Network & Learn Through the Interactive Exhibit Hall: Central Ohio Poison & Thermo-Fisher Scientific Spotlight!

Ohio AAP held our first-ever virtual Annual Meeting on November 20-21, 2020. Not only did we have virtual education sessions, we were able to partner with 32 exhibitors to bring  our members and attendees an interactive networking experience with our industry friends. We would like to highlight each exhibitor in this and forthcoming issues of Ohio AAP Today. We also encourage you visit our virtual exhibit hall to learn more about the products and services that are useful for your practice.

Virtual Exhibit Hall

Exhibitor Spotlight!

  •  Central Ohio Poison : As one of only 55 American Association of Poison Control Regional Certified Centers, The Central Ohio Poison Center provides state-of-the-art poison prevention, assessment and treatment for 64 of Ohio’s 88 counties. The Center’s services are available to the public, medical professionals and industry and human service agencies. The Poison Center handles more than 42,000 poison exposure calls annually, and confidential, free emergency poisoning treatment advice is available to the public 24/7. The “Be Poison Smart!”® Program provides poison prevention education to health care providers, students, parents and the general public in cooperation with agencies such as the Ohio Department of Health, Head Start and the Ohio Hospital Association.
  • Thermo-Fisher Scientific: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is the world leader in serving science. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. We are the manufacturer of ImmunoCAP Specific IgE ™ blood testing, an aid in the clinical diagnosis of allergic diseases.

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