Emergency Medicine

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Medical College of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency ProgramAn elective rotation in toxicology offers emergency medicine residents an opportunity to become versed in all aspects of adult and pediatric injuries and illnesses caused by intentional and/or accidental poisonings. Residents treat drug overdoses, suicide attempts, environmental and occupational hazards, plant and animal toxins, and potentially bioterrorism.  The skills and knowledge acquired in this rotation are pertinent to the EM board examination.

Residents can opt for a two, three or four week rotation in clinical toxicology.  And we learn from the best.  Two faculty members are board-certified toxicologists, a rare distinction in the nation. In addition to didactic training and research, residents complete bedside toxicology consults at Froedtert and Children's Hospitals. 

In addition, we have exposure to consultations throughout the state with Wisconsin's only poison center.  Each year, the Poison Center receives more than 58,000 calls for phone consults.

Medical College of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Contact Information

Edward Callahan, MD, MS
Program Director

Colleen Crowe, MD
Associate Program Director

Alicia Pilarski, DO
Assistant Program Director

Jill Simonson, BA, C-TAGME
Program Manager
(414) 805-6455

Jennifer Myszkowski
Administrative Associate

Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin
Department of Emergency Medicine
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI  53226
(414) 805-6450

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