ACMT has four affiliate programs: ToxIC, PEHSU, the Medical Toxicology Foundation, and The Journal of Medical Toxicology.
The Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC) is a unique multicenter toxico-surveillance and research network comprised of physicians specifically qualified in the field of medical toxicology. A majority of medical toxicology practices and training programs in the U.S. are active ToxIC participants. The ToxIC Data Registry is home to more than 50,000 medical toxicology cases including:
- North American Snakebite Registry
- Lipid Emulsion Therapy Registry
- Prescription Opioid Misuse Registry
- Pediatric Opioid and Marijuana Registry
- Natural Toxins Registry: Plant and Mushrooms
- Extracorporeal Therapy Registry
The Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units (PEHSU) form a respected network of experts in children's environmental health. The PEHSU Program was created to ensure that children and communities have access to, usually at no cost, special medical knowledge and resources for children faced with a health risk due to a natural or human-made environmental hazard. PEHSU is co-managed by ACMT and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Located throughout North America, PEHSU professionals provide quality medical consultation for health professionals, parents, caregivers, and patients. The program is dedicated to increasing environmental medicine knowledge among healthcare professionals around children’s environmental health by providing consultation and training. PEHSU also provide information and resources to school and community groups to help increase the public’s understanding of children's environmental health.