The house of the Swedish Society of Medicine
A meeting place for doctors and members.
Unique premises for meetings and conference
The premises at Klara Östra Kyrkogata 10 in Stockholm were built for the Swedish Society of Medicine and have served as a meeting place for doctors and members since 1906. Nowadays, the assembly rooms inside the building are not only used by representatives of the healthcare sector. Organisations, authorities, companies and individuals with no connections with medicine can also hire the premises for conferences and receptions.
The Lecture Hall (200 pers), the Reading Room, the Library, and the Board Room (15 pers) are situated on the first floor. The third floor contains the Club Room (40 pers), Trafvenfelt (15 pers), Salongen (10 pers), and Grottan (6 pers).