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  1. PCMS members gathered on Thursday, August 17 to share a perfect Pacific Northwest summer evening at Titlow Lodge and Park in Tacoma.  A prime purpose of the evening was also to welcome PCMS Medical Residen

  2. PCMS Executive Director Bruce Ehrle has assumed the duties of President of Pierce County Project Access for a two-year term that began today, September 27, 2017.  

  3. The Nominating Committee of the Pierce County Medical Society respectfully puts forth the following slate of candidates for positions due for election to the PCMS Board of Trustees:

  4. PCMS Member Mark Grubb, MD of Woodcreek Healthcare began his tenure today as the new Chair of the PCMS Public Health School Health Committee, taking over those duties from Dr. Sara Scranton of Pediatrics Northwest.  Dr. Larry Larson, also of Pediatrics Northwest, had been Chair for many years prior to Dr. Scranton.

  5. Bruce Ehrle serves as Executive Director of the Pierce County Medical Society, managing all aspects of Society activities and operations.  He has long ties to the Pacific Northwest having been on the staff of Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon in a senior capacity on Capitol Hill for over a decade.  Bruce also assisted with Wyden’s first run for the US

  6. Active Members

    To be an active member of PCMS, you must:

    • Hold the degree of MD or DO from an approved teaching institution

    • Hold a license to practice medicine in the State of Washington

    • Reside or practice in Pierce County or a neighboring county

  7. Dues amounts for PCMS are:

  8. Pierce County Medical Society
    223 Tacoma Avenue South
    Tacoma, WA 98402-2523

  9. The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Pierce County Medical Society was conducted during the evening of December 6 at the Tacoma Country and Golf Club. 

  10. The Pierce County Medical Society celebrates its 130th birthday in 2018.  It is an indication of the longevity of the physician profession in our community, in our nation, and in our civilization that PCMS was fou