Last Updated: Oct 1, 2018
Pennsylvania's medical marijuana law mandates the creation of a practitioner registry for physicians who wish to participate in the state’s medical marijuana program and certify patients for medical marijuana eligibility. A practitioner registry is available online for physicians to submit their names to be considered for the Program.
Physicians should be aware that participation in the Medical Marijuana Program is voluntary. And, physicians who do choose to participate can opt out of having their names included in the public list of approved practitioners.
Here are 6 things to know about the registry, including what physicians need to do to qualify for the medical marijuana program and how to opt out of the public list of practitioners:
DOH offers more information on the medical marijuana program online here.
PAMED members can also find fact sheets and FAQs on medical marijuana, including details on temporary regulations for physicians, at www.pamedsoc.org/MedMarijuana.
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