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At the end of the online application submission process, you will be directed to submit payment. Payment must be received with your application. Testing materials will be sent after payment is received (does not apply to accreditation in radiation oncology). Applications will not be processed and will expire if payment is not received within 55 days.


Paying by ACH

Please refer to the instructions and the reference information listed on your system-generated invoice to ensure that the appropriate modality number(s) receive credit for the payment. Payment by ACH is not currently available for radiation oncology. 


Paying by Check

Checks should be made out to the American College of Radiology. Please reference your ACR invoice number on the check or check stub and include the system-generated invoice with your payment. For radiation oncology: please reference your ACR FML number. If you are a new facility, you will not have an FML number assigned until your application is submitted. If you are already accredited, the FML will be on your (previous) final report.

 

Mail check payments to: 


For all programs except Radiation Oncology:
American College of Radiology
P.O. Box 412722
Boston, MA 02241-2722


For Radiation Oncology:
ACR
Attn: Radiation Oncology Accreditation
1891 Preston White Drive
Reston, VA 20191


For check payments, the online system will allow time for mailing so that your application does not expire. Please track your payment or contact your accounting department for the check number if you need to check status of payment.


Paying by Credit Card

Credit card payments are accepted using VISA, MasterCard, and American Express.


After clicking "submit" on the application, you will be redirected to PayPal to complete your payment. Enter the credit card number in the online system:




Revision History for this Article

Date

Section

Description of Revision(s)

12-12-19

All

Article created; FAQs incorporated; No criteria changes

3-30-2020PaymentAdded new ACH and check instructions




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