Component Societies

Component societies are the foundation of the WSDA. They play an integral role in implementing state projects at the local level and in representing the dental profession in their communities. Components elect their own officers and are assured representation at the annual House of Delegates meeting.

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

Sunday
Jun212009

Pierce County Dental Society

President: Dr. Mostofa Norooz
314 S. Martin Luther King Way
#206
Tacoma, WA 98405
Phone:  (253) 383-3713 


Secretary: Dr. Michelle T. Green
5122 Olympic Dr NW #B-201
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Phone:  (253) 851-8151

Executive Director: Ms. Cheryl Jenkins
221 B Tacoma Ave S
Tacoma, WA 98402
Phone: (253) 272-9960
Fax: (253) 627-4001
Email: pcds@pcdentists.org
URL: www.pcdentists.org

 

Pierce County Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

County: Pierce

Pierce County Population: 700,820
Number of WSDA members: 384

All you have to do is look around Pierce County to see why it attracts so many visitors. Activities abound - from world-class restaurants, famous museums and galleries, renowned zoos, theaters, lakes, rivers, trails, shopping, and even Mt. Rainier, the tallest mountain in Washington and the largest volcano in the lower 48 states.

Pierce County is home to year-round snow, deep blue glaciers and elusive black bears. In the north, residents enjoy kayaking in the Puget Sound and getting acquainted with Commencement Bay on the Ruston Way Promenade where they find two miles of waterfront sidewalks.

Links: Pierce County Chamber of Commerce

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Jun212009

Seattle-King County Dental Society

President: Dr. Patrick E. Taylor
1800 116th Ave NE #202
Bellevue, WA 98004
Phone: (425) 454-4858

Secretary:
Dr. Megan L Mulligan

President-elect: Dr. Audrey K. Tatt
15419 NE 20th #206
Bellevue, WA 98007-3839
Phone: (425) 747-9840

Past President: Dr. Princy S. Rekhi
1080 Kirkland Ave NE
Renton, WA 98056
Phone: (425) 226-1422

Treasurer: Dr. Timothy A. Hess
1268 E Main St #3
Auburn, WA 98002
Phone: (253) 939-2424
 
Executive Director: Ms. Jennifer Freimund
2201 6th Ave #1210
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 448-6620
Fax: (206) 443-9308
E-mail: jennifer@skcds.com
URL: www.skcds.org

 

Seattle-King County Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

County: King

King County Population: 1,737,034
Number of WSDA members: 1,546

Seattle-King County is a landscape of mountains, water and city skyline all painted perfectly together in one view. Here, more than anywhere else in the world, the forefronts of technology and urban culture stand arm in arm with dramatic coastline and high alpine terrain.

The climate and style are decidedly comfortable. So, don’t believe what you hear: Seattle actually gets less rain per year than New York, Chicago, Miami or Atlanta. Winters are mild and summers are perfection, with persistent blue skies and temperatures that make air conditioning unnecessary. Snow is rare downtown, but a number of impressive ski areas, some less than an hour away, receive more of the white stuff than any region on Earth. The mild climate also makes activities like golfing, fishing, whale watching and hiking possible year round.

And in the shadow of the Space Needle, the monorail runs right through the undulating architecture of the Experience Music Project, an interactive journey to the soul of rock music. Seattle is also one of the few cities in the U.S. to boast a major opera, symphony and ballet company.

Links: Seattle's Convention & Visitors Bureau

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Jun212009

Snohomish County Dental Society

President: Dr. Serv S. Wahan
16708 Bothell-Everett Hwy #100
Mill Creek, WA  98102
(425) 743-0227

Secretary: Dr. Scott A. Westford
PO Box 5285
Everett, WA 98206
(425) 259-5188

Treasurer: Dr. Jason R. Bourne
815 State Ave #3
Marysville, WA 98270
(360) 659-0211

President-elect: Dr. Thomas M. Natale
14233 NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd
Woodinville, WA 98072
(425) 481-6685

Past President:  Dr. Marissa N. Bender
5017 196th St SW #202
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Phone: (425) 778-5665

