Before World War II there was extensive exchange between the British and German medical professions. The idea for the Anglo-German Medical Society (AGMS) was born after 1945 in order to rebuild the professional and personal relationships that had significantly cooled between medical doctors of the two countries.
Achieving a ready exchange of ideas, knowledge and personnel has been the aim of the AGMS ever since its foundation in 1959.
The present membership is about 400, more or less equally divided between the British and the German Sections. The Society's main aims are as follows:
Please take a look at our calender showing various events that are organised by the Anglo-German Medical Society or by external organisations.
There are a number of translators that offer reductions for our members.