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Medical Director, Ontario Poison Centre
Hospital for Sick Children
Effective immediately a three-year contract position (.6 FTE) is available for a Medical Director, the Ontario Poison Centre at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), 555 University Ave., Toronto, ON which is an academic health science centre dedicated to the care of children; a fully affiliated hospital with the University of Toronto. See link below (job reference 17996)
Staff physician, Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology
The Hospital for Sick Children
Effective January 1, 2024, the Department of Paediatrics, Temerity Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto and the Division of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, at The Hospital for Sick Children, an academic health science centre dedicated exclusively to children, affiliated with the University of Toronto, is recruiting a full-time permanent staff physician. It is possible for this position to include a dual appointment in a second Division, either Paediatric Hospital Medicine or an alternative pediatric sub-specialty Division (cardiology, respirology, etc), based on the training and interest of the candidate.

The successful candidate’s role will involve provision of clinical care for children in both the Division of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology (majority), as well as their secondary Division based on their specialty training. In Clinical Pharmacology, the candidate will provide faculty oversight of an inpatient consult service and also an ambulatory drug adverse reaction and toxicology clinic. In Paediatric Hospital Medicine, the candidate will rotate between multiple service roles at the Hospital for Sick Children. In alternative sub-specialty Divisions, the clinical work will be dictated by a joint discussion between the candidate and the two Division heads. The successful candidate will also have time to pursue academic interests which can focus on any of the following: health professions education, quality improvement or clinical / translational research.

All candidates must be able to function proficiently in English, hold an MD, MBBS or equivalent thereto and be certified or eligible for certification by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or have comparable qualifications. Candidates must hold or be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. This position will remain open until filled.
Toxicology Management Specialist (PharmD SPI)
California Poison Control System
California Poison Control System is a multidisciplinary poison center team, which provides telephone advice and information across a broad spectrum of toxicology topics to the people and healthcare facilities of California.

The position is located at the Fresno/Madera Division. In a region that is culturally diverse and sophisticated, where residents enjoy small-town values with big city amenities in close proximity to world-renowned hiking, skiing, and coastal regions.

- PharmD
- California license
- Ability to work varying shifts including weekends and nights
- 2years of clinical or Poison Center experience
Link: PageType=JobDetails&partnerid=6495&siteid=5861&Areq=74084BR
Medical Toxicology faculty physician
Washington University School of Medicine
Faculty physician in the Division of Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine.
—toxicology consultations at BJH and SLCH
—tele-consults at Missouri Baptist Med Ctr
—supervise fellows, residents & students
—addiction medicine consultations at BJH.
—attending physician in weekly Toxicology Clinic
—attending physician in the Dept of Emergency Medicine
—excellent research support
Contact David Liss (Division Chief).
Director of Toxicology
Join the Core Faculty at Grand Strand Medical Center in Beautiful Myrtle Beach. With Jarratt Lark MD lead the basic and advanced Toxicology rotations for our ACGME accredited EM residency Program. Lvl 1 trauma. Stroke and Cardiac center. Only Peds ER in region.
We are blessed with lots of Environmental Tox and work closely with our Wilderness Med Fellowship
Interested? Can discuss informally with Jarratt at NACCT (843) 457-5337.
Medical Toxicologist and Emergency Physician
University of Rochester Medical Center
Staff med tox consultation service, fellow, resident, student educational responsibilities
Link: None
Medical Toxicologist, Arkansas Children's Hospital and University of Arkansas from Medical Sciences
UAMS and Arkansas Children's Hospital
Great opportunity to join a 25-year fully established, robust clinical pharmacology and toxicology service with four faculty. Assist in expansion of medical toxicology clinical services to the UAMS adult hospital with the mission of building an academic and collaborative medical toxicology program in collaboration with the Arkansas Poison Center. Numerous educational opportunities with a wide range of trainees, as well as research opportunities for individuals desiring to be innovative in promoting the advancement of medical toxicology. Pediatric training (hospitalist, PEM, general)with medical toxicology fellowship training preferred but persons with Emergency Medicine primary training are also encouraged to explore.
PhD Level Research Associate in Substance Use Epidemiology
American College of Medical Toxicology
The American College of Medical Toxicology’s (ACMT) Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC) Program seeks a PhD-Level Research Associate with a background in epidemiology, public health, pharmacology, and/or biostatistics. The Research Associate will provide assistance and support to the Research Director of ToxIC, a 40-site national multicenter poisoning surveillance and research program with current funding from NIH, FDA, and CDC. This person will directly oversee the statistical analyses for ACMT’s FDA-funded Drug Overdose Toxico-Surveillance (DOTS) Reporting Program. This individual will also be responsible for assisting with grant and/or business development for ToxIC, manuscript writing, statistical support, and design/implementation of epidemiological studies. This individual will have the opportunity to be part of a fast-paced, exciting work environment with multiple opportunities to publish and present scientific findings. This position is contingent upon renewal and continuation of grant funding.

