Your Michigan Poison Center at the Wayne State University School of Medicine (MiPC) is dedicated to helping every member of our community with all poison-related emergencies and providing poison prevention education. Along with our hotline services, the MiPC is committed to raising awareness about poison-related issues through our education outreach programs.
Community education outreach is another way the MiPC connects with the public. Our goal is to inform health care providers, caregivers, patients of all ages, and all members of the community about poison prevention and what to do in cases of poisoning emergencies. Education staff with the MiPC are knowledgeable, experienced call center staff members and toxicologists.
Requests for poison prevention materials and educator presentations can also be made by calling the poison center hot line at 800-222-1222. Ask us about arranging remote education events for health care providers, educational institutions, human interest organizations, and other businesses.
For more information on carbon monoxoide safety, click on the Resources tab for updates from the CDC.
Keep medication and other substances and chemicals out of reach and sight of children and vulnerable adults! Click on the link below for medication safety tips for you home and away.
Learn more at Up and Away about medication safety for your home.
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The Michigan Poison Center will continue to update health care providers and the residents of Michigan about COVID-19.
For the State of Michigan COVID-19 hotline call 1-888-535-6136.
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