Emergency Medicine Clinical Services
Medical Toxicology is active in community and medical staff education and a clinical toxicology rotation is available to medical students and house staff. Medical Toxicology supports an inpatient clinical toxicology consult service at the department’s academic sites. Faculty members who are board-certified medical toxicologs operate this service.
iEMSC focuses on improving the quality of emergency care for children and seeks to integrate children’s interests into the existing EMS system. Faculty members in the Department of Emergency Medicine’s division of out-of-hospital care serve as the program directors and as members of the advisory board.
The Indiana Poison Center (IPC) is an independent, nonprofit agency providing coverage and services for the entire state of Indiana. It serves as both an emergency telephone service and an information resource center, available to the general public and health care professionals 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Faculty members in the Department of Emergency Medicine’s division of toxicology collaborates with the Indiana State Department of Health and IU Health staff to operate this Regional Poison Control Center.