The North Carolina Radiological Society is the statewide professional organization representing Radiology. The NCRS is a chapter of the American College of Radiology. The NCRS advocates for excellence in Radiology practices. It encourages its members to actively represent Radiology in their communities, their hospitals, their professional societies, and through political involvement.
The NCRS actively represents its members within the North Carolina Medical Society, in North Carolina legislative and regulatory matters, in the North Carolina Medicare Advisory Committee, and in third party payor issues. It sponsors educational activities in conjunction with its own Spring and Fall meetings, and sponsors weekend CME courses in Mammography and Vascular Ultrasound designed to facilitate accreditation requirements.
To join the North Carolina Radiological Society, you must be certified by the American Board of Radiology.
There are many benefits to being a member of the North Carolina Radiological Society, a Chapter of the American College of Radiology. As a member, your ideas, concerns, and interests are collectively pooled with your colleagues in North Carolina and presented in a united, coherent message to the state government and to the national organization.