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           Fellowship Program in Medical Toxicology          

Important point #1 Understand that the fellows in this program are Parkland houseofficers and are full time employees of Parkland graduate education. Thus, a fellow does not need to do “time” in his/her primary training, such as emergency medicine, to “pay for the fellowship.” A fellow may “moonlight” if he/she is in good standing in the fellowship to maintain skills inhis/her primary specialty and any money made doing so is in addition to his/her pay for the fellowship. 


Important point #2 – you can come from any medical background and do our fellowship; you do not have to be from an emergency medicine background. While most of our graduates have come from an emergency medicine background, we have also trained those who are from Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Occupational Medicine, and Preventive Medicine.

The Toxicology Fellowship Program consists of various parts. This section introduces you to what to expect within the toxicology fellowship program.  It also providesinformation on salary and benefits.  The program focus during the first year is on delivery of patient care through the toxicology service.  Opportunities for patient occupational care also begin.  Fellows begin to have their introduction to research methodology and begin projects.  The second year fellows have increased teachingresponsibilities. 



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