The Society considers itself to be the custodian of the heritage of medicine in NE Scotland with an extensive library of resources and collection of historical medical instruments and artefacts.
Education has a fundamental position in the activities of the Society. There is a programme of clinical and scientific lectures, held monthly throughout the academic year.
The Society provides the perfect platform to meet fellow medical professionals, hosting a number of events each year, including dinners and a calendar of sporting events.
What have the Romans really done for us?
Thursday, 03 November 2016
Dr Martin Pucci, Retired GP/VTS Trainer, Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Aberdeen & Author “What have the Romans really done for us?” Martin was born Montrose 1949 and bough...