This is the only Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine in the United States to house training programs for both a combined residency in emergency medicine and pediatrics and a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship. The collaborative spirit, caliber of trainees, and dedication of faculty make IU School of Medicine an exciting place to work and learn.
Emergency Medicine Specialty Divisions
The academic divisions in the Department of Emergency Medicine support the department’s mission and provide outstanding training experiences for fellows, residents and medical students. Experienced academic faculty members lead divisions in the following areas: pediatric emergency medicine, medical toxicology, clinical ultrasound, clinical informatics and out-of-hospital care (EMS).
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
This specialty division provides care for patients with occupational and environmental poisoning at an outpatient neurotoxicology clinic and also teaches students and residents through a clinical rotation, trains PharmD students and physicians through a medical toxicology fellowship and oversees the medical care provided by the Indiana Poison Center,the only regional Poison Center in Indiana, serving more than seven million people.