Please join your colleagues for a fun social events! Watch your inbox for more YPS events coming soon!

Past events:

November 18th, 2023:

Flatstick Pub in South Lake Union

The WSRS Young Professional Section hosted a family-friendly event at Flatstick Pub. Good times were had by all while everyone enjoyed food, drinks, mini golf, and duffleboard. 

March, 2019: The Young Professional Section (YPS) of WSRS recently co-hosted a financial planning seminar on March 9th along with the Finity Group, a physician focused wealth management and strategic financial planning advisory. The dinner event was held at Ivar’s Salmon House in Seattle with focused presentations given by Finity advisors specifically tailored to the unique financial situation of young practicing Radiologists in the Pacific Northwest. The presented material was informative and thought provoking with ample opportunity for questions throughout. Given the success of this seminar, YPS plans to have other similar events in the future. Stay tuned!

December 15th: 
Flatstick Pub in the “Locks Room”
609 Westlake Ave North, Seattle, WA 98109
in Seattle’s South Lake Union district

January 2018:Gathering for the second WSRS YPS event since the group was established last year, young radiologists from the Puget Sound area met on a Saturday evening in late January to learn about financial planning from an expert, Brian Torgerson, CFP.The WSRS Young and Early Career Professionals Section (YPS) had a successful winter dinner event  focusing on the topic of financial planning for young physicians. The speaker was certified financial planner Brian Torgerson. Topics ranged from wealth planning and saving to disability and longer-term health insurance to estate planing.

 

 

 

September 2018: 
YPS members enjoyed a networking and social event at Art Marble 21. Radiologists from around the Puget Sound region enjoyed an afternoon of fun games, tasty food, refreshing beverages and making new friends. 

 

October 2017:

The inaugural event of the YPS was an escape room experience.  While the group didn’t manage to actually solve the puzzle and “escape”, a good time was had by all.