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The Utah Poison Control Center (UPCC) is a 24-hour resource for poison information and educational resources. We serve the state of Utah with immediate phone support in a poisoning crisis. The UPCC also serves health care professionals, pre-hospital providers, public health officials, and law enforcement. Our call center is staffed by certified, highly educated specialists to help you prevent poisonings and recover from poison related accidents.
What to Expect When Calling
- Exact name of the product
- Amount taken
- When the poisoning happened
- The age and weight of the poisoned person
- How the person is doing
- Phone number where you can be reached
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