Executive Director: Ms. Judy Bangs
1214 Alpine View Drive
Mount Vernon, WA 98274
Phone: 1 (844) 355-0519
Fax: (800) 365-8858
Email: scdentists@comcast.net
URL: www.scdentists.org

 

Snohomish County Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

County: Snohomish

Snohomish County Population: 606,024
Number of WSDA members: 307

Snohomish County is located in northwest Washington, nestled between the blue waters of Puget Sound and the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains. Just 15 miles north of Seattle, 100 miles south of Vancouver, and a short ferry ride away from the San Juan Islands or Olympic Peninsula, Snohomish County is ideally situated.

It boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the United States, forest and mountain wildlife sanctuaries, unlimited opportunities for outdoor fun and artistic pursuits, and the best coffee west of Italy. The economy thrives in large part to being the home of industry giants Boeing and Microsoft

Link: Snohomish County

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Jun212009

Spokane District Dental Society

President: Dr. Jared D. Evans
1327 N. Stanford Lane, Suite B
Liberty Lake, WA 99019
Phone: (509) 891-7070

Secretary-Treasurer: Dr. Jonathan Judd
1001 W Second
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: (509) 444-8200 

Past President: Dr. Chad P. Collins
322 W 7th Ave
Spokane, WA 99204-2504
Phone: (509) 624-2202

Executive Director:
Mrs. Wendy Johnson
23403 E Mission Ave., Suite 218
Liberty Lake, WA 99019
Phone: (509) 838-0436
Fax: (509) 838-5040
Email: wendy@spokanedentalsociety.org
Website: www.spokanedentalsociety.org

 

Spokane District Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

Counties: Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille, Lincoln, Spokane, Adams, and Whitman

Ferry County Population: 7,260
Stevens County Population: 40,066
Pend Oreille County Population: 11,732
Lincoln County Population: 10,184
Spokane County Population: 417,939
Adams County Population: 16,428
Whitman County Population: 40,740

Number of WSDA members: 372

County residents in the Spokane District Dental Society experience a multitude of activities and enjoy the area’s rich history. Here, the outdoors is in its most natural state - where towns are small and manmade attractions pale beside unspoiled wildlife, majestic mountains, rivers and lakes.

Whether you enjoy biking, hiking, birding, fishing, hunting, or water sports, the Spokane area is the perfect place to live and work. The North Pend Oreille Scenic Byway provides residents with an opportunity to experience the solitude of the Selkirk Mountains and to discover the legacy that local pioneers have left in this northeast corner of Washington state.

The city of Spokane, the heart of the Inland Northwest, encompasses Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana. The name comes from the Native American tribe that makes its home in this area and means "Children of the Sun," which is exactly what residents find in Spokane.

Links: Ferry County, Stevens County, Pend Oreille, Lincoln, Spokane, Adams, and Whitman

 

 

Sunday
Jun212009

Thurston-Mason Counties Dental Society

President: Dr. Benjamin D. Ruder
222 Lilly Rd NE
Olympia, WA 98506
Phone: (360) 459-5885

Secretary-Treasurer: Dr. Kyle H. Hackney
1051 SE Olympic Hwy S
Shelton, WA 98584
Phone:  (360) 426-1676 

Executive Secretary: Ms. Cindy Kramer
P.O. Box 12418
Olympia, WA 98508
Phone: (360) 956-0828
Fax: (360) 956-0825

Email: tmcdental@hotmail.com
www.TMCDental.org

 

Thurston-Mason Counties Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association

Counties: Mason and Thurston

Mason County Population: 49,405
Thurston County Population: 207,355
Number of WSDA members: 150

Surrounded by the Olympic Mountains to the west and situated along the shores of southern Puget Sound on the Kitsap Peninsula,Mason County has blue skies above and forest greenery almost everywhere you look. The inner banks of Hood Canal are a popular draw for all types of water recreation - shellfish gathering, fishing, boating, scuba-diving and swimming.

With its 350 miles of unspoiled, uncrowded shoreline, abundant shellfish, rural and relaxing communities and endless scenic, recreational and cultural activities, it's easy to see why people choose to live in Mason County.

