Arkansas Radiological Society – Who We Are

The Arkansas Radiological Society is the State Chapter of the American College of Radiology (ACR).  Our Chapter is open to radiologists, radiation oncologists, and physicists practicing in the State of Arkansas.

The main purpose of our website is to to provide our members with information pertaining to radiological issues, such as legislative issues, education, radiological practice issues and members in training initiatives. Our site also includes Arkansas Chapter events, governance and membership.

Mark Your Calendars – Musculoskeletal Radiology 2024

The Arkansas Radiological Society encourages you to join us for our next Chapter Meeting. The meeting is scheduled for Saturday, April 6th at The Capital Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Guest Speaker
Mark Collins, MD – Mayo Clinic

Local Speakers
Roopa Ram, MD – Tarun Pandey, MD – Gitanjali Bajaj, MD

For More Information CLICK HERE

ACR’s College Nominating Committee New Member

Heartiest congratulations to Dr. Gwendolyn Bryant-Smith for being elected to the ACR’s College Nominating Committee. During her 2-year term on the CAC, Dr. Bryant-Smith will work with her fellow committee members to make recommendations for College elected and/or seated positions.

Gwendolyn Bryant-Smith MD, FACR

Mammography CME Toolkit

We are proud to announce the Mammography CME tool kit created by the Screening Leadership Group is now available for your use. The ACR strongly encourages all radiologists to download and use these materials.

Scott Ferguson, M.D., FACR Elected to Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association

Scott Ferguson, M.D.Dr. Ferguson is an Arkansas delegate to the American Medical Association and is a member of the AMA Council on Legislation. He is a past president of both the Arkansas and Crittenden County Medical Societies.

Dr. Ferguson has worked with organizations that help treat or cure breast cancer. He serves on the Arkansas Mammography Quality Assurance Board and was appointed to the FDA National Mammography Quality Assurance Committee in 2003 and served as Chairman in 2007. He has participated in the American Cancer Society’s screening program for the past 25 years and was chosen as the 2003 Heart Gala honoree. He is a Rotary Club Paul Harris Fellow.

Dr. Ferguson is a former chairman for the Crittenden County Election commission has served on Mid-America Arts Council, Fidelity National Bank Board and as a past Chairman of Delta Arts. Dr. Ferguson served on the Board of Directors of Methodist Healthcare Systems in Memphis for 9 years.