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Our doctor can qualify patients to receive a 7-month marijuana / cannabis recommendation.
Dr. Davis currently has office hours planned for:
- FT. LAUDERDALE
- THE VILLAGES
The State of Florida recently passed a bill that immediately effected changes for medical marijuana growers, patients, and physicians alike. Here are a few of the changes to note:
- Telemedicine is now prohibited for MMJ recommendations; patients are now required to receive an in-person physical by the recommending physician
- 3-Month wait is no more - patients can now receive their medical marijuana recommendation in one visit
- State will set a max dosage for all patients; patient's MMJ doctor can apply to State for patient to exceed limit
- Patient medical conditions not specifically listed by the State ("Other" conditions) will need additional documentation
- Women are required to be pregnancy tested
- Patients still need an I.D. issued by the OCU in order to purchase MMJ products
That's right, es verdad! La Isla del Encanto has decided to give medical access to marijuana / cannabis treatment.
There are already three dispensaries in the San Juan area
Dispensaries in Puerto Rico Await Health Department Test Results to Open as New Governor Sworn in "Puerto Rico will have some of the most regulated medical bud under U.S. jurisdiction."
Read a September 2016 article written by Dr. Davis entitled 'Doctors Choose Optimism Despite Warning Signs' published in South Florida Hospital News / CannabisNewsFlorida.com.
The doctor asserts that, despite the many obstacles, physicians and other parties remain optimistic about the future of medical marijuana / cannabis in Florida.
Don't forget to Vote Yes on Amendment 2 in November if you support patient access to medical marijuana / cannabis.
Check out this September 14, 2016, article in Florida's WUFT News entitled Pot ‘Works Effectively As A Medicine,’ Says Gainesville’s First Marijuana Doc, where Doctor Justin Davis asserts the medical usefulness of medical marijuana / cannabis.
So far Facebook won't boost our posts and now Stripe (who puts the blame on Wells Fargo) says that they are dropping our account in 2 weeks.
Facebook, Wells Fargo, and Stripe, you should be ashamed for blocking patients from receiving and paying for medical treatment. The list is growing daily.