Specialist in Poison Information
Indiana Poison Center
Looking for a part-time RN to join the Indiana Poison Center team! This is a 0.6 FTE (benefits eligible) position. Sign-on bonus and relocation incentives available :)
Link: None
National Capital Poison Center
Are you an exceptional CSPI? The National Capital Poison Center is hiring! Join us in Washington, DC and enjoy:
• Competitive base salaries plus differential for evenings, nights, and weekends
• EXCELLENT benefits provided by George Washington University
• Experienced, friendly, and welcoming staff
• Safe neighborhood, free parking, lots of natural light in your workspace, secure office
• Partial remote work opportunities
• Professional growth encouraged with an emphasis on continuing toxicology education
• Looking for mostly evenings with occasional rotation to nights
• Shifts are 8, 10, and 12 hours

Applicants must be licensed RNs or PharmDs.
For more information, contact:
Nicole Reid, RN, DABAT; Managing Director
National Capital Poison Center
Assistant Director
Florida/USVI Poison Information Center-Jacksonville
FPIC-Jax is looking to hire an ABAT or abat eligible pharmacist for our Assistant Director position. The Assistant Director actively participates in our toxicology service, educates rotators, and supervises our Specialists. Come join us in sunny Florida!
Clinical Supervisor, BC Drug & Poison Information Centre (DPIC)
BC Drug & Poison Information Centre - BC Centre for Disease Control
Reporting to the Operations Manager with a functional reporting relationship to the Medical Head, the Drug and Poison Information Centre (DPIC) Clinical Supervisor directs and supervises clinical service delivery of the Drug and Poison Information Centre. The Clinical Supervisor is accountable and responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality care through the provision of poison and drug information services. The Clinical Supervisor liaises with the BC Centre for Disease Control regarding the general operations of DPIC supervising designated staff, contributing to the hiring of new staff and overseeing training, and ensures ongoing improvement through quality initiatives and quality control management. The Clinical Supervisor liaises with designated educational institutions to coordinate educational commitments.
Medical Toxicologist and Emergency Physician
East Carolina University
Medical Toxicology Consultant and Emergency Physician at ECU Health, East Carolina University, Brody School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Medical Toxicology.
Link: None
Remote PRN CSPI at Florida Poison Info Center Tampa
Florida Posion Info Center Tampa
We are looking for a currently certified poison specialist to work remotely in a PRN capacity.

Work with a great team and enjoy the flexibility of working remote!
Link: None
SPI- RN or RPh
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
The Poison Control Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Fun, energetic Poison Center seeking to fill a position for Specialist in Poison Information (Pharmacist or Nurse).
The Poison Control Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is seeking a full time Specialist in Poison Information to join our staff here in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Applicants should be RN or PharmD. CSPI is preferred, but not necessary.
We offer a competitive salary, a great benefit package, flexible training, and a hybrid work schedule once fully trained. Position includes evenings, overnight shifts, and every third weekend. We are accredited by America’s Poison Centers with a dedicated staff who are 80% certified. Our staff and directors are active at the local, state, and national level. As part of a teaching hospital, our center is a rotation site for pharmacy and medical students, and residents.
Our Poison Center is located in the Roberts Center for Pediatric Research, located on the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) campus within the University City neighborhood. We are very close to The University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, and the University of The Sciences, and the Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania.
Serving as the cultural and economic heart of the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia is filled with opportunities to experience diverse cultures firsthand.
Philadelphia is strategically located close to the both the Jersey Shore, the Pocono Mountains, as well as a short drive, or train trip to NYC, Washington DC, or Baltimore.
Medical Toxicologist and Emergency Physician
UTHealth Houston
The UTHealth Houston Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking an emergency medicine and medical toxicology physician to join the Section of Medical Toxicology. Position includes the opportunity to expand and grow a bedside toxicology and addiction medicine consult service at Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center. Experience / interest in addiction medicine preferred. Ample toxicology educational opportunities are available through the UTHealth Houston Emergency Medicine residency program based at Memorial Hermann TMC and Harris Health LBJ Hospital.
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