Kevin Baumgartner, MD

Assisstant Professor, Emergency Medicine: Medical Toxicology

Education

  • BS: With Distinction, With Departmental Honors, Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 2007-2011
  • MD: Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, Mo.

Training

  • Residency: Barnes Jewish Hospital/ Washington University School of Medicine- Emergency Medicine. 2015-2019
  • Medical Toxicology Fellowship- Washington University School of Medicine- Department of Emergency Medicine

Recent Publications

Baumgartner K and Devgun J. “Toxicology of medications for diabetes mellitus.” Crit Care Clin. 2021;37:577-589 

Baumgartner K and Mullins M. “Pediatric clonidine and guanfacine poisoning: a single-center retrospective review.” Toxicol Comm. 2021; 5(1):61-65 

Baumgartner K, Doering M, Schwarz E. “Vilazodone poisoning: a systematic review.” Clin Toxicol. 2020;58(5):360-7 

Baumgartner KT, Fishburn SJ, Mullins ME. “Current management of copperhead snakebites in Missouri.” MO Med. 2019 May-Jun;116(3):201-5 

Recent Speaking Events

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Fungus Among Us. Peoria & Springfield EM Residency Conferences, January 2021. 

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Fungus Among Us. WashU EM Residency Conference, November 2020 

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Pediatric Lead Poisoning. WashU Pediatrics Conference, November 2020. 

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue. WashU EM Residency Conference, August 2020. 

Kevin Baumgartner MD and Evan Schwarz MD. Toxicology for EMS. Missouri/Arkansas AirEvac. August 2020. 

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Better Know a Benzo. WashU EM Residency Conference, May 2020. 

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine. Peoria & Springfield EM Residency Conferences, April 2020.  

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine. Wash EM Residency Conference, March 2020.  

Brian Bausano MD, Kevin Baumgartner MD, Lindsay Wasser. Building a Boot Camp. Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) Academic Assembly, New York City, March 2020. 

Kevin Baumgartner MD. Too Much Iron in Your Blood. WashU EM Residency Conference, March 2020. 

Recent Editorial, Educational, and Service Work

Member, Editorial Board, Clinical ToxicologyMember, GRACE-4 Working Group on Non-Opioid

Substance Dependence, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM)

Co-Director, Introduction to Addiction Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine