Please be sure to renew your ACR/WSRS membership or join us if you haven’t already!

The ACR, with your Washington State chapter, is the only radiology organization that works to advocate the practice of radiology in the federal, state and local levels. During this time when there is constant pressure on the radiology field, radiologists need an organization to engage in the healthcare debate to promote and protect the future of radiology.

Highlights of ACR/WSRS membership include:

  • Be up-to-date on radiology trends with The Journal of the American College of Radiology and The ACR Bulletin
  • Maintain radiology awareness/knowledge and licensure with easy to access online information/education sources and CME using peer reviewed sources such as The Journal of the American College of Radiology, Case-in-Point and ACR Learning Files
  • Improve quality, efficiency, and professional satisfaction with ACR Practice Guidelines and Technical Standards, ACR Appropriateness Criteria and ACR National Radiology Data Registry.
  • Save money using the ACR Benefits Plus Program with discounts on car insurance, loan refinance, car rental and hotels

The ACR and WSRS have been successful because of the support of each member such as you.

To join or renew with the ACR/WSRS, visit the ACR membership application web page.

To find our more about membership eligibility, click here 

You can also renew and update your practice and contact information by phone: (800) 347-7748  or contact the ACR membership staff via E-mail:

Membership fee can be tax deductible if your practice is able to deduct business expenses. That would be 34.45-41.05% savings depending on your tax bracket.

WSRS membership dues for 2024 are:

Regular Members$295.00
Medical Physicists$80.00
Military/VA/Public Health Service physicians$147.00
Radiation Oncologists$295.00
Allied Health$80.00
As Secondary Chapter$295.00
Phased-in dues early career physicians$50-75-100
Phased-in dues for early career physicists$20-$30-$50
Residents & Fellows (Members in Training)$0