This assembled group of currently practicing and retired physicians is self-organized and meets monthly to participate in a rich and diverse program of presentations offered at the King County Medical Society building at 200 Broadway.
The Historical Committee offers luncheon interest group meetings and ample time for conversation among members with shared interests. The Committee prides itself in fostering a congenial environment for the presentation of scholarly work and for discussion and debate. The Committee recognizes and encourages historical, current and future medical research and interpretation of the highest quality medical practice.
Speakers from various fields present at the Committee’s monthly luncheon meetings to talk about various topics in healthcare and research from the past, present, and near future. Lunch included! Past topics have included: “Surgery in Wartime Iraq”, “Forged by the Knife: The Experience of Surgical Residency from the Perspective of a Woman of Color”, and “Genome Therapy”. These talks and luncheons are not exclusive to the members of the committee; any members of King County Medical Society may attend!