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Telemedicine appointments will be available for patients. You can conveniently schedule with a board-certified physician to get your health check. It is the first step to getting approved for a medical card in Alabama. You can also attend in-office appointments if you prefer.
The legalization of medical cannabis in Alabama was bipartisan. That means both parties supported the initiatives and helped move it through the House of Representatives and Senate. To get approved, you will need to show proof of diagnosis of one of the (16) qualifying health conditions.
Dispensaries are due to open in or after September 2022. There will be licenses issued to twelve (12) retail dispensaries in Alabama to start. While that is a small number of dispensaries in a state, patients will be able to purchase and possess up to seventy (70) single doses of medical cannabis.
What will patients need to do to apply for an Alabama medical card? You will need to have one of the sixteen (16) qualifying health conditions. You will also need to be eighteen (18) years of age or older. Legal guardians of minors, or senior adults will be able to apply to become a caregiver.
Get hooked up with a local dispensary after you get your card. A medical dispensary is a clinical environment, where every bud tender and helper is willing to share suggestions about cannabis strains. There are a variety of medical marijuana products that will be available. Learn what strains you should try for your unique symptoms.
You may have to search to find a doctor that will be willing to conduct your medical card health review in Alabama. That means picking up your phone or sending emails to doctor's offices. There is a faster and better way. Join the MarijuanaDoctors.com waitlist, and we'll immediately refer you to an Alabama physician.
Medical cannabis being an essential service in most states means patients get priority access to their favorite products.
Sometimes health conditions and symptoms can change quickly. Complete your health evaluation. Get your medical referral. Apply for your card! Talk to your referring physician about a treatment plan that may optimize pain relief and other wellness goals.
Don’t let your medical card expire. Be sure to schedule your renewal in advance to avoid any problems. Your card will have the expiration date clearly marked on it. If you let your Alabama medical card expire, you will have to apply all over again. And pay the fees, including registration.
Fill out the appointment request form. Just a few simple questions will help our providers determine if you qualify for medical marijuana in Alabama.
Connect with a provider whose specialty is relevant to your stated qualifying condition(s). Medical card applications will not be accepted until Septembe 2022. But you can be the first to get on a wait list.
Currently, telemedicine is permitted in Alabama. And there are no laws about a patient being required to see a physician in person first. But that could change by September 2022. There will be a rush to get physician appointments for health evaluations. BEAT THE RUSH! Pre-schedule your appointment now.
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