The San Francisco Bay Radiological Society (SFBRS) was created to bring local radiologists together to share knowledge, interact socially and give them a voice in government, allowing them to relate problems and issues to legislative and regulatory policy makers. Members work together in an environment designed to encompass all areas having a potential impact on radiology both locally and nationally.
SFBRS members and their concerns are represented through the California Radiological Society (CRS) at the State Capitol in Sacramento. The CRS is a chapter of the American College of Radiology (ACR) and serves as a focal point for interaction with other local component societies.
Benefits include educational meetings, interaction with and access to your local colleagues in radiology, and awareness of the various issues that impact on the practice of radiology.
2013 Member Dues:
Practicing Physician: $50
Member in Training: Free