Dr. David Vearrier is board-certified in occupational medicine, medical toxicology, and emergency medicine. He is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and serves as core faculty for an Emergency Medicine residency and is the Program Director for a Medical Toxicology fellowship. Dr. Vearrier is core faculty for an Occupational Medicine residency and is the developer and course director for Occupational & Environmental Toxicology for the residency. He also serves as a consultant for a Regional Poison Control Center. He sees patients at the bedside as both a medical toxicologist and an emergency physician.
Dr. Vearrier was certified as a Medical Review Officer in 2009 by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council and has reviewed thousands of DOT and non-DOT drug tests. He has published several peer-reviewed papers and abstracts dealing with testing for drugs of abuse.
Dr. Vearrier is very active in academic endeavors having published numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, serving as a peer reviewer for journals in the occupational medicine and medical toxicology fields, and serving as a Chief Editor at Medscape. Dr. Vearrier is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, the American College of Medical Toxicology, and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. He serves as the Chairman of the Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Section of American Academy of Clinical Toxicology.