We provide them for free, for all patients. A designated provider contract is a legal agreement between an authorized patient and a designated person “a provider”, who will be providing medicine for the patient by growing and supplying.
This is our most common question and regretfully, we do turn away many patients because these are not qualifying conditions. However, these conditions may have symptoms, in rare circumstances, that still qualify a patient. Please contact us to further discuss your condition confidentially with the doctor.
Yes. All patients must be legally residing in Washington State – hence why we strongly require a Washington State form of ID during every appointment.
Your medical cannabis authorization with us is good anywhere within Washington State. A Washington State authorization will not protect you in Oregon, or California, or any other state, as these states have their own medical cannabis patient laws and have their own authorization.
Many patients do not grow their own medicine and visit access points (dispensaries). You will need to present an original copy of your authorization (we will have provided you with three) and your current, valid, Washington State ID or Driver’s License for identity purposes. The collective will verify you by either utilizing our online system or depending on store policy, may call us directly to verify and in this case, we would be glad to do so. We verify 24/7 online and by phone.
Green Medical Group does not sell medical cannabis and has no medicine on-site or in any clinics it operates.