In January 1881, the members of the society edited the first issue of the ‘Hospital’ journal, a journal consisting of scientific addresses, appearing monthly and with a subscription-based distribution. It was the first scientific journal edited in Romania.
A key element in the development of the Society was the library: from a few issues of ‘Archives Physiologiques’, by the end of the year 1900, it had evolved into an exquisite library, owned by the Society.
In 1896 (21 years after its foundation), the Society was awarded the title of Moral and Legal Person by law, voted by the Romanian Parliament, and was promoted by King Carol I, in approval and appreciation of its activity.
In 1933, the Society achieved the first international student exchange: thus, through the Polish-Romanian Association of Warsaw, the exchange of five Romanian students with 5 Polish students was obtained.
The Society’s activity was suspended during the Second World War, but was not resumed after the end of the war, although the Society was not legally dissolved.