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Licensed Hawaii medical marijuana doctors may write recommendations for severely ill people who will then be able to cultivate and consume medical marijuana for therapeutic purposes. The Hawaii Department of Health governs a registry for medical marijuana patients who must apply for an ID card. Designated caregivers and registered MMJ patients may cultivate up to seven cannabis plants — no maturity limit — or purchase medical marijuana from a dispensary licensed by Hawaii’s DOH.
After certifying a patient is suffering from a qualifying condition, the doctor can write a recommendation so the patient can obtain their registration card needed to cultivate or purchase medical marijuana in Hawaii.
Hawaii’s medical marijuana program differs slightly from other state programs because it allows Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) to write recommendations for potential medical cannabis patients. APRNs must use the same processes as Hawaii marijuana doctors to certify patients as eligible for MMJ.
In addition, APRNs must be able to show they have a valid Registered Nurse license number, and both APRNs and doctors must be registered with Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety to legally recommend controlled substances.
To qualify for a medical marijuana ID card in Hawaii, you must be diagnosed with one or more of the following diseases or disorders:
This is not an all-inclusive list, so Hawaii medical marijuana doctors and APRNs may also provide recommendations for any “debilitating or chronic medical conditions causing chronic nausea, pain, seizures or muscle spasms.”
All Hawaii medical marijuana doctors listed at MarijuanaDoctors.com have previously submitted an electronic signature agreement form to the Department of Health and have completed training modules necessary for certification as a Hawaiian MMJ doctor. They have also submitted a valid medical license number and controlled substance registration number.
A new online interface available to Hawaii marijuana doctors and APRNs allows them to review patient applications, return applications if corrections are needed and certify a patient’s medical condition online. In addition, doctors may also upload documentation on behalf of their patients.
We understand that medical marijuana patients want to find a Hawaii medical marijuana doctor nearest to their location to obtain a recommendation and their card as conveniently as possible. That’s why MarijuanaDoctors.com provides a searchable directory of MMJ doctors practicing on the Hawaiian Islands.
To access our complete list of Hawaii marijuana doctors and licensed dispensaries, please check MarijuanaDoctors.com for the latest information regarding certified MMJ physicians and marijuana dispensaries offering MMJ products. We also provide locations of practicing MMJ physicians, business hours, delivery information if applicable and reviews of marijuana doctors in Hawaii. MarijuanaDoctors.com is also one of the few MMJ resources providing telehealth services for people who need alternate methods of communicating with their physician.
If you have questions about the process of scheduling an appointment with a Hawaii marijuana doctor and applying for a MMJ card, please use our online submission form, and we will answer your question within 24 hours.