ⓘ Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center

                                     

ⓘ Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center

Rocky Mountain Poison & Drug Safety, formerly Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, is a department within Denver Health Medical Center, an integrated health care organization based in Denver, Colorado.

Rocky mountain poison and drug safety provides specialized research, education, prevention and treatment services to meet the needs of public health, public institutions, and pharmaceutical and light industry. RMPDS employs more than 200 professionals of the industry, from medical information and personnel management of the contact center specialists in toxicology, and research experts.

In 1956 Dr. Winona Campbell, a pediatrician at Denver health, founded the rocky mountain poison and drug in the wardrobe Department of Pediatrics at Denver health.

                                     
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