radiologist.
Camaraderie and encouraging new members
In addition to doing rewarding work, the PRS provides opportunities to meet amazing radiologists from across the State.