Member Benefits include:
General Member ($300.00 per year)
A general member is a physician who is certified by the American Board of Radiology, the American Osteopathic Board of Radiology or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or provides evidence of training, experience and certification judged to be equivalent by the Membership Committee. General members shall be engaged or interested in the practice of diagnostic ultrasound.
Transitional Member ($150.00 per year)
A transitional member is an individual who has completed a radiology residency program that is accredited by the American Council of Graduate Medical Education or equivalent organization during the previous year, or who has completed such a residency program immediately followed by a post-residency fellowship program during the previous year. Transitional members shall be engaged or interested in the practice of diagnostic ultrasound.
A member-in-training must be currently enrolled in a radiology residency or post-residency fellowship program that is approved by the Radiology Residency Review Committee of the American Council of Graduate Medical Education or an equivalent society. Training status must be verified by the program director. Members-in-training do not have the privilege of voting or holding elective office. Upon completion of their training, members-in-training will be offered transitional membership.
International Membership (USD $75.00)
An international member is a physician who provides evidence of certification as a radiologist similar to those from the United States or Canada (as approved by the membership committee), and who is engaged in the practice of ultrasound. International members may serve on committees and may vote on issues raised by the society.
International members must reside and practice outside North America.