Seattle-King County Dental Society

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

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


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