The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London

COVID-19 Crisis.

We are operating in line with Government guidelines, please keep an eye on the website and Events Programme for updates!

COV-19 REFERENCE GUIDE IS AVAILABLE ON THE CONFLICT & CATASTROPHE COURSE PAGE


The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries lies at the heart of the early foundations of modern-day medicine and remains an important, active and innovative medical institution today. The Society plays a key role in the advancement of specialist areas of medicine, and in the ongoing post-graduate education and qualification of practitioners.

Steeped in history and tradition, the Society was founded by Royal Charter in 1617 and is one of the few livery companies in the City of London to remain professionally based with over 85 per cent of its membership belonging to professions allied to medicine.


Heritage

Events & Venue Hire

Education


The Master's Fund - our Charity

We support students in financial distress through no fault of their own at every medical school in England and Wales, and at some schools of pharmacy.

Other minor grants are given to City of London and related charities. We do not usually accept unsolicited requests for support.
For more information about how to support The Master’s Fund, please click here.


Barks, Berries & Bitter Pills 2021

A one day symposium held on Thursday, 6 May 2021. This event was jointly run with Friend of the Archives. Thank you to all of our speakers; Dr Noel Snell, Professor Michael Heinrich, Professor Mark Nesbitt, Kim Walker, Dr Yewande Okuleye, Dr John Ford, Janet Payne and Nicholas Wood. Thank you to Dr William Parker […]