Washington Medical Marijuana Doctors
Washington Department of Health -Medical Marijuana Program
PO Box 47866
Olympia, WA 98504-7866
Website: Washington Medical Marijuana Program
Note from Washington State acceptable sources for medical marijuana:
“Current Washington law provides an affirmative defense to criminal prosecution if a qualified patient or designated provider possesses up to 24 ounces of useable marijuana or 15 marijuana plants, or participates in a collective garden. Patients and designated providers age 21 or older may purchase and possess marijuana through the recreational market but are subject to the limitations in chapter 69.50 RCW. Currently, any adult age 21 or older may buy any combination of the following from a licensed retail store:
One ounce of usable marijuana;
Sixteen ounces of marijuana-infused product in solid form;
Seventy-two ounces of marijuana-infused product in liquid form; or seven grams of marijuana concentrate
The laws relating to possession amounts for patients and designated providers will change on July 1, 2016… Beginning July 1, 2016, all non-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries must close down. However, medical marijuana patients can grow up to 15 plants if authorized by healthcare practitioner,” Medical Marijuana Other Frequently Asked Questions [Accessed March 01, 2016]
* Please note: No Washington medical marijuana patient registry has been established, however on July 01, 2016, the Cannabis Protection Act becomes effective, implementing a voluntary state patient authorization database. Effective July 01, 2016, those individuals who have registered with the Medical Marijuana Authorization Database will receive a recognition card, also known as a medical marijuana card / cannabis I.D. card.
Washington Medical Marijuana Program: Information
The Department of Health’s role will be to determine the rules for the Consultant Certification Program, Authorization Database, and Product Compliance; in addition to consulting with the Liquor and Cannabis Board about medical marijuana endorsement requirements for retail stores; develop and approve the continuing education material for health practitioners who choose to authorize the medical use of marijuana; and make recommendations to the legislature on the specific requirements for establishing medical marijuana speciality clinics, and the rescheduling of cannabis.
Washington Medical Marijuana Telemedicine Services Online
Qualified patients in Washington may choose to see a marijuana doctor online instead of in-person, using the telemedicine portal, provided that a medical marijuana telemedicine doctor first establish a bonafide relationship with the patient in-person, after which all follow-up visits may be conducted via medical marijuana telemedicine services, online.