Employment and Toxicology Residency/Fellowship Training

Employment Opportunities at the Poison Center

(Note:  We do not have any positions open at this time, but will keep your information on file.)

Please forward all correspondence to Nicole Nichols

RN or Pharmacist

Are you burned out from the day-to-day bedside care? Are you ready for a challenge? Do you have a willingness to learn the concepts of poisoning and toxicology? The Florida Poison Information Center Jacksonville is looking for nurses or pharmacists to serve as a Specialist in Poison Information. ER or ICU experience a plus. Evening and night shift availability with flexible training times. Great benefit package.

Please contact Nicole Nichols (904) 244-4465.


Clinical Toxicology/Emergency Medicine
Residency-Fellowship Training
at the Poison Center

Clinical Toxicology/Emergency Medicine 2-year Fellowship

The Florida/USVI Poison Information Center-Jacksonville offers a 2-year Clinical Toxicology/Emergency Medicine Fellowhip for Pharmacists. We accept one fellow each year, as we have 2 positions that are staggered in enrollement. This program is specifically for PharmD graduates who have a significant interest in Toxicology and Emergency Medicine.  Although new PharmD graduates are welcome to apply, those applicants with a pharmacy residency are given preference during the selection process. Of our fellowhip graduates, approximately 50% have had a PGY1 residency prior to starting. The flier below provides a description of the program.

The Deadline for applications is January 10th.  The application packet must include:

  • Completed application cover page (Download Application Cover Page)

  • Current transcript from your college mailed/emailed directly to Poison Center

  • Three letters of recommendation. These can be emailed directly to Dr. Sollee. At least two of the letters should be obtained from rotation preceptors. (Download Recommendation Form)

  • A personal letter of interest from the applicant stating reasons for the fellowhip quest, long term goals. and reasons you should be considered for this position.

Applications will be reviewed and some applicants will be invited to attend an onsite, two-day interview.  This program does not participate in the ASHP Residency Match program.  However, our decision is often made prior to the deadline imposed for acceptance in the ASHP Match.

Please contact Dr. Dawn Sollee via email link if you have any questions concerning our program.

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