York Medical Society was founded in 1832 for “the purpose of promoting and diffusing medical knowledge”. Over the many years since, many distinguished doctors have been members and given lectures to the Society. The Society has its own rooms within a beautiful Grade II listed building in Stonegate in the heart of the City of York, and today provides a unique location for topical lectures, events, conferences and wedding receptions.
Who we are
Founded in 1832 the society is made up of doctors from the York area meeting regularly for education, entertainment, and networking opportunities.
Membership is open to local doctors and medical students.
Events for members in our rooms as well as social events.
Our historic rooms and gardens are open for hire for conferences, meetings and social events including wedding receptions.
However we are still having to cope with considerable Covid-related disruption. 23 Stonegate remains closed for anything other than essential maintenance and the collection of wine from the cellars. Our talks are all still taking place but completely on-line now,...
message from our president - Dr Jonathan Evans, MBBS, MRCGP
I trust that you will find an interesting mix of topics and speakers; covering, as they do, a range of subjects and bringing a wealth of expertise to the Society.
Our fortnightly meetings are relaxed, informative and fun.
Dr Jonathan Evans,
Dr Stuart Calder
Trustee and licensee holder
Dr Mark Roman
Mrs Sarah Anderson
Dr John Reid
Professor Barry Wright
Dr Judith Boffa
Dr Kathryn Griffin
Dr Barbara Adams
Dr Sarah Watson
Dr Jonathan Evans
Dr Susan Reaney
Dr Tim Hughes
Mr David Pring
Hon Curator of Instruments
Professor Jim Drife