The Toxicology Division is well integrated to patient care, physician education, and hospital administration. The division provides bedside consultation service, offering care for a wide scope of clinical poisonings including drug overdoses, drug interactions, toxic environmental exposures and envenomations. The division is invested in education and research projects that advance toxicology and emergency medicine internationally and has participated in several conferences in Latin America as a representative of the Mount Sinai program. The division has been recognized by the residency with three teaching awards in the past 5 years for its bedside teaching and its comprehensive lecture series. As part of the Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee, the division works with the rest of the hospital to select its formulary and to limit pharmaceutical errors. The division works closely with the NYPCC and participates in their monthly Consultants’ Conference and their annual Intensive Review Course every March. In collaboration with the NYPCC, the division is studying differences in clinical management of the poisoned patient amongst different medical specialties. Other research interests include innovative treatment approaches to alcohol withdrawal and the prophylactic treatment to prevent post traumatic stress syndrome.