How do I qualify for a Marijuana License or Card?
Colorado requires that patients seeking to register with the Colorado MMJ Registry must first have a Colorado medical marijuana doctor (MD) recommendation to legally use medical marijuana. The doctor must complete and sign a physician certification form for the patient. The patient must also submit a $90 fee to apply for the card. At Colorado MMJ Doctors We are accustomed to the number of reasons that an application may or may not be accepted or denied. Our gracious staff members will guide you through the entire application and registration process, and help you familiarize yourself with all Colorado medical marijuana laws and regulations.
For those potential medical marijuana patients seeking to obtain an MMJ card, knowing which conditions are accepted by the state for medical cannabis use is very important. A detailed list of the conditions accepted by the state for medical marijuana use can also be found on the Colorado State website but may include such conditions as chronic pain, chronic nausea, severe muscle spasms, AIDS, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, cachexia, epilepsy and glaucoma. Doing the proper research ahead of time will save the patient valuable time in reaching their goal of seeing a MMJ recommending doctor and obtaining a marijuana license. We have knowledgeable registration aids on location to assist with the application process including paperwork and notary stamps.
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How Do I Choose a Medical Marijuana Doctor?
First, it is important to note that not all doctors will be willing to recommend medical marijuana to their patients. The number one task for a potential MMJ patient is to visit with a physician that the patient not only feels comfortable with, but who will also be willing to provide the patient with a medical marijuana recommendation. Remember, physicians in Colorado are not allowed to write a prescription for medical marijuana, but one can obtain a recommendation which will then be turned in with the patient’s application to the Medical Marijuana Registry. When seeking out a physician to recommend medical marijuana and apply for a medical marijuana license patients would be wise to do research on the process involved. The Colorado Medical Marijuana Registry will only be able to accept recommendations from physicians in good standing. Marijuana doctors must also have an unrestricted and active license to practice medicine in the state of Colorado. If a patient submits a recommendation with their application from a physician who does not meet this requirement, the application will be rejected.
A website is available to potential medical marijuana patients that can be used to check the status of the physician a patient is seeking out for recommendation. The following link is located on the Department of Regulatory Agencies website here . It is possible for potential MMJ patients to research by the physician’s name or license number. Make sure to check the third column marked ‘license status.’ Patients seeking medical marijuana recommendations must be aware that only an ‘active’ status will be accepted by the state of Colorado. Any limitations on a physician’s license such as ‘active with restrictions’ or ‘active with conditions’ will not be accepted and the patient’s application will be rejected. A recent change in Colorado law also states that physicians must have a valid DEA license on file. If this is not the case, the patient’s application will be rejected.
We have experienced medical marijuana doctors available to perform medical marijuana evaluations for qualified patients and write medical marijuana recommendations for new medical marijuana cards as well as MMJ card renewals. We offer a relaxing and welcoming environment and affordable pricing. We know that seeking out a marijuana doctor in Colorado can be a somewhat daunting task for anyone. Each Colorado MMJ Doctor Registration clinic has “active” medical doctors in “good standing” that have been practicing medicine in Colorado with “unrestricted licenses” for decades. We have highly trained marijuana license registration aids on location at each clinic to assist with the application paperwork and notary stamps. Call one of our booking representatives and set an appointment today!
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