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Omni Medical Services of Ohio

Transition

FROM AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSE to STATE CERTIFICATION

You have already formed a relationship with a state-licensed Omni physician.

Now your state-licensed Omni physician is also a state-certified medical marijuana physician.

Existing affirmative defense patients who wish access marijuana dispensaries in Ohio or Michigan must now obtain a new recommendation by a state-certified doctor and re-certification by the state of Ohio to obtain the new medical marijuana card.

  • An in-person visit with a certified physician is required at least once per year.
  • Certified physicians have access to the Patient Registry and will submit their recommendations for a patient to receive medical marijuana directly to the Patient Registry.
  • The physician will need the patient’s valid Ohio driver’s license, a valid Ohio identification card issued by the Ohio bureau of motor vehicles (BMV), or a valid United States passport.
  • A registered caregiver may possess and administer medical marijuana to patients with whom the caregiver’s registration is associated. The certified physician will need similar identification from a caregiver to establish their profile in the Patient Registry.
  • A certified physician can recommend up to a 90-day supply of medical marijuana with three refills (totaling up to 360-day supply if appropriate for the patient).

 

SOMETHING NEW

CAREGIVING STATE CERTIFICATION (In-Person or Over-The-Phone!)

You have a relationship with a state-certified patient with a recommendation to use marijuana from a licensed, state-certified physician.

Existing patients who may not have transportation or may not be ambulatory may now grant caregiver status to up to two persons so that they may access marijuana dispensaries. Caregiver status does not require qualifying conditions, but a caregiver must be associated with a certified patient. A physician must register the designated persons into the state database for them to receive the caregiver marijuana card. Registration can be done in person or other the phone.

  • Consultation with a state-certified physician is required at least once per year.
  • The physician will need the patient’s valid Ohio driver’s license, a valid Ohio identification card issued by the Ohio bureau of motor vehicles (BMV), or a valid United States passport.
  • A registered caregiver may possess and administer medical marijuana to patients with whom the caregiver’s registration is associated. The certified physician will need similar identification from a caregiver to establish their profile in the Patient Registry.
  • A certified physician can recommend up to a 90-day supply of medical marijuana with three refills (totaling up to 360-day supply if appropriate for the patient).

 

OMNI PATIENTS, CALL NOW TO GET STATE CERTIFIED & REGISTERED

888-470-0008 x4