Thurston County is located at the southern end of Puget Sound. Mount Rainier and the Cascade Mountains are nearby to the east, while Washington's Pacific Ocean Coast is just an hour's drive to the west. Thurston County is 60 miles south of Seattle, Washington and is 100 miles north of Portland, Oregon.

Nearly 100,000 residents live in the more urban north county areas in and around the cities of Lacey, Olympia and Tumwater.The rest live in and around the smaller towns of Bucoda, Tenino, Rainier and Yelm, and in the more rural areas of Thurston County. Thurston County is the eighth most populated county among Washington state's 39 counties and is among the fastest growing counties in the Pacific Northwest.

Links: Mason County and Thurston County

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Jun212009

Walla Walla Valley Dental Society

President: Dr. R. Graham McEntire
614 E Alder St #3
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 525-9474

Vice President: Dr. Kyle D. Sullivan
121 W Poplar St #A
Walla Walla, WA 98944
Phone: (509) 525-3522

Secretary-Treasurer:
Dr. Cecil S. Ash
312 S 3rd Ave
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 529-3760

 

Walla Walla Valley Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

Counties: Walla Walla, Columbia, Garfield, Asotin

Walla Walla County Population: 55,180
Columbia County Population: 4,064
Garfield County Population: 2,397
Asotin County Population: 20,551

Number of WSDA members: 46

Nestled at the foot of the Blue Mountains, this community is steeped in history and blessed with beauty. Walla Walla has often been called an "oasis in the desert" because of the abundance of trees in this generally arid region.

Variety is the key word to a bountiful lifestyle in these parts. Outdoor activities abound. Whether it’s camping, hiking, mountain-biking, snowmobiling, snow skiing, golfing, or picnicking and relaxing with the family, you’ll find just the perfect spot in the Walla Walla Valley.

The Walla Walla area is also home to more than 40 wineries and as many vineyards, whose operators work hand in hand to produce world class wines of exceptional character. Not surprisingly, agriculture is the dominant industry in the county, and within Walla Walla County are two of the world’s largest farms.

Along with agriculture, the influence of three hospitals, three colleges, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the Washington State Penitentiary, and urbanites fleeing the “big city” for a better quality of life have helped to stabilize the valley’s overall economy.

Links: Experience Washington and the Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Jun212009

Yakima Valley Dental Society

President: Dr. Ross D. Austin
6006 Summitview Ave
Yakima, WA 98908
Phone: (509) 965-0080

Vice President: Dr. Jessica L. Bremerman
401 Buster Rd
Toppenish, WA  98948
Phone:  (509) 865-1708

Secretary-Treasurer: Dr. Stephen J. Connell
314 S. 12th Ave
Yakima, WA  98902 

Yakima Valley Dental Society Demographics

If you’re a dental professional thinking about relocating to Washington state, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled some demographic information on all 17 component societies that together make up the Washington State Dental Association.

Counties: Kittitas, Yakima, Klickitat

Kittitas County Population: 33,362
Yakima County Population: 222,581
Klickitat County Population: 19,161

Number of WSDA members: 132

If you want one place in the Pacific Northwest that offers a diverse flavor of historical and cultural attractions, where you can pursue endless outdoor activities, then the Yakima Valley is the place for you. Located in south central Washington, Yakima Valley has miles of whitewater streams, numerous lakes, and is the gateway to the Columbia River and the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest.

Fishing, hunting, whitewater rafting, windsurfing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, berry and mushroom picking, and scenic tours provide outdoor recreation opportunities to thousands of travelers and visitors. The moderate climate makes the Yakima Valley a year-round outdoor recreation destination.

Yakima County itself ranks first in the United States in the number of all fruit trees. It produces more apples, mint, winter pears, and hops than any other county. Additional agricultural products include peaches, apricots, cherries, beef, and wheat, and award winning wines. Yakima County has surpassed Whatcom County as Washington's leading county for dairy production and cow numbers.

Links: Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce, Yakima County Chamber of Commerce, and Klickitat County Tourism

 

 

 

 

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