Job Summary: The Specialist in Poison Information will be responsible for providing toxicological management information to health care providers and to the public over the telephone; following up information/support to potential symptomatic home cases, patients evaluated/treated or admitted to a healthcare facility; participating in research projects and professional educational programs to include: new employees, students, residents, hospital staff; other duties as assigned.
NYS licensed/registered (or eligible) Registered Nurse with a Bachelors degree in Nursing and a minimum of 1 year hospital-based ICU, ED or Medical Surgery nursing experience or Associates degree in Nursing and 3 years of hospital-based ICU or ED or Medical Surgery nursing required. *Will also consider a NYS licensed/registered (or eligible) Pharmacist, Physician, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician Assistant with prior hospital based experience required.
Prior pharmacology experience preferred.
Rotating evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays
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Location/Region: Syracuse